News, Events, and Industry Updates for the Scholarly Publishing Community





Q&A: End-to-End Publishing Automation with eXtyles Arc and Typefi

Inera and Typefi joined forces to present this free webinar showcasing how our eXtyles Arc and Typefi solutions work together to achieve a fully automated end-to-end article publishing workflow.  Read More


June 2020 Newsletter


Find preprints, customer highlights, PubMed news, and more in our June 2020 Newsletter! Read More


End-to-end automation with eXtyles Arc and Typefi

On June 17, Inera joined our partners at Typefi to present a free webinar showcasing how our eXtyles Arc and Typefi solutions work together to achieve a fully automated end-to-end article publishing workflow.  Read More


May 2020 Newsletter


Webinars, ISO, NISO, and more in the May 2020 Newsletter! Read More


Standards for Standards: ISOSTS and NISO STS Compared

In working with national standards bodies (NSBs), standards development organizations (SDOs), and other organizations that publish standards, we hear a lot of questions about the differences between ISOSTS and NISO STS. While ISOSTS and NISO STS are closely related—in fact, NISO STS was built on the foundation of ISOSTS—the differences are important, and will affect each organization’s decision on which of them to adopt.  Read More


February 2019 Newsletter


Math news, Support Team news, conference news, and more! Read More


MathML, JATS, and MathType

Formula for correlation coefficient, created using MathTypeIf your organization publishes content that includes any kind of mathematical or related formulae, this blog post is for you! Read More


Partner News: Crossref Metadata Manager

We recently had the opportunity to try out Crossref’s new Metadata Manager interface, designed to be a user-friendly method to register and/or update metadata. Read More


Now Playing: The NISO STS Standing Committee!

NISO STS, the Standards Tag Suite, became an American National Standards Institute standard (ANSI/NISO Z39.102-2017; supporting materials are located at www.niso-sts.org) in October 2017. This new standard, derived from JATS, was developed by an international working group with more than 40 members. Read More


Keeping It Authentic with eXtyles ORCID Integration Suite

The ORCID iD, a persistent identifier for people, has been widely adopted by academic researchers, with over 3 million live ORCID iDs registered as of February 2017. For researchers, ORCID iDs ensure they get appropriate credit for their work; for the entities that fund research, iDs allow tracking the research outputs of grant recipients, a major factor in determining how effectively grants are converted into published research. For these and other reasons, many scholarly publishers are now encouraging or even requiring authors to include ORCID iDs with their manuscript submissions. Read More




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