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Dmitrii Trubnikov; Ekaterina Trubnikova – Minerva: A Review of Science, Learning and Policy, 2024
The transition to the market economy, which began in Russia more than 30 years ago, has dramatically affected the performance of the Russian academic sphere. The market transformation in the country coincided with significant changes in the global academia. Bureaucratization and obsession with performance indicators have been very welcomed by the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Periodicals, Universities, Academic Achievement
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William H. Walters – College & Research Libraries, 2024
Estimates of the price or value of the individual journals within a full-text database may be useful to librarians engaged in serials reviews or other collection development projects, to scholars investigating the determinants of journal prices, and to publishers seeking to rationalize their pricing strategies. This paper evaluates six methods of…
Descriptors: Databases, Costs, Publications, Periodicals
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Anand, Divya; Hsu, Laura M. – Journal of Children's Literature, 2022
In the United States, a majority-white children's publishing industry is increasingly marketing books labeled as "antiracist," which may inadvertently center the comfort of white children, often at the expense of BIPOC children. This article proposes a critical "white" literacy approach and uses it to analyze two children's…
Descriptors: Childrens Literature, Racial Bias, Publishing Industry, Whites
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Cantrell, Melissa H.; Wipperman, Sarah – College & Research Libraries, 2023
Author contracts in scholarly publishing serve to outline the rights and permissions for each party in the use and redistribution of a work throughout the life of its copyright term. Although rights and licensing expectations for open access publishing--the "open access ethos"--have been detailed in the Budapest Declaration, Plan S…
Descriptors: Access to Information, Authors, Publishing Industry, Scholarship
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Jessica Lange; Sarah Severson – College & Research Libraries, 2024
Library publishers have an important role in building an equitable and open scholarly publishing ecosystem. As library publishers' services mature, it is critical to understand how noncommercial journals operate and organize their daily activities to ensure the journals' success, longevity, and sustainability. To inform these efforts, the authors…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Publishing Industry, Periodicals, Editing
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Mariya Maistrovskaya; Victoria Eke; Sarah M. Forbes – Current Issues in Education, 2023
Student Journal Forum began as an in-person half-day event at the University of Toronto (U of T) in 2015. It was organized by a group of librarians with the goal to connect editors of 60+ student-led U of T journals with publishing supports, best practices, and with each other. The audience's enthusiastic engagement and the community-building…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Librarians, Editing, Publishing Industry
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Pflugfelder, Ehren Helmut – Written Communication, 2022
Predatory publishers deliver neither the editorial oversight, nor the peer review of legitimate publishers, and benefit from those whose positions require academic publications. These publishers also provide a home for conspiracy theorists and pseudoscience promoters, as their lack of scrutiny offers fraudulent academic research articles a veneer…
Descriptors: Rhetoric, Journal Articles, Ethics, Deception
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Pekka Mertala; Eleni Moens; Marko Teräs – Learning, Media and Technology, 2024
Citations are valuable capital in the academy as the number of citations is the most frequently used indicator in evaluating the quality of papers, journals, researchers, and universities. Thus, the characteristics of highly cited articles (HCA) have become a common research topic but the approach has been mainly descriptive with no profound…
Descriptors: Credibility, Information Sources, Content Analysis, Media Research
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Mukhlidi Muskhir; Afdal Luthfi; Ronal Watrianthos; Usmeldi Usmeldi; Aprilla Fortuna; Agariadne Dwinggo Samala – Journal of Information Technology Education: Innovations in Practice, 2024
Aim/Purpose: This study explores the subject structure, social networks, research trends, and issues in the domain that have the potential to derive an overview of the development of virtual reality-based learning media in vocational education. Background: Notwithstanding the increasingly growing interest in the application of virtual reality in…
Descriptors: Computer Simulation, Vocational Education, Educational Research, Technology Uses in Education
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Holbeach, Naomi; Freckelton A.O. Q.C., Ian; Mol, Ben W. – Research Ethics, 2023
As the burden of misconduct in medical research is increasingly recognised, questions have been raised about how best to address this problem. Whilst there are existing mechanisms for the investigation and management of misconduct in medical literature, they are inadequate to deal with the magnitude of the problem. Journal editors and publishers…
Descriptors: Medical Research, Ethics, Editing, Periodicals
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Abdullah Yildiz; Nigel Harwood – TESOL Quarterly: A Journal for Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages and of Standard English as a Second Dialect, 2024
Materials development in TESOL has been gaining popularity as a field of study for the last few decades. TESOL materials research as an area of inquiry includes studies focusing on textbook content (e.g., grammar, cultural representation, and authenticity), consumption (use/adaptation of materials by learners and teachers), and production (design…
Descriptors: Textbooks, English (Second Language), Audience Awareness, Global Approach
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Chutoranski, Maksymilian; Szwabowski, Oskar – Journal of Studies in International Education, 2023
The article highlights a set of specific solutions for international journals -- "The Margin Lever". The proposed solutions relate to changes in publishing policies and methods of reviewing texts that may contribute to overcoming the hegemony of scientists coming from the richest, top-rated, perfectly adapted universities. These…
Descriptors: Publishing Industry, Policy, Governance, Justice
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Cox, Emily – College & Research Libraries, 2023
Research outputs are a form of testimony with researchers serving as expert testifiers. Research outputs align with philosophical understandings of testimony, as research represents an everyday, informal communicative act. If research outputs are a form of testimony, they are open to ethical and epistemic critique. The open access (OA) article…
Descriptors: Research, Access to Information, Periodicals, Publishing Industry
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Sethy, Satya Sundar – Journal of Academic Ethics, 2020
Responsible conduct of research and ethical publishing practices are debatable issues in the higher education literature. The literature suggests that 'authorship disputes' are associated with multi-author paper publication and linked to ethical publishing practices. A few research studies argue authorship matters of a multi-author paper…
Descriptors: Ethics, Publishing Industry, Research, Responsibility
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Balci, Emre Vadi; Dugan, Özlem; Cavas, Bulent – Journal of Baltic Science Education, 2023
In recent years, the number of academic studies in the field of science communication has increased. It is important to make a general examination of the studies on science communication and to reveal their distribution according to years and countries in order to draw the framework of science communication studies. The main aim of this study was…
Descriptors: Scientific Research, Communication (Thought Transfer), Information Dissemination, Bibliometrics
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