Power, Profit, and Privilege: Problematizing Scholarly Publishing / Amanda Makula, 2022 was reviewed in the Journal of Open Educational Resources in Higher Education—OER Review: Power, Profit, and Privilege: Problematizing Scholarly Publishing by Chelsee Dickson.
Intersections of Scholarly Communication and Information Literacy
white paper focuses on
being "knowledgeable content consumers and content creators"
"new technologies and rights issues" and "non-textual content"
"new infrastructures for scholarship" and "creative approaches to teaching"
Are We Providing What Researchers Need in the Transition to Open Science?
Erika Pastrana, Editorial Director for the Nature Portfolio and Open Science lead at Springer Nature, and Simon Adar, co-founder of Code Ocean, write about the inner workings and the adoption of versus the resistance to open science practices in the scholarly science community.
Council of Science Editors (CSE) Science Editor
Jack Jr L. Recent updates to CSE recommendations for promoting integrity in scientific journal publications: 7 ways to integrate diversity, equity, and inclusion into scholarly publishing. Sci Ed. 2022;45:117-120. https://doi.org/10.36591/SE-D-4504-02
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