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A listing of the latest resources we've found to help academic institutions and scholars navigate the COVID-19 pandemic in four key areas: Institutional response and distance learning, remote working and social distancing, peer review and publication planning, tracking and communicating COVID-19 updates.

To help those adjusting to working from home in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, Scholastica, Research Square, and the International Society of Managing and Technical Editors hosted a free webinar on transitioning to extended remote work. Here's a recap of the event and the full recording.

With so many transitioning to working from home for the first time, we thought it might be helpful to share some of the remote working insights Scholastica has gained over the years, as well as some of the tools and processes that we rely on to keep our team engaged and connected. We hope they'll be of help to you!

Discussions about scholarly research have historically occurred within the confines of academia. But the expansion of open access publishing has started to change that. In this post, we look at an OA article that become the source of wide-reaching scholarly and public interest and debate.

What are key AI opportunities and challenges in the academic publishing sector? We caught up with Josh Nicholson, co-founder and CEO of the deep learning platform scite, to get his thoughts.

For journals to provide an effective online reading experience for human and machine readers, producing articles in digitally compatible HTML and XML files is becoming paramount.

Peter Coles, Editor-in-Chief of The Open Journal of Astrophysics, and Christian Gogolin, founding editor of Quantum, share why they chose to publish their journals via the arXiv overlay model and how they believe overlay journals will contribute to greater equity in OA.

In this interview, Aileen Fyfe, professor of modern history at the University of St. Andrews, shares an abridged history of journal publishing at scholarly societies and her thoughts on how scholarly publishing's past can influence its present.

In this interview, lecturer for the Faculty of Law at the University of Malaya Stewart Manley unpacks the FTC v. OMICS case and its broader implications for the oversight of predatory publishing practices.

In this interview Timothy Vollmer, former Senior Manager for Public Policy at Creative Commons, discusses the different open copyright licenses Creative Commons offers and the benefits of open copyright in academic publishing.