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07.09.2019 | SSP News & Releases

July Issue of Learned Publishing is Now Available

Learned Publishing: Volume 32, No 3, July 2019

The July 2019 issue of Learned Publishing is now available for your summer reading!

Early career researchers – what researcher trends are impacting the publishing industry? The newest issue of Learned Publishing opens with an editorial asking why ECRs have not proved to be the harbingers of change as anticipated, and asks if Plan S (with other sociocultural and technological changes) will be the trigger that changes their habits.

The editorial was inspired by an update on ECR research findings, as well as several other articles in the July issue – such as, discussion of data citation problems, OA publishing in Nordic countries, frameworks for identifying questionable journals, and linguistic differences observed in high- versus low-quality journals.

Other highlights include:

All articles in the July issue are now online and available to all SSP and ALPSP members – be sure to add this must-have reading to your summer reading list!

Lettie Y. Conrad
North American Editor
Learned Publishing 

NOTE: All articles are free to SSP members and journal subscribers; those editorials, reviews and articles using the ‘ALPSP Author Choice’ OA option, are now free to all. Also, be sure to sign up to receive an email alert or RSS feed every time a new issue goes online.

SSP members – please log in to the member center on the SSP website to access the full content.

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