Tag Archives: selection

ProQuest announces the development of Rialto

(6 November 2018, Ann Arbor, MI.) ProQuest is commencing the development of the Rialto service, a ground-breaking approach to unify selection and acquisition in academic libraries. Through benchmark analytics, recommendations, and a comprehensive marketplace with content of all types – books, ebooks, video and more — from many sources, libraries will have the tools to […]


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Library in China offers ‘blind dates’ with books

(13 December 2017) Librairie Avant-Garde in Nanjing provides ‘blind dates’ with books for readers looking for something unexpected, Yang Yang reports. Life is like a box of chocolates, so they say, or perhaps a box of books sent from Librairie Avant-Garde in Nanjing, Jiangsu province. “Just leave us a message, whatever you want to say, […]


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Paying for open access: two new Open Access Journal Reports published by Knowledge Exchange

(16 August 2017) How are authors of journal articles paying Open Access fees or Article Processing Costs?  What is the administrative burden for authors? And do their research organisations have an accurate overview of all these payments? Knowledge Exchange has just published two new open access journal reports, both based on their recent study carried out among authors […]


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Choose the right journal for your research

(23 May 2017) Think Check Submit is now available in Indonesian! The announcement is here.


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New video helps researchers make informed publication choices

(28 January 2016) Think. Check. Submit. The cross-industry campaign that helps educate researchers about the criteria they should look for when selecting where to publish their work – has today made available a new video that highlights some of the key questions that researchers should ask when assessing a journal. The video accompanies downloadable posters […]


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NLB sets up library consultative panel

(15 April 2015, Singapore) The National Library Board (NLB) of Singapore has set up an independent consultative panel from 1 April 2015 to advise it on its review of library materials. The Library Consultative Panel comprises 19 members from a broad cross-section of society (see Annex). Each member of the panel will serve a two-year […]


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