As leaders in digital innovation, we’re constantly considering and testing the impact of new technology and fresh approaches to hone best practise, enhance user experience and grow revenues. These are some of our latest thoughts and findings:
From: Alexandra Bash, Director of Product Management, HighWire
Publishers have more to share than research findings. News coverage of how the latest findings you publish affect the world, announcements of grants and awards, policy developments and industry news are all relevant to your audience. On your website, you may want to feature profiles of your members and authors and their contributions to your publications.
HighWire Press CEO Dan Filby offers insights and connections for Technology and Publishing Sectors in Northern Ireland
BJGP Open joins flagship journal British Journal of General Practice on HighWire’s JCore platform
BJGP Open, the Royal College of General Practitioners’ new open access journal, has been launched on the HighWire JCore platform today, joining the British Journal of General Practice which was launched on JCore in 2013.
Entire JACC Journals Program Now Hosted on HighWire's JCore Platform
HighWire Press, leading publishing technology provider and partner of choice, announces another milestone investment
Richard Padley, Chairman, Semantico (left) and Dan Filby, CEO, HighWire
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.
The fourth paradigm of science brings with it an onslaught of data. Quantitative, qualitative, direct and anecdotal, it’s an often-acknowledged fact that the ability to collect and share vast quantities of data is the greatest change in scientific research of our times. With this new opportunity comes inherent challenges in the comprehension of data.