Coalition for Responsible Publication Resources announced!

Coalition for Responsible Publication Resources announced!

With Cabell's as a founding member, the announcement of the Coalition for Responsible Publication Resources bring us one step closer to its mission to help preserve the integrity of the scholarly literature by sharing industry knowledge of irresponsible and in some cases predatory practices associated with academic publishing.

INDUSTRY NEWS

Successful teaching practice using a creative online identity

Effective teachers recognize the importance of engaging their students in learning, and in today's evolving educational field, it is necessary to implement relevant technologies to make learning applicable to modern pupils. It is often a difficult task to accomplish, however, due to the endless possibilities for connecting over online media, and it is hard to know which outlet will make the strongest connection.

Responsible Practice in the Extractive Industries

Leave it in the ground? Look for 'bridging' technologies between fossil fuels and mined minerals, towards renewables? Or be pragmatic, and minimize harm while doing what we do?

Cabell's partners with Editage

Cabell's partners with Editage

Cabell's has partnered with Editage to offer their services at a discount to our users. As a facilitator of scholarly communication, Cabell's assists authors in finding quality journals that meet their publishing needs and now also offer aid in manuscript preparation, technical review and journal submission through Editage.

ADDITIONAL UPDATES

AACSB announces the Collective Vision

Cabell's spoke with Juliane Iannarelli, AACSB's Chief Knowledge Officer, about their exciting new announcement — A Collective Vision for Business Education. Discover how business schools around the world can get involved, learn more about the exciting, new 'five opportunities' and what the future holds for higher education.

Is social media providing easy reconnaissance for terrorists?

Despite recent U.S. Treasury Department sanctions, social media continues to thrive as a support platform for terrorist organizations. According to The Wall Street Journal, terrorist financiers that were recently blacklisted continue to be active on social media, raising money and attracting followers.

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