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Scholarly Communications Good Reads

We love to stay updated about the goings on in the academic publishing industry to bring you the content that helps you stay ahead of the curve. In order to do this, we read up a lot! In this section, we share some of the most interesting bits of information we came across. Read these updates to get a monthly snapshot of what has been happening in the world of scholarly communication.
Academic publishing and scholarly communications: Good reads, November 2017
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This month, our editors have curated a list of some of the most exciting discussions in the academic publishing community. These revolve around topics as diverse as peer review, negative results, reproducibility, public access to science, research health, Brexit, and blockchain. Hope you enjoy reading these snippets!
Academic publishing and scholarly communications: Good reads, October 2017
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In this month’s round up, we have a mixed bag including the free global release of Stephen Hawking's 1966 thesis, academics questioning the threshold of statistical significance, a brand new model of peer review, and more. Read on to stay abreast of all the latest happenings in the scholarly community.     
Academic publishing and scholarly communications: Good reads, September 2017
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In this month’s round up, we have a mixed bag that includes the controversial redefinition of clinical trials, S-index, a great new metric that will measure how many times a scientist cites his own work, and more. Read on to keep yourself abreast of all the latest happenings in the scholarly community. 
Academic publishing and scholarly communications: Good reads, August 2017
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To help you stay up-to-date with the latest topics of discussion in academia, we've curated this list of interesting posts and updates. While most of these posts are about journal publishing and academic life, we also bring you an update about one of the most important industry events of the year - Peer Review Week 2017!
Academic publishing and scholarly communications: Good reads, July 2017
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If the month of July seemed to whizz past while you were hard at work, we have you covered. This month was interesting because there were several noteworthy happenings: an author exposed predatory journals’ workings by submitting a fake Star Wars paper, a team of researchers revealed how many articles Sci-Hub has, a group of scientists challenged P values, and more. Here is a curated list of articles that would keep you abreast of the goings-on in the scholarly publishing world this month....
Academic publishing and scholarly communications: Good reads, June 2017
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While Trump’s policies and China’s zeal to curb research misconduct continue to create a buzz, some other insightful discourses have also generated an interest among members of the academic community this month. In this post, our editors have curated an interesting bunch of stories for you to read. 
Academic publishing and scholarly communications: Good reads, May 2017
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This month, we share posts that explore larger level issues in research communication. The underlying theme is the problems plaguing science, particularly about best and ethical practices when writing and communicating research.
Academic publishing and scholarly communications: Good reads, April 2017
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The month of April was perhaps the most exciting time for academics around the world as several hundred researchers and supporters of science participated in the March for Science. While this movement dominated the news in academia, many other happenings too deserve notice. The Editage Insights team has curated a list of some of the most noteworthy updates in this month for you. Happy reading!
Academic publishing and scholarly communications: Good reads, March 2017
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A lot has been happening in the scholarly circles this month: from Trump's first budget proposal, to NIH allowing preprints in grant applications, a sting operation exposing predatory publishers, and talks about different models of peer review.We want you to be tuned in to all the interesting happenings in academia. So here’s a list of snippets of some noteworthy news and publications from this month. Happy reading!  
Good reads, February 2017
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This month, we have an interesting list of recommendations for you. We tell you about the situation in the UK post Brexit, a recommended list of 15 best practices to rebuild the trust in scholarly publishing, a new proposal to combat the irrerproducibility crisis, fake news about science, couples in research, and much more!

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