Maverick News, Events & Insights

Innovate to Educate: The Power of Partnerships in AMA’s Ed Hub

An interview with Julie Gill, VP Education Center Strategy and Operations AMA and Paul Gee, VP Product Management and Development of JAMA Network Scholarly associations and societies have rich educational material that has the potential to reach a bigger audience and diversify revenue. Yet, expanding these programs can be challenging, involving navigating platform complexities, updating […]

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Developing content for professional education products

An interview with Jason Pointe, Publications Director, International Anesthesia Research Society Maverick is speaking with publishing executives who have developed professional education products from their existing content. Jason Pointe, Publications Director for the International Anesthesia Research Society spoke with Maverick’s Jayne Marks about their approach to content development for the society’s wide range of learning […]

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New product development and the potential for AI in Professional Education

An interview with Anna Troise of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Scholarly associations and societies are well-positioned to make use of their great content to create new products that support professional education. To help organizations take full advantage of this opportunity, Maverick is speaking with publishing executives who have successfully implemented these types of […]

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Insights on an evolving 2024 landscape

The start of the new year provides an opportune time to explore key trends that Maverick forecasts as having a significant impact on scholarly publishing in 2024. We’ve pinpointed three interconnected pivotal factors driving shifts in the industry: • The evolving incentive to support higher education and R&D activities within a digital and decentralized economy […]

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AI Efficiencies to Optimize Workflow from Submission to Publication: 3 Case Studies

Recently, the SSP hosted a webinar on how AI can improve efficiencies and optimise workflows in scholarly publishing. Avi Staiman (Academic Language Experts) hosted the event and was joined by key players in the industry, including Sarah Taylor (Springer Nature), Julia Kostova (Frontiers), Hong Zhou (Wiley Partner Solutions), and Dustin Smith (Hum). As you might […]

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The role of AI in research integrity

Research integrity breaches present significant financial and reputational risks for publishers, as shown by the recent detection of paper mill activity in published articles, causing much upheaval in the industry. And while those outside the industry wring their hands and wonder how this could happen, those of us on the inside know that the challenges […]

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Maverick’s Researcher Engagement Webinars

Engage with researchers to increase high-quality submissions Market forces are creating pressures on the scholarly publication landscape. New models like Open Access require an ever-increasing volume of submissions and published articles. Meeting the demand requires that researchers see your publications as a home for their work. Yet researchers are dealing with their own challenges, such […]

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A strong finish to 2023

2023 will soon be coming to a close but there is still plenty of time to accomplish all of your goals and finish the year strong. We are currently executing a number of short-term projects for many of our clients before their 2023 budget window closes and can do the same for you. Scholarly publishing […]

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Librarian engagement – Why and how to collaborate effectively

Maverick recently introduced its Community Engagement initiative to help publishers, societies, and associations facilitate interaction among stakeholders. In a new post for Maverick, Senior Associate Jenny Drey examines how effective engagement with academic libraries carries benefits across the entire research cycle, including publishers, librarians, and researchers. The academic library is not just a repository, a service, or […]

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