EDUCAUSE Review® is the association’s open-access digital and quarterly print flagship publication for the higher education IT community. With 22,000 distributed copies, the print magazine (ISSN: 1527-6619) takes a broad look at current developments and trends in information technology, how they may affect the college/university as an institution, and what these mean for higher education and society. The online version (ISSN 1945-709X) comprises more comprehensive coverage, including the content of the print magazine plus additional articles, practical advice and guidance, interactive elements, and multimedia about managing and using information resources in higher education.
A Reference for Creating Accessible Office Documents
Authors: Digital Education Strategies, The Chang School
Book Description: With much of the world gone digital, learning to create documents that are accessible to everyone is becoming a necessary skill. Intended for a general audience, this free resource reviews a wide range of document authoring applications, including the tools they contain for creating accessible documents, and tests them to ensure they do not contain potential barriers.
Learn how to create accessible word processed documents, spreadsheets, presentation slides, and PDF documents, among others, so they are accessible to everyone.
The mission of the Society for Scholarly Publishing is “[t]o advance scholarly publishing and communication, and the professional development of its members through education, collaboration, and networking.” The Scholarly Kitchen is a moderated and independent blog aimed to help fulfill this mission by bringing together differing opinions, commentary, and ideas, and presenting them openly.
The Society for Scholarly Publishing established The Scholarly Kitchen in February 2008 to:
- Keep SSP members and interested parties aware of new developments in publishing
- Point to research reports and projects
- Interpret the significance of relevant research in a balanced way (or occasionally in a provocative way)
- Suggest areas that need more input by identifying gaps in knowledge
- Translate findings from related endeavors (publishing outside STM, online business, user trends)
- Attract the community of STM information experts interested in these things and give them a place to contribute
SPARC Europe is one of Europe’s key and long-standing voices advocating for unfettered access to research and data — for the academic community; for the whole of society.
More openness in research, we believe, will lead to an accelerated rate of discovery in academia and in the private sector, and of learning at every strata of education.
SPARC (the Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition) Europe is a non-profit, member organisation comprised of a diverse body of academic institutions, library consortia, funding bodies, research institutes and some publishers, among others; all committed to delivering on the promise of open access and open science.