“Tailor-ED graduated from the Y Combinator startup accelerator earlier this year. At that time, the company only offered math materials for grades three to six. Now, Tailor-ED covers K-8 math. It’s used in more than 1,500 schools worldwide, with 70 schools that pay for subscriptions. Most of those paying schools are international.
CEO and co-founder Maayan Yavne says she wants to add English language arts materials next and continue to build partnerships with content publishers….”
“New product from Digital Science, a major corporate player, will make information about scholarly research life cycle available free to individual scientists.
Recent months have brought much agitation among academic researchers over the role of for-profit companies in the scholarly workflow. There is growing mistrust of how scholarly networking sites Academia.edu and ResearchGate are handling researchers’ data. And major companies such as Elsevier have expanded their footprint into all stages of the research process, raising questions over whether it is wise for researchers and institutions to become reliant on one company’s services amid fears of future fee hikes….”
“OpenEdition Books is a web platform for books in the humanities and social sciences. More than half of them are available in Open Access. Additional services are available through subscribing libraries and institutions….”