Recently, we had four additional reference books indexed in PsycINFO’s Book Citation Index. Joining IGI Global's reference book collection (50+ e-books) in this leading index, IGI Global’s titles are routinely featured in prestigious indices, including Web of Science, Scopus, PsycINFO, and more, making them ideal resources for your customers.
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As the vaccine is starting to become widely available and countries around the world are starting to ease restrictions, administrators, educators, students, and parents alike are planning for the future of education. Throughout the pandemic, educational systems worldwide shifted to online learning, which showcases issues in educational technology, teacher preparedness, digital divide, student engagement, inclusion, special education, and more.
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Researchers are continually struggling to secure funding for their Open Access (OA) publishing pursuits. Many institutions and universities do have funding available through their library resources, such as e-Collections and other digital resources, but that funding is not specifically allocated for open access publishing for their faculty, students, and researchers.
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The International Journal of Innovative Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (IJITLHE), established in 2020, has quickly become one of IGI Global’s most prominent open access education journals. The journal’s editor-in-chief, Prof. Yufeng Qian of Louisiana State University, USA, is a faculty member and coordinator for the Educational Technology programs in the School of Education at LSU. Prof. Qian has directed over 50 doctoral research studies on a variety of topics, as well as produced 32 doctorates since 2010.
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Leading a new edited book project is an exciting process and one that many researchers and academicians choose to undertake at least once in their lives, whether for tenure and promotion opportunities or simply to just provide the latest much needed research on a topic to the academic community. In order to efficiently, effectively, and easily take over the role of book editor, it is important to understand what is expected from the editor.
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IGI Global publishes emerging academic research and distributes it to libraries, researchers, and scholars who are interested in the vast selection of subjects covered in IGI Global’s collection of reference books. For editors and authors (henceforth referred collectively as “editor”) looking to add a new book to this extensive collection of premier references, the process starts with one simple yet essential chore: submitting a proposal form.
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Recently, we had over 50+ additional reference books indexed in Scopus’ Book Citation Index. Joining nearly half of IGI Global reference book collection (3,000+ e-books) in this leading index, IGI Global’s titles are routinely featured in prestigious indices, including Web of Science, Scopus, PsycINFO, and more, making them ideal resources for your customers.
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Professors T. Scott Bledsoe and Kimberly A. Setterlund of Azusa Pacific University, USA, are hosting a virtual book launch for their recently released title, Using Narratives and Storytelling to Promote Cultural Diversity on College Campuses. The event is on Sunday, June 13, 2021 at 2 PM PST and will have a Q&A session with the authors and an IGI Global representative. All attendees will be entered into a raffle for a free copy of the book, and can RSVP here.
An institute within the UN recently released a report discussing the shortcomings of utilizing autonomous machines in war and as weapons. According to a recent Popular Science article, this report is aimed at the international community and law makers to underscore the inherent risks of autonomous machines, as their core operating function is through collecting data, artificial intelligence, and deep learning.
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The International Journal of Business Intelligence Research (IJBIR) was established in 2010 and is one of IGI Global’s top open access business journals. It began publishing all gold open access research in 2021 with content retroactively opened dating back to the 2020 volume year.
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As Open Access (OA) publishing continues to increase in popularity, many authors and editors may be wondering how the article, chapter, or full project proposal submission process for OA differs from submitting under traditional subscription-based models. Some may even find that they are deterred from publishing under OA simply for fear of the unknown.
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Researchers are continually struggling to secure funding for their open access publishing endeavors. Many institutions have funding for various library resources, particularly for e-resources, but do not have a specially allocated open access publishing fund set aside for faculty, researchers, and students at their institutions.
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Recently, IGI Global had additional journals accepted into Web of Science™ and Scopus®, which joins nearly half of IGI Global’s scholarly journals featured in these prestigious indices. This achievement showcases the need for this peer-reviewed research and these journals have been selected for indexing based on their quality, as well as significant scholarship.
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IGI Global has partnered with GOBI Library Solutions to offer library customers Evidence-Based Acquisitions (EBA) models through the InfoSci® platform. This allows libraries to benefit from IGI Global’s flexible EBA offering, while harnessing GOBI’s enhanced metadata, cataloging records and integration, and duplication control to make informed collection development decisions.
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Recently, Inside Higher Ed and Hanover Research did a survey of over 180 college and university provosts and chief academic officers to fully understand the impacts of the pandemic on higher education.
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Over the past several years, academia and scholarly publishing have turned into a data-driven endeavor that hinges on the citation impact, indexing, and prestige of research. Due to this shift, academics are not only now challenged with teaching classes, conducting office hours, researching and writing, continuing education, participating in various societies and associations, and more, but they must also ensure that their research work is highly discoverable and accessible.
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Since its inauguration in January 2021, there has been increased interest in submitting to IGI Global’s new mega journal, the Journal of Technological Advancements (JTA). At this time, IGI Global understands that the economic and financial impacts of COVID-19 are still affecting IGI Global authors and researchers, as many are having difficulty securing funding for article processing charges (APCs).
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IGI Global hit a major milestone this April by reaching over 1,150 published open access research papers, furthering IGI Global’s contributions and commitment to the open access movement. When the pandemic hit, the need for electronic content quickly became evident as researchers, faculty, and students stepped off campuses and started working through their research, teaching, and learning initiatives remotely.
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Just like many other publishers, IGI Global has recently been dealing with unprovoked attacks by anonymous individuals (oftentimes bloggers, online trolls, and/or predatory researchers) who are making false claims and accusations about our publishing practice and ethical stance.
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In scholarly publishing open access (OA) has become widely synonymous with journal and article publishing. However, what many don’t realize is that OA models are also available for full book and chapter-level publishing.
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