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Kudos and Impact Science Launch the Coronavirus Knowledge Cooperative

Kudos and Impact Science are building on the model of their Climate Change Knowledge Cooperative and creating the Coronavirus Knowledge Cooperative. The launch partners are the American Chemical Society, de Gruyter, Hindawi, SAGE, the University of Toronto Press, and Wolters Kluwer.

The cooperative is “a cross-publisher initiative to help broader audiences find, understand and act on research relating to COVID-19, coronaviruses and other infectious and respiratory diseases,” writes Charlie Rapple, Kudos’ chief customer officer. The publisher partners “will nominate key content to be explained in plain language, and promoted through a single ‘magazine-style’ website.”

The Climate Change Knowledge Cooperative launched in September 2021 and “the scale of uptake—both by publishers and by audiences—has exceeded all [of Kudos’] expectations,” writes Rapple. It now has more than 20 sponsors from the scholarly publishing and communications sector. Rapple notes, “The [Coronavirus] Knowledge Cooperative will closely follow this proven model, which also includes a research element to provide sponsors with strategic insights about broader audiences’ information needs, behaviours and expectations.”

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