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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.
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This month, we have a great round-up of articles that deals with many complex issues such as academic moonlighters and discipline-hopping as well as negative attitudes toward legitimate scientific criticism on the part of researchers. 
Academic publishing and scholarly communications: Good reads, December 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, collaborations between academia and industry, the increasing cost of accessing research, and a lot more. Hope you enjoy reading these snippets!
Best of 2017 on Editage Insights: What researchers found most valuable
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In our drive to bring you the best resources to boost your career progression and add to your bank of knowledge, we published close to 600 content pieces throughout 2017. These include interviews, articles, Q&As, quizzes, and more. This content is based exclusively on your, i.e., our readers’ needs and areas of interest. But aren’t you curious about the content that was read the most? Here are the top 10 posts that were widely read and shared by the Editage Insights community in 2017. 
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!
Handpicked favorites: A glimpse at our team's favorite SlideShares
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Throughout our anniversary month, we brought you our team’s favorite picks for different content formats. In this post, let’s take a look at the team's favorite SlideShare presentations.
Handpicked favorites: Our team's favorite Q&As
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This is our anniversary month, and as part of this year’s celebrations, we bring you the team’s favorite picks for different content formats. In this post, let’s take a look at the team's favorite Q&As. 
Handpicked favorites: A glimpse at our team's favorite discussion articles
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As part of the celebrations of the fourth anniversary of Editage Insights, we decided to ask our team members to undertake the tough task of choosing their favorite content. And guess what? We ended up with an interesting assortment, which we want to share with you! This week, the team behind Editage Insights picked their favorite discussion-based articles. Read on to know which articles made it to this list! 
Handpicked favorites: A glimpse at our team's favorite videos
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In our previous article on handpicked team favorites, we looked at the infographics which especially struck a chord with the team. In this article, we will individually go through the team's favorite videos.
Handpicked favourites: A collection of our team's favorite infographics
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We're celebrating our 4th anniversary throughout November. The last 4 years have been a rewarding experience for each member of our team. What better way to celebrate our anniversary month than by looking back at some of our favorite content! So throughout our anniversary month, we’re going to handpick the posts that especially stood out for each one of us for different reasons.This article is a collection of the team's favourite infographics.
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.     

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