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The strategy update coincides with generative AI enhancements to its flagship product, Westlaw Precision

Posted 5 December 2023

Technology from Sage has released its third Librarian Futures report exploring the current librarian skills landscape and identifying areas for further development.

Posted 5 December 2023

Elsevier's Datasets help accelerate digital transformation at scale in a variety of applications, including generative AI and predictive modeling

Posted 5 December 2023

The acquisition of scite further enhances Research Solutions' product offerings and provides cross-selling opportunities to scite's consistently growing B2C customer base of approximately 21,000 active subscribers, as well as its diverse B2B customer base of corporate entities, leading academic institutions, and government agencies.

Posted 5 December 2023

Launched as a pilot in January 2023, Path to Open is a delayed OA model where new books are made available to supporting libraries upon publication and become OA after 3 years.

Posted 7 November 2023

The new division is designed to enhance professional development and educational skills for businesses, organizations and individuals

Posted 7 November 2023

Sage has unveiled a literary resource hub aimed at countering the rise of online misinformation, disinformation, and deceptive content. 

Posted 7 November 2023

Trained on Getty Images' world-class creative content, Generative AI by Getty Images allows customers to explore the power of generative AI with full protection and usage rights.

Posted 3 October 2023

Company embarks on projects to determine how GenAI can enhance search discovery and content creation while avoiding "hallucinations" and spurious information.

Posted 3 October 2023

The agreement means Crossref and Retraction Watch will combine to publicly distribute data about tens of thousands of retracted research papers and grow the service together. It also provides sustainability to Retraction Watch's work. 

Posted 3 October 2023

STM have joined 26 organizations representing thousands of creative professionals around the world, including the academic publishing sector, news, entertainment, magazine, and book publishing companies released Global Principles for Artificial Intelligence (AI).

Posted 3 October 2023

The rebranding will start with Refinitiv Workspace becoming LSEG Workspace.

Posted 5 September 2023

Paramount Global and private equity firm KKR signed a definitive agreement for KKR to acquire Simon & Schuster for $1.62 billion in an all-cash transaction.

Posted 5 September 2023

Acquisition will accelerate the adoption of Patron Point Software as the go-to marketing automation platform for libraries

Posted 5 September 2023

All three awards are open to individuals or groups from anywhere in the world. Nominations for all three 2023 awards must reach UKeiG by 6 pm GMT on Friday 29 September 2023.

Posted 1 August 2023

"Pledge to Open" Aims to Publish 70 Open Access Books on Global Issues Through Innovative Collective Funding Pilot

Posted 1 August 2023

Responding to growing call for regulation of AI technologies, Anthropic, Google, Microsoft, and OpenAI formed the Frontier Model Forum 

Posted 1 August 2023

Discovery and access to over 5.5 million global dissertations and theses added to Web of Science

Posted 1 August 2023

Open Advances will encompass a range of disciplines, focus on global challenges, and unlock Open Access by never charging authors a fee to publish

Posted 4 July 2023

Using the same infrastructure that powers ITHAKA's nonprofit services JSTOR and Portico, institutions can now increase the reach and usefulness of their local digital collections, secure access for generations to come and further the mission they share with one another and ITHAKA to improve access to knowledge worldwide.

Posted 4 July 2023

Embedding generative AI will enable new possibilities for academic conversational discovery

Posted 4 July 2023

System Pro is a new AI-powered search engine designed to be the most trustworthy, transparent way for researchers and doctors to quickly find, synthesize and contextualize scientific literature 

Posted 6 June 2023

New tools gather, analyze, compare and deliver insights from more than 140 million trademark records and more than 6.2 million trademark office and court decisions.

Posted 6 June 2023

Wiley extended its partnership with online library Perlego to offer higher education students around the world access to digital books. The partnership, which began in 2019, will extend for four years, through February 2027.

Posted 6 June 2023

The browser extension is designed to encourage library usage by users who start their research with a web search engine

Posted 2 May 2023

Clarivate names three new business leaders and Wiley adds an OA supporter

Posted 2 May 2023

LEI-mapping capability enhanced as LEI Data links to corresponding records in OpenCorporates database

Posted 2 May 2023

Oakley Capital and Bain Capital Credit are investing in the combined business

Posted 2 May 2023

Adding international news media content extends and deepens the existing, decade-long cooperation between WELT and Bloomberg, as well as Insider and Bloomberg.

Posted 4 April 2023

Legal researchers now have access to real-time updates on Westlaw, which replaces the time-consuming taks of scouring the UK Supreme Cpirt website and adds expert editorial case analysis and content sets unique to Westlaw UK.

Posted 4 April 2023

Recognizing that some papers can have hundreds, and in rare cases, thousands of authors, PubMed is now streamlining the display of lengthy author lists in search results.

Posted 4 April 2023

The Company of Biologists will be planting a tree for each Research Article and Review article published in its five journals, as well as preserving ancient woodland to recognise the important work of all peer reviewers.

Posted 4 April 2023

The acquisition further enhances PatentSight, LexisNexis flagship IP analytics solution.

Posted 7 March 2023

The Global Access Program (GAP) is designed to increase access to and adoption of PID services and infrastructure for communities beyond the Global North.

Posted 7 March 2023

The Sustainable Development Knowledge Cooperative is being launched in partnership with Impact Science, a brand of Cactus Communications (CACTUS).

Posted 7 March 2023

The King Salman Center for Disability Research (KSCDR)  joined ScienceOpen in January 2023, increasing the content available in disability studies by adding hundreds of articles, books, and book chapters on its new collection.

Posted 7 February 2023

JSTOR, part of the non-profit ITHAKA, and a cohort of leading university presses announced Path to Open, a program to support the open access publication of new groundbreaking scholarly books that bring diverse perspectives and research to millions of people.

Posted 7 February 2023

IFLA, the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions, have published the latest update of the IFLA Trend Report, co-authored by the emerging leaders who attended IFLA's 2022 World Library and Information Congress.

Posted 7 February 2023

The American Psychological Association (APA) and edX, a leading global online learning platform from 2U, Inc., announced APA as the newest member of the global edX partner network and the launch of its first Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs).

Posted 3 January 2023

In the "Patents4Science" project, four Leibniz institutes joined forces to build an information infrastructure for the easy use of patent knowledge in science.

Posted 3 January 2023

ChatGPT has taken the world by storm and excited the imaginations of its millions of users, who find innovative applications from which ChatGPT learns. Educators and librarians worry that text generated by ChatGPT and similar programs will encourage plagiarism and make it more difficult to detect.

Posted 3 January 2023

Health Open Research expands the former AMRC publishing platform to open up medical research globally

Posted 6 December 2022

On 7 November 2022, OCLC and Clarivate issued separate press releases announcing the settlement of OCLC's lawsuit against Clarivate, originally filed in June 2022.

Posted 6 December 2022

CHORUS  announced on 21 November 2022 that it will create a Preprint Dashboard and Reporting Service to identify related funders, datasets, reuse licenses, ORCID identifiers, and links to published articles on publisher sites and government public access repositories.

Posted 6 December 2022

The capability for scite users to ask research questions in plain language and get answers directly from the full text of research articles is the premise of scite's new "Ask a Question" feature.

Posted 6 December 2022

Publishing houses plan to cooperate to help accelerate the transformation towards open access and research

Posted 1 November 2022

The two tertiary education sector bodies officially join forces from 4 October 2022.

Posted 1 November 2022

The new interface for Gale Business: Insights provides increases access to tools and databases on one platform, improving research outcomes for students, researhers and faculty.

Posted 1 November 2022

eLife decided to end accept/reject decisions following peer review, opting to emphasise the public peer review of preprints, restoring author autonomy and promoting the assessment of scientists based on what rather than where they publish.

Posted 1 November 2022

This massive open dataset now brings the entirety of the Archive's international television news holdings to selections from 98 channels across 50 countries and territories, in 35 languages and dialects, spanning 20 years of content.

Posted 4 October 2022

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