Finding New Ways to Network in Academia: An Excerpt

With content spanning several publishers including Springer, Nature, Palgrave Macmillan, BioMed Central and more, we’re positioned to offer you some of the best content in the research community. Our content includes the type of material that will not only help you with your specific research needs as an academic, but with information that is useful for all researchers regardless of their discipline focus. This week we’re sharing an excerpt from Being “In and Out”: Providing Voice to Early Career Women in Academia edited by Narelle Lemon and Susanne Garvis. In this excerpt, Narelle Lemon discusses the importance of Twitter on her academic … Read more…

Behind the Scenes at Springer Nature: Marketing

What does it take to get your journal article from submission to publication? How does your book go from a manuscript to a title available at your university library? When your journal partners with Springer Nature for distribution, what steps are taking place to ensure all goes smoothly? We’re answering these questions and more in our new series “Behind the Scenes at Springer Nature.” Learn about the work being done across the company by our dedicated employees from around the world. Today we’re chatting with Deidre Hudson Reuss from our Springer marketing team. What is your position at Springer? I’m … Read more…

Piloting Without a Plane

By: Lucy Frisch You might have heard the term pilot used before in one of our many initiatives here at Springer Nature. For example, SharedIt began as a pilot with our Nature portfolio of journals. Pilots by definition are simply a test. Many times you probably won’t even know a pilot is taking place. An e-mail you receive or a new service you find through your MySpringer profile may seem like a regular addition, but you may just be one of the lucky ones included into a pilot project. We pilot because we are always looking for new ways to take … Read more…