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 Wolters Kluwer, Health expands its Health Language® Interoperability and Data Normalization Solutions
Wolters Kluwer, Health has expanded its Health Language® Interoperability and Data Normalization Solutions to include a suite of services designed to help payers, providers and health IT vendors leverage exponentially increasing volumes of clinical data. Health Language Data Normalization Services draws on deep terminology management knowledge and clinical expertise that is now powered by machine learning to reduce the time, resources and costs associated with harmonising data for interoperability and analytics initiatives.
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 ScienceOpen and IET partnership highlights power engineering research
ScienceOpen and The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) have announced a partnership that integrates selected Open Access articles from IET’s power and energy journals in the ScienceOpen research discovery environment in the form of a featured collection. With nearly 40 research and letters journals, including 12 gold open access journals, the IET is a major publisher in the disciplines of engineering and technology.
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 OASPA provides feedback on Plan S implementation
As a community of 140 organisations who are committed to the advancement of open access publishing and who represent the majority of the OA journal output in the DOAJ, OASPA is supportive of the intentions of Plan S. A coordinated approach by the funders that make up cOAlition S is seen by OASPA as a core strength of Plan S. Many stakeholders, such as funders, institutions, researchers and publishers, have felt the uptake of open access has been too slow and have been looking for a way to speed up the transition to a world where open access is the predominant model.
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 Hindawi responses to call for feedback on implementation guidelines of Plan S by cOAlition S
Hindawi has announced its support for the principles and ambitions of Plan S. Funders have collectively agreed to enforce Open Access with a default CC BY licence for academic articles arising from their grants sends a hugely powerful signal to researchers, publishers, institutions and other actors about the future of scholarly communication. The cOAlition S aims to make all research outputs freely available to reuse and to ensure that those outputs are reliable.
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 Association of American Publishers recognises AERA Open as Best New Journal in Social Sciences
Association of American Publishers (AAP) has named AERA Open as ‘Best New Journal in Social Sciences’ for the 2019 Publishers Awards for Professional and Scholarly Excellence (PROSE Awards). The awards honoured scholarly works published in 2018, including books, journals, and digital products that demonstrated exceptional scholarship and made a significant contribution to a field of study.
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 IWA Publishing and Knowledge Unlatched make 14 book titles Open Access
IWA Publishing has announced that through their recent partnership with Knowledge Unlatched (KU), a library crowd-funding initiative, they have made 14 of their books Open Access. Titles are available to download for free on the IWA Publishing website, the KU platform and the Directory of Open Access Books.
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 Latest edition of Blogspeak now online
The latest edition of Blogspeak is now online. Featured are: Siân Harris (The Evolving Landscape of Research Access and its Impact on the Global South); You-Na Lee and John P. Walsh (Building reliable teams, a cure for research pathologies?); Benjamin Mazer (Should journals credit eagle-eyed readers by name in retraction notices?); and Diego Grass (Architecture of Libraries). Blogspeak includes blog posts relevant to the publishing industry, particularly STM publishing. Subscribers are invited to participate in the latest edition of BlogspeakHere.
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