Data stewardship and the ‘ephemerality index’: Jan Velterop interview part 2

Increasing attention is being given to issues around the research data that accompanies published results, with the new requirements of funders, especially, following the OSTP memorandum, causing much debate. However this is not an area that publishers have previously given …

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Responsive and adaptive thinking: getting the right mix for your customers

We last wrote about Semantico’s responsive design approach back in May 2013 and I thought it would be a good idea to give an update on our current thinking when when we design for multiple screen sizes and devices. A …

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Semantico appoints Colin Meddings as new Account Manager

We are very pleased to welcome Colin Meddings to our Sales and Marketing team. Colin Meddings has more than 10 years experience working in academic publishing. He spent seven years at Oxford University Press, initially marketing journals to academics and …

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“An extreme pleasure to work with. I appreciate the collaborative interaction … We successfully launched exactly on schedule and I’m thrilled with how smoothly the project went.”

Stef Tarner
Referring to Oxford Art and Music Online
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