bloxberg – The novel Blockchain Consortium for Science

« The Max Planck Digital Library is pleased to announce the new research project bloxberg: the first trusted research infrastructure Twelve … Continuer la lecture de « bloxberg – The novel Blockchain Consortium for Science »

Source > mpdl.mpg.de, février 2019

#LundisNum | 11 février 2019 – Gautier Poupeau : rassembler les métadonnées des collections de l’INA [vidéo]

« Un modèle de données unique pour décrire toutes les collections de l’INA ; pourquoi ? Comment ? Les ressources conservées à … Continuer la lecture de « #LundisNum | 11 février 2019 – Gautier Poupeau : rassembler les métadonnées des collections de l’INA [vidéo] »

Source > youtube.com, #LundisNum, Gautier Poupeau (INA), 25 février 2019

AMRC Open Research – The new publishing platform for charity funded research

« The wait is over! We are excited to announce that 24 members of the Association of Medical Research Charities (AMRC) … Continuer la lecture de « AMRC Open Research – The new publishing platform for charity funded research »

Source > amrc.org.uk, Jocelyn LeBlanc ,Philip Dooner, 19 février 2019

Atypon acquires Authorea and Manuscripts and signals its plans for open science

« Atypon has announced today its acquisition of  two authoring platforms – Authorea and Manuscripts – enabling the company to provide … Continuer la lecture de « Atypon acquires Authorea and Manuscripts and signals its plans for open science »

Source > alpsp.org, Megan Prosser, 25 février 2019

When a Repository Is Not Enough: Redesigning a Digital Ecosystem to Serve Scholarly Communication

« Our library’s digital asset management system (DAMS) was no longer meeting digital asset management requirements or expanding scholarly communication needs. … Continuer la lecture de « When a Repository Is Not Enough: Redesigning a Digital Ecosystem to Serve Scholarly Communication »

Source > jlsc-pub.org, Sewell, R.R., Potvin, S., Melgoza, P., Creel, J.S., Huff, J.T., et al, Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication, 7(General Issue), eP2225. https://doi.org/10.7710/2162-3309.2225

Can Google Scholar and Mendeley help to assess the scholarly impacts of dissertations?

« Dissertations can be the single most important scholarly outputs of junior researchers. Whilst sets of journal articles are often evaluated … Continuer la lecture de « Can Google Scholar and Mendeley help to assess the scholarly impacts of dissertations? »

Source > arxiv.org, Kousha, K. & Thelwall, M., 2019, arXiv:1902.08746 [cs.DL]

Results of the nominations received for the position of IFLA President-elect 2019-2021

« IFLA has the pleasure of announcing the result of the count of the nominations received for IFLA President-elect 2019-2021. The … Continuer la lecture de « Results of the nominations received for the position of IFLA President-elect 2019-2021 »

Source > ifla.org, 25 février 2019

Introducing eLife’s first computationally reproducible article

« In September 2017 eLife announced the start of the Reproducible Document Stack (RDS) project, a collaboration between Substance, Stencila and … Continuer la lecture de « Introducing eLife’s first computationally reproducible article »

Source > elifesciences.org, Giuliano Maciocci, Michael Aufreiter, Nokome Bentley, 20 février 2019