Developments in Open Science

« Yesterday, the US National Academies announced publication of a new report called “Open Science by Design: Realizing a Vision for … Continuer la lecture de « Developments in Open Science »

The preprint dilemma: good for science, bad for the public? A discussion paper for the scientific community

« There is a quiet revolution taking place in scientific publishing and almost everyone I speak to thinks it’s long overdue. … Continuer la lecture de « The preprint dilemma: good for science, bad for the public? A discussion paper for the scientific community »

HIRMEOS Hypervideo on OA Monographs

« (…) The aim of the interactive video framework is to offer a point of reference for all those seeking information … Continuer la lecture de « HIRMEOS Hypervideo on OA Monographs »

TIB facilitates literature supply despite Elsevier blocking access to electronic journals

« Almost 800 journals available via TIB Document Delivery Talks between the scientific publisher Elsevier and the German Rectors’ Conference (HRK), … Continuer la lecture de « TIB facilitates literature supply despite Elsevier blocking access to electronic journals »

Données personnelles et recherche scientifique : quelle articulation dans le RGPD ?

« Travaillant en milieu universitaire, j’ai pu constater que les chercheurs se posent beaucoup de questions quant aux conséquences de l’entrée … Continuer la lecture de « Données personnelles et recherche scientifique : quelle articulation dans le RGPD ? »

Do altmetrics assess societal impact in the same way as case studies? An empirical analysis testing the convergent validity of altmetrics based on data from the UK Research Excellence Framework (REF)

« Altmetrics have been proposed as a way to assess the societal impact of research. Although altmetrics are already in use … Continuer la lecture de « Do altmetrics assess societal impact in the same way as case studies? An empirical analysis testing the convergent validity of altmetrics based on data from the UK Research Excellence Framework (REF) »