Case study CEA: Best practices for your eBook collection
In this webinar recording Dr Annie Le Blanc shares her experience managing the Resources and Information Engineering group.
8 steps to building an effective eBook collection
In the past decade, eBook collections have become more common place, publishing technologies have improved.
An interview with renowned biomedical sciences author Professor Shailendra K. Saxena, editor of the first book to be published on COVID-19
We spoke to Professor Shailendra K. Saxena about researching, teaching and publishing during the pandemic and how working with Springer Nature has helped disseminate his vital research to a wide audience for maximum impact.
Investigating the increasing popularity of eTextbooks: An interview with author Dr. N.S Punekar
The author of the textbook ENZYMES: Catalysis, Kinetics and Mechanisms talks about the success of this book and how it is being used for teaching and learning.
Rethinking eBook solutions – exploring the impact of flexible licensing models
At the beginning of October 2020, we announced our new Flexible eBook Solutions, which offers a broader range of choice to libraries and institutions.
Proud to Publish: Springer Handbook of Optical Networks
In this blog post of our Proud to Publish series we talk to Mary James, senior editor for Applied Sciences about the book she was most proud to publish in 2020.
The impact of Sustainability in the Engineering Sector
We spoke to Springer Nature’s VP, Books, Dr. Dieter Merkle, about sustainability trends within the engineering sector and current growth areas.
Proud to Publish: Sociological Reflections on the Covid-19 Pandemic in India
In this blog post of our Proud to Publish series we talk to Satvinder Kaur, Senior Editor for Humanities books.
Susan Mizruchi on Marlon Brando and libraries in the Digital Age
We talked to Susan about her latest projects, her long-standing appreciation for libraries and her book "Libraries and Archives in the Digital Age".
Springer Nature published its first machine-generated book
Springer Nature published its first machine-generated book in chemistry which provides an overview of the latest research in the growing field of lithium-ion batteries. We talked to Springer Nature’s project owner and Director Product & Metadata Management, about the reasons to create a machine-generated book and the implications on future content creation in scholarly publishing.