Research Information is a global publication for the scholarly publishing community – publishers, librarians, information professionals, authors and researchers.
The ever-shifting sands of scholarly publishing – that is the process by which academic research is submitted, reviewed, published and accessed – provides a rich source of informed opinion and highly-sought after content within the pages of Research Information. As we move into 2020, the industry continues to adopt new models and processes, and we will continue to cover all the relevant issues of the day from a wide variety of standpoints.
Publishers will learn how to enhance their offerings via case studies on the latest publishing platforms or discovery tools; information professionals can hear about the latest methods employed by subscription agents and library management service providers; and authors and researchers can follow the latest trends in topics such as open access and user experience.
Attracting an ever-growing audience – both on- and offline – Research Information has grown into a ‘must-have’ resource for anyone involved in scholarly publishing, and therefore provides a perfect marketing platform for publishing service providers, publishers, library service suppliers, and more.
Research Information partners with major global events and organisations, such as the Frankfurt Book Fair, the London Book Fair, UK Serials Group (UKSG), the Society for Scholarly Publishing (SSP), Charleston Library Conference, and many more.
The magazine is published six times a year, and is free to qualifying individuals. Marketing options include display advertising, outserts, and inserts, as well as enhancements to the digital version, such as video overlay.
As well as showcasing all the magazine content, www.researchinformation.info features pages of web-exclusive news, products, viewpoints, analysis and opinion, interviews, event previews and webcasts. Alongside traditional banner advertising, marketing options include sponsored content, as well as lead generation options.
There is a regular email newsletter: RINewsline, a monthly round-up of the latest news, event previews and more; and occasional show preview emails for major events. Marketing options include banner advertising, sponsored content, and product showcases.
We have a number of products, in keeping with our high-quality editorial content. These include the Tech Focus, Product Focus, and Feature Case Study options. For the first time, we’ll be launching a yearbook that will be available free to all our readers and distributed at events around the world through 2020.
I’m delighted to be part of this industry and have enjoyed meeting many of you at events around the world over the last few years. I hope you will continue to keep in touch and let me know about the issues that matter to you, and what you want to see in our magazine in 2020 and beyond.
- Collect your copy of Research Information – and our new 2020 yearbook – at the Faculty at LBF.
- Subscribe at https://www.researchinformation.info/subscription