Summary: In the wake of Covid-19, scientific journals should become more accessible to all citizens of the world, in the interest of public health. Keywords: web accessibility, scientific journals, public health, peer-reviewed articles As the 21st century rages on, the world is more connected than ever, thanks to the free
2021 launch offers expanded content, new journal citation indicator and revamped UI LONDON, June 30, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Clarivate Plc (NYSE:CLVT), a global leader in providing insights and trusted insights to accelerate the pace of innovation, today released the 2021 update to its annual report Journal Citation Reports (JCR)™. The
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Science and its sister journals will test a new green open access policy for certain researchers supported by the Plan S donor group.Credit: Loïc Venance / AFP / Getty In a move towards open access, the publisher of Science will begin to allow certain authors who publish in its high-profile
Nature and 32 other subscription titles from the Nature family will offer an open access edition from 2021.Credit: Nature Publisher Springer Nature has announced how scientists can make their papers in its most selective titles free to read as soon as they are published – as part of a long-awaited
The study does not analyze why these specific journals disappeared, nor their quality, but it did find that more than 50% of them had a university affiliation. Regarding topics, more than 50% of the journals that disappeared were in the social sciences and humanities, although health, physical sciences, mathematics and
Scholarly journals are meant to provide a lasting record of science. But over the past two decades, 176 open-access journals – and many of the articles published in them – have disappeared from the Internet, according to an analysis published on August 27.1. “There shouldn’t really be any degradation or
DOHA: Bloomsbury Qatar Foundation Journals (BQFJ) announced yesterday that six of its leading journals are now indexed in the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ). This includes QScience Connect, the publisher’s interdisciplinary journal that covers research from all disciplines considered valid, ethical and correct. Speaking about the announcement, BQFJ Managing