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Knowledge Exchange welcomes comments on Alternative Publishing Platforms scoping paper

Knowledge Exchange welcomes comments on Alternative Publishing Platforms scoping paper

16 June 2022

Research communities may feel confused by the range of new publishing platforms now available. To help address this, Knowledge Exchange are exploring these new platforms in order to determine what they do and how they can assist in disseminating research. Our Alternative Publishing Platforms scoping paper is now published and you have the opportunity to comment on this.

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Knowledge Exchange Newsletter December 2021

Our latest newsletter including updates on our work around publishing reproducible research outputs, PIDs: Risks & Trust and much more!

Five things you need to know to support reproducible publication practices

Knowledge Exchange published the report “The art of publishing reproducible research outputs - Supporting emerging practices through cultural and technological innovation.” The report is the culmination of a 12-month project investigating current practices and barriers related to publishing reproducible research outputs

Knowledge Exchange Newsletter July 2021

Our latest newsletter including updates on our work around the 'Openness Profile', as well as updates on new activities exploring publishing reproducible research outputs and PID's, and much more!

Call for proposals: Risks and Trust in pursuit of a well functioning Persistent Identifier infrastructure for research

As part of its work on Open Science, the Knowledge Exchange (KE) are inviting consultants to submit proposals to work with us exploring the role of Persistent Identifiers (PIDs) within modern-day research.

Investing in the Open Access Book infrastructure - A call for action

The Knowledge Exchange inspired position paper 'Investing in the Open Access Book infrastructure - A call for action' has been published and signed by key stakeholders. Find out more and add your name to the growing list of signatories!

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