Video in Scholarly Communications: Issue #5

September 16, 2021

Welcome to the “back to school” issue of Video in Scholarly Communications. No matter how many years it’s been since I was in school, September always means new pencils and notebooks and a renewed sense of purpose. At Cadmore, a big piece of our purpose is making multimedia accessible to all, and so we’re gratified that a recent accessibility audit of the American Psychological Association’s PsycTherapy database, hosted on the Cadmore platform, received high marks. View full article

Event recap

Leading New Product Development and Innovation

July 29, 2021

The session at the SSP 2021 Annual Conference “Thinking Outside Books and Journals: How Publishing Teams Can Lead New Product Development,” featured professionals from a range of scholarly organizations examining barriers to product innovation, how to foster an innovative culture, and shared lessons learned. View full article

Case study

Enlisting Authors To Make Conference Presentations More Accessible

March 17, 2021

Scholarly video is on the rise today in no small part due to the rise of virtual events– which are, on the whole, a massive opportunity to make conferences more accessible and inclusive. However, the same accommodations that are needed at in-person conferences, such as sign-language interpreters, are also required in the virtual world. If anything, it is easier to make content accessible online than it is in a physical environment: there is more time to prepare (and pre-record presentations), and there already exists web technology and standards that can be applied to make event platforms accessible. View full article