AI and Scholarly Publishing

Friends:

the Scholarly Kitchen blog has a discussion by three experts on the effects of AI software programs on scholarly publishing.

"Guest Post – AI and Scholarly Publishing: A View from Three Expertsm" Anita de Waard, Jan 18, 2023.  At the end of the post there is a list of relevant AI programs such as Writefull that may be of interest

Bell on Luey, 'Handbook for Academic Authors: How to Navigate the Publishing Process, sixth edition'

Bell on Luey, 'Handbook for Academic Authors: How to Navigate the Publishing Process, sixth edition'

Discussion published by Dawn Durante on Wednesday, October 12, 2022

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Guest post from Feeding the Elephant: A Forum for Scholarly Communications.

Finding Joy in Open Access: Reflections from the Humanities Commons Team

Finding Joy in Open Access: Reflections from the Humanities Commons Team

Discussion published by Emily Joan Elliott on Monday, October 31, 2022

A crosspost on Feeding the Elephant: A Forum for Scholarly Communications from Platypus: The blog of the Humanities Commons Team.

Wiley plans to renegotiate its publishing agreements with scholarly societies

Friends:

The Scholarly Kitchen blog has a post today by antela Cochran entitled "The Beginning of the End of Publisher-Society Partner Contracts" 

The post discusses an initiative by the large publisher Wiley to change the terms that it offers to scholarly societies for publishing their journals.  The change will shift the financial risk further towards the societies. 

Below is an excerpt and a link to the full article:

The journal Science to increase public access to its articles

 
Friends:
 
On October 11, 2022, Nature published a post discussing the recent announcement by Science that authors will now be permitted to publish preprints of their articles online without being required to pay article processing charges (APCs). 
 
This follows the announcement by the Biden administration that federally-funded, peer-feviewed research must be made available in an agency-approved public repository without delay by 2026.
 
you can read more about the Science announcement at:<
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