Data sharing made easier: use Repository Finder to find the right repository for your data

« More and more funders and publishers require research data to be made available in appropriate repositories, but determining which repository … Continuer la lecture de « Data sharing made easier: use Repository Finder to find the right repository for your data »

A tool for visualizing academic synergies

« The Affinity Map showing cross-laboratory collaboration among faculty at EPFL’s School of Architecture, Civil and Environmental Engineering (ENAC) is now … Continuer la lecture de « A tool for visualizing academic synergies »

Software Heritage Building the Universal Software Archive for Open Science [diaporama]

« (…) Our mission Collect, preserve and share the source code of all the software that is available Past, present and … Continuer la lecture de « Software Heritage Building the Universal Software Archive for Open Science [diaporama] »

The University Press Redux II Conference 2018

« (…) ‘Feisty and febrile academic publishing’: The University Press Redux II Anthony Cond and Lara Speicher University presses have too … Continuer la lecture de « The University Press Redux II Conference 2018 »

How information about library collections represents a treasure trove for research in the humanities and social sciences

« WorldCat, an aggregate database of library catalogues worldwide, was primarily set up to aid libraries in carrying out their work … Continuer la lecture de « How information about library collections represents a treasure trove for research in the humanities and social sciences »

Scientific impact increases when researchers publish in open access and international collaboration: A bibliometric analysis on poverty-related disease papers

« The European & Developing Countries Clinical Trials Partnership (EDCTP), like many other research funders, requires its grantees to make papers … Continuer la lecture de « Scientific impact increases when researchers publish in open access and international collaboration: A bibliometric analysis on poverty-related disease papers »