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Discoverability of open access books: How do we ensure that your research has the widest possible reach?
This blog post will look at how Springer Nature aids the discoverability of its open access books.
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One year has passed since two major hurricanes struck the Caribbean, devastating the islands of Puerto Rico. In the first three… Read more »
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The effects of public pre-kindergarten attendance on first grade literacy achievement: a district study
Does preschool influence childrens' literacy positively? Several findings from a recent study published in the International… Read more »