Editors' Picks


Negotiating the Future of Scholarly Communication

Posted by Nate Jacobs | Sep 21st 2021 | Comment

The open access movement, which broadly seeks to remove barriers to reading and publishing scientific articles, has grown into a broad coalition of stakeholders transforming scholarly communication


A step forward for software citation: GitHub's enhanced software citation support

Posted by Martin Fenner | Aug 24th 2021 | Comment

Authors: Martin Fenner, Stephan Druskat, Neil Chue Hong, Daniel S. Katz, Morane Gruenpeter, Arfon Smith, Tom Morell and Robert Haines


Call for Proposals: FORCE2021

Posted by Osman Aldirdiri | Aug 23rd 2021 | Comment

FORCE11 is pleased to announce that its annual conference for 2021 will be held online under the theme “FORCE2021: Joining Forces to Advance the Future of Research Communications”.


Best Practices for Software Registries and Repositories

Posted by Alejandra Gonza... | Aug 3rd 2021 | Comment

(This post was authored by by Alejandra Gonzalez-Beltran, Alice Allen, Allen Lee, Daniel Garijo, Thomas Morrell, SciCodes Consortium and is cross-posted on the


Announcing the Single Source Publishing Community Launch!

Posted by Simon Worthington | Jul 2nd 2021 | Comment

The Single Source Publishing Community (SSPC) is focused on scholarly publishing and is a meeting place for researchers, educators, publishers, and software developers.


Open Source Community Call - July 2021

Posted by John Chodacki | Jun 28th 2021 | 1 Comment


Call for Community Input: Researcher Bill of Rights and Principles

Posted by Catherine Nancarrow | Mar 25th 2021 | Comment

There are exciting developments in the global push for sustainable Open Access models.


Infrastructure Series: Mapping Scholarly Communications

Posted by Jennifer Kemp | Dec 8th 2020 | Comment

This year's final entry into the year-long FORCE11 Blogs series on scholarly infrastructure is an interview with


Infrastructure series: Funding Research Infrastructure

Posted by Josh Brown | Nov 2nd 2020 | Comment

This eighth entry into the  year-long FORCE11 Blogs series on scholarly infrastructure is an interview with