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Due to increased tourism for the 2021 summer, governments are questioning what effects this tourism boom will have on the spread of COVID-19 and many officials are lobbying for the use of “vaccine passports.”
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Recently, the British Esports Association (BEA) and other organizations are advocating for a gaming tournament that is focused on players with disabilities.
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Prof. Patricia Ordóñez de Pablos, from The University of Oviedo, Spain, and Editor-in-Chief of IGI Global’s International Journal of Asian Business and Information Management (IJABIM), was named on “Stanford University’s Ranking of the World Scientists: World’s Top 2% Scientists" list for her research in social sciences.

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Did you know that one in six Gen Z (born between ~1997-2015) adults are identifying as LGBT?
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As a researcher that is interested in publishing under open access (OA), you may face numerous challenges when trying to publish your research.
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During the publishing process, all individuals, from editors to contributing authors, have a role to play in the timely dissemination of high-quality research.
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Increase the Citation Impact, Indexing Potential, and Discoverability of Your OA research
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The ‘Wild West’ of Open Access Publishing
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As the Moderna Covid-19 vaccine has begun to be administered, reports have found significant racial disparities among those being vaccinated in the UK and the U.S. More specifically, CNN has found that Black and Latino Americans are receiving it at lower rates than their white counterparts.
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