More than half of UK-authored research articles are made accessible for public view within 12 months, new Universities UK report shows

« A report commissioned by Universities UK (UUK) and conducted by UUK’s Open Access Coordination Group, including information analytics business Elsevier, … Continuer la lecture de « More than half of UK-authored research articles are made accessible for public view within 12 months, new Universities UK report shows »

Growing the artificial intelligence industry in the UK (.pdf)

« This independent review, carried out by Professor Dame Wendy Hall and Jérôme Pesenti reports on how the Artificial Intelligence industry … Continuer la lecture de « Growing the artificial intelligence industry in the UK (.pdf) »

Cost estimates of an open access mandate for monographs in the UK’s third Research Excellence Framework

« The recent ‘Consultation on the second Research Excellence Framework’ (REF) in the UK contains an annex that signals the extension … Continuer la lecture de « Cost estimates of an open access mandate for monographs in the UK’s third Research Excellence Framework »

Open in order to…discover buried connections: Text and Data Mining

“By « open access” to this literature, we mean its free availability on the public internet, permitting any users to read, … Continuer la lecture de « Open in order to…discover buried connections: Text and Data Mining »

Vous pouvez désormais lire gratuitement la thèse de Stephen Hawking sur l’expansion de l’univers

« Le physicien Stephen Hawking a décidé de rendre sa thèse accessible à tous, en donnant son accord pour l’intégrer dans … Continuer la lecture de « Vous pouvez désormais lire gratuitement la thèse de Stephen Hawking sur l’expansion de l’univers »

NaCTeM involved in research partnership with the BBC to unlock the potential of data in the media

« BBC Research and Development has launched a five-year research partnership with eight UK Universities, including the University of Manchester, to … Continuer la lecture de « NaCTeM involved in research partnership with the BBC to unlock the potential of data in the media »

British Library On Demand service extends to ‘least developed’ countries

« The On Demand document supply service provided by the British Library to non-commercial UK institutions has been extended to institutions … Continuer la lecture de « British Library On Demand service extends to ‘least developed’ countries »

University of Cambridge: LibGuide: Text & Data Mining (TDM)

« The aim of this guide is to make a start towards exposing the breadth of content (mostly library-subscribed) that may … Continuer la lecture de « University of Cambridge: LibGuide: Text & Data Mining (TDM) »

JISC: The push and pull towards new models of publishing

« Within the world of publishing, we are seeing some new trends emerge. Born from a desire to change the current … Continuer la lecture de « JISC: The push and pull towards new models of publishing »

A practical view on text data mining from ContentMine

« We at ContentMine are a non-profit NGO from Cambridge UK, who are practitioners on the forefront of text data mining … Continuer la lecture de « A practical view on text data mining from ContentMine »

British Library to investigate possibility of a ‘single digital presence’ for UK public libraries

« The British Library is to lead an 18-month scoping project to establish the demand for and possible shape of a … Continuer la lecture de « British Library to investigate possibility of a ‘single digital presence’ for UK public libraries »

Announcing the new British Library Research Data Strategy

« With the support of a Research Data Strategy since 2010, the Library has been active in services for research data … Continuer la lecture de « Announcing the new British Library Research Data Strategy »

Le “Research Data Shared Service” du Jisc intègre une solution de préservation à long terme

« Le JISC (Joint Information Systems Committe – UK ) construit un data pilot pour un service de données ( Research Data … Continuer la lecture de « Le “Research Data Shared Service” du Jisc intègre une solution de préservation à long terme »

JISC : Article processing charges in 2016

« Each year since 2013, Jisc Collections has asked UK institutions to submit data on their article processing charges (APCs). Last … Continuer la lecture de « JISC : Article processing charges in 2016 »

NaCTeM talk at University of Cambridge mentioned in blog

« John McNaught, deputy director of NaCTeM, gave a talk at the Text and Data Mining Symposium at the University of … Continuer la lecture de « NaCTeM talk at University of Cambridge mentioned in blog »

U. of Cambridge Office of Scholarly Communication Blog: Next steps for Text & Data Mining

« Sometimes the best way to find a solution is to just get the different stakeholders talking to each other – … Continuer la lecture de « U. of Cambridge Office of Scholarly Communication Blog: Next steps for Text & Data Mining »

Birkbeck Centre for Technology and Publishing releases scholarly communications platform, “Janeway”

« Birkbeck’s Centre for Technology and Publishing is pleased to announce the open-source release of its software for academic publishing. “Janeway” … Continuer la lecture de « Birkbeck Centre for Technology and Publishing releases scholarly communications platform, “Janeway” »

Jisc futures: our ‘painfully slow’ progress towards the goal of open science

« Tony Hey charts the progress of the US and UK Open Science movement (…) Nobel laureate Ken Wilson called computation … Continuer la lecture de « Jisc futures: our ‘painfully slow’ progress towards the goal of open science »

The Academic Book of the Future: A New BOOC From UCL Press

« This dynamic, innovative, evolving and open platform publishes contributions connected to the AHRC/British Library project, The Academic Book of the … Continuer la lecture de « The Academic Book of the Future: A New BOOC From UCL Press »

International and EU students in higher education in the UK FAQs

« This House of Commons briefing paper answers some frequently asked questions about international and EU students in the UK. It … Continuer la lecture de « International and EU students in higher education in the UK FAQs »

The Rise of New University Presses and Academic-Led Presses in the UK

« Our new report: Changing publishing ecologies: A landscape study of new university presses and academic-led publishing maps the rise of new university … Continuer la lecture de « The Rise of New University Presses and Academic-Led Presses in the UK »

UK Research and Innovation launches interim website

« An interim website has been launched today by UK Research & Innovation – www.ukri.org. The site will be a source … Continuer la lecture de « UK Research and Innovation launches interim website »

British Library Annual Report and Accounts 2016 to 2017 (.pdf)

« (…) The British Library’s six purposes define everything that we do and explain the enduring ways in which the funding … Continuer la lecture de « British Library Annual Report and Accounts 2016 to 2017 (.pdf) »

Jisc: Next Generation Research Environments – recommendations and next steps

(…) This post is an update on the Next Generation Research Environments’ discovery phase. The general message that came across, … Continuer la lecture de « Jisc: Next Generation Research Environments – recommendations and next steps »

Royal Society Open Science: Building a sustainable open science journal

« Since its launch in 2014, our newest journal, Royal Society Open Science, has operated a full waiver of all article … Continuer la lecture de « Royal Society Open Science: Building a sustainable open science journal »

The role of Research Libraries in the creation, archiving, curation, and preservation of tools for the Digital Humanities (.pdf)

« The purpose of this report is to present and discuss the results of the ‘Research Libraries and Digital Humanities Tools’ … Continuer la lecture de « The role of Research Libraries in the creation, archiving, curation, and preservation of tools for the Digital Humanities (.pdf) »

Research Data Infrastructures in the UK (.pdf)

« (…) This report is intended to inform the work of the Open Research Data Task Force, which has been established … Continuer la lecture de « Research Data Infrastructures in the UK (.pdf) »

Coopération franco-britannique : maintenir les relations universitaires, renforcer la mobilité et les partenariats de recherche

« La Conférence des présidents d’université et son homologue britannique (UUK) ont signé le 20 juin dernier, dans les locaux de … Continuer la lecture de « Coopération franco-britannique : maintenir les relations universitaires, renforcer la mobilité et les partenariats de recherche »

What are the possibilities for an Open Access Dashboard?

« We’re excited to announce a new project, which will test the feasibility of developing an Open Access Dashboard that would … Continuer la lecture de « What are the possibilities for an Open Access Dashboard? »

« Become part of the research process” – observations from RLUK2017

« When is a librarian not a librarian? Rather than a bad joke, this was one of the underlying interesting discussions arising from … Continuer la lecture de « « Become part of the research process” – observations from RLUK2017 »

CLIR and Jisc announce partnership to enhance digital services for libraries and research

« The Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR) and Jisc today announced a partnership to advance programs of mutual interest … Continuer la lecture de « CLIR and Jisc announce partnership to enhance digital services for libraries and research »

F1000 announces partnership with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

« F1000, a provider of a suite of services to support researchers, institutions and funders, has announced a partnership with the … Continuer la lecture de « F1000 announces partnership with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation »

Repères RSTI – Une nouvelle stratégie numérique britannique

« En complément avec le livre vert sur la stratégie industrielle annoncée en début d’année, la UK Digital Strategy présentée ici … Continuer la lecture de « Repères RSTI – Une nouvelle stratégie numérique britannique »

ProQuest joins Jisc’s Digital Archival Collections Group Purchasing Pilot

« ProQuest is working with Jisc to enable UK Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) to build strong, user-centered research collections that better … Continuer la lecture de « ProQuest joins Jisc’s Digital Archival Collections Group Purchasing Pilot »

What researchers told us about their experiences and expectations of scholarly communications ecosystems

« Publishers, vendors and librarians often discuss the needs of the researcher. However, it is not often that information professionals have … Continuer la lecture de « What researchers told us about their experiences and expectations of scholarly communications ecosystems »

UK University policy approaches towards the copyright ownership of scholarly works and the future of open access

« Considers how the open access policy environment has developed since the RoMEO (Rights Metadata for Open Archiving) Project’s call in … Continuer la lecture de « UK University policy approaches towards the copyright ownership of scholarly works and the future of open access »

Royaume-Uni : CLA and Reprints Desk partner to streamline document supply

« CLA’s Check Permissions search tool gives users a quick, simple solution to finding out whether a title is covered under … Continuer la lecture de « Royaume-Uni : CLA and Reprints Desk partner to streamline document supply »

Royaume-Uni : le prêt d’ebook en bibliothèque est assimilé au livre papier

« Le prêt de livres numériques fait débat en France, alors qu’un certain apaisement s’installe outre-Manche. Le gouvernement britannique a décidé … Continuer la lecture de « Royaume-Uni : le prêt d’ebook en bibliothèque est assimilé au livre papier »

Royaume-Uni : Jo Johnson demands tough penalties on student plagiarism

« Universities Minister Jo Johnson is today (Tuesday 21 February) calling on university and student bodies to do more to deal … Continuer la lecture de « Royaume-Uni : Jo Johnson demands tough penalties on student plagiarism »

Royaume-Uni : Metadata: the key to collaboration and a national bibliographic knowledgebase

« (…) Why do we need the NBK now? UK libraries are currently experiencing a ‘perfect storm’ in which user expectations … Continuer la lecture de « Royaume-Uni : Metadata: the key to collaboration and a national bibliographic knowledgebase »

ProQuest Explores Obstacles and Opportunities in Managing Book Collections

« ProQuest’s latest whitepaper “Obstacles and Opportunities: Ebooks, Print and the Impact of Choice on Libraries and the Users They Serve” … Continuer la lecture de « ProQuest Explores Obstacles and Opportunities in Managing Book Collections »

UK research funding pre- and post-Brexit: first observations

« Seven months after the United Kingdom voters expressed their will to leave the European Single Market and almost one year … Continuer la lecture de « UK research funding pre- and post-Brexit: first observations »

New UK-wide service will transform library collaboration: The National Bibliographic Knowledgebase

« As part of delivering on the vision of a UK national digital library, Jisc and OCLC announce a partnership to … Continuer la lecture de « New UK-wide service will transform library collaboration: The National Bibliographic Knowledgebase »

Royaume-Uni, Université de Loughborough : Using bibliometrics responsibly

« Loughborough University is proud of its achievements in research to date and has ambitious plans for the future in line … Continuer la lecture de « Royaume-Uni, Université de Loughborough : Using bibliometrics responsibly »

1000s of historic Shakespeare illustrations are now free to download and use

« One Cardiff University student’s PhD project is offering artists access to thousands of digital versions of historical Shakespeare illustrations – allowing … Continuer la lecture de « 1000s of historic Shakespeare illustrations are now free to download and use »

Déclaration sur les publications scientifiques par trois académies nationales – Académie des sciences, Leopoldina et Royal Society

« Les présidents des académies des sciences de France, d’Allemagne et de Grande-Bretagne ont remis officiellement à monsieur Carlos Moedas, Commissaire … Continuer la lecture de « Déclaration sur les publications scientifiques par trois académies nationales – Académie des sciences, Leopoldina et Royal Society »