Text and data mining: a new service for libraries?

« Text and data mining (TDM), the automated analysis of digital data searching for trends, correlations and patterns, is rapidly gaining … Continuer la lecture de « Text and data mining: a new service for libraries? »

Source > epthinktank.eu, 20 octobre 2017

Apply now! Second call for proposals for alternative funding mechanism for non-author fee based open access publishing

« The OpenAIRE EC FP7 Post-Grant Open Access Pilot is pleased to announce a new call for bids, this time to … Continuer la lecture de « Apply now! Second call for proposals for alternative funding mechanism for non-author fee based open access publishing »

Source > blogs.openaire.eu, Gwen Franck, 22 octobre 2017

Digitization Collaborative Provides Open Access to Over 100 Years of American Medical History through the Internet Archive

« The Medical Heritage Library has released 3,907 state medical society journal volumes free of charge for nearly 50 state medical … Continuer la lecture de « Digitization Collaborative Provides Open Access to Over 100 Years of American Medical History through the Internet Archive »

Source > medicalheritage.org, 4 octobre 2017

Google Scholar : ami ou ennemi des outils professionnels ?

« Dans l’imaginaire collectif des professionnels de l’information, Google Scholar, le moteur de recherche académique de Google, apparaît comme un concurrent … Continuer la lecture de « Google Scholar : ami ou ennemi des outils professionnels ? »

Source > fla-consultants.com, 19 octobre 2017

The Open Science Cafe at the Open Science Fair

« In order for open science to happen, it is important to get out of your own bubble and connect to … Continuer la lecture de « The Open Science Cafe at the Open Science Fair »

Source > libereurope.eu, Martine Oudenhoven, 20 octobre 2017