HighWire Publishers’ Meeting highlights: How publishers are making use of Impact Vizor

HighWire Publishers’ Meeting highlights: How publishers are making use of Impact Vizor

The 2016 Fall HighWire Publishers’ Meeting took place this past September in Washington DC, bringing together representatives from publishers across the spectrum of scholarly communications for three days of presentation and discussion. One of the highlights was a panel – ‘The Many Pragmatic Uses of Impact Vizor’ – where three publishers presented ways in which Impact Vizor has been used to answer questions about their journal program and make more informed strategic decisions. Continue reading

Biomedical publishers adapt workflows with CHORUS to deliver on funder requirements

Biomedical publishers adapt workflows with CHORUS to deliver on funder requirements

A guest post by Susan King, Executive Director, Rockefeller University Press and Chair, Board of Directors, CHORUS

I’ve been honored to serve as Chair of the CHORUS Board of Directors since its inception.  CHORUS has been around since 2013 when publishers began working closely with funding agencies to create sustainable public access to published, peer-reviewed content.  A not-for-profit service, CHORUS enables and tracks an increasing number of publicly available articles reporting on research across disciplines, funded by US and global federal agencies and foundations. Our cost-effective approach guides publishers as they integrate existing standards, identifiers, best practices, and open APIs to adapt workflows to monitor compliance at multiple agencies and help authors to more easily fulfill the diverse requirements.

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