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12/06/2021
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Wiley acquires an open access research company

Wiley, the multinational publishing company, last week announced it has acquired Knowledge Unlatched, a platform that uses funding from libraries to publish open access research. Wiley is adding Knowledge Unlatched to its research division after the coronavirus pandemic placed a spotlight on the long-standing conversation around making research accessible, as academics, health professionals and the public scrambled for information on the new health threat. Wiley, which also hosts a widely used research library with content from 1,900 journals, views open access research as a key growth strategy, according to a recent investor presentation. Emily Bamforth has the details.


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Digital ID use doubled among MIT students in September

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology last week announced that more of its students are adopting a new digital identification feature recently added to the institution’s mobile app. In a post on its website, MIT’s Information Systems and Technology division wrote that digital IDs were used for more than 50,000 transactions in September, more than double in previous month. The new feature — which allows students, staff and faculty to access buildings, pay for food and complete print jobs — was added to the MIT Atlas mobile app in August. Colin Wood has the story.


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WATCH: Mission programs at the State Department greatly improved with data driven initiatives

Smartronix VP, Jacquie Meriwether shares how data-led initiatives are helping the State Department improve the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief in Latin America — getting key information into the hands of the right people in order to make better decisions on mission activities.  Watch Meriwether’s full interview here.


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