Scholarly Communication Practices in Humanities and Social Sciences: A Study of Researchers’ Attitudes and Awareness of Open Access

« This paper examines issues relating to the perceptions and adoption of open access (OA) and institutional repositories. Using a survey … Continuer la lecture de « Scholarly Communication Practices in Humanities and Social Sciences: A Study of Researchers’ Attitudes and Awareness of Open Access »

Source > doi.org, Bhuva Narayan, Edward J. Luca, Belinda Tiffen, Ashley England, Mal Booth, Henry Boateng, Published Online: 2018-12-13 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/opis-2018-0013

British Library to develop shared open access repository services

« The British Library, working with a group of cultural and memory organisations, is piloting a shared repository service for research … Continuer la lecture de « British Library to develop shared open access repository services »

Source > bl.uk/press-releases, 2 juillet 2018

Invitation to Tender: Open Access Shared Repository for the British Library

« The British Library intends to establish a research repository infrastructure to support a number of services, including a new institutional … Continuer la lecture de « Invitation to Tender: Open Access Shared Repository for the British Library »

Source > contractsfinder.service.gov.uk, avril 2018

Recommendations for Next Generation Repositories – now available on GitHub

« In November 2017, the COAR Next Generation Repositories Working Group published a report outlining new behaviours and technologies for repositories. … Continuer la lecture de « Recommendations for Next Generation Repositories – now available on GitHub »

Source > coar-repositories.org, 15 février 2018

COAR Next Generation Repositories

« The report, Behaviours and Technical Recommendations of the COAR Next Generation Repositories Working Group is now available. The next generation … Continuer la lecture de « COAR Next Generation Repositories »

Source > coar-repositories.org, 28 novembre 2017

Operation beprexit

« This fall, the Penn Libraries will begin exploring open source options for hosting Penn’s institutional repository, ScholarlyCommons, which provides free … Continuer la lecture de « Operation beprexit »

Source > beprexit.wordpress.com, 9 octobre 2017

Institutional Repositories and Academic Social Networks: Competition or Complement? A Study of Open Access Policy Compliance vs. ResearchGate Participation

« The popularity of academic social networks like ResearchGate and Academia.edu indicates that scholars want to share their work, yet for … Continuer la lecture de « Institutional Repositories and Academic Social Networks: Competition or Complement? A Study of Open Access Policy Compliance vs. ResearchGate Participation »

Source > jlsc-pub.org, Julia A. Lovett, Andrée J. Rathemacher, Divana Boukari, Corey Lang, Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication. 5(1). DOI: http://doi.org/10.7710/2162-3309.2183

COAR: Aligning Repository Networks: International Accord

International Accord « Collectively we aspire to strengthen and enhance the distributed, community-based open access infrastructure around the world. Moreover, we … Continuer la lecture de « COAR: Aligning Repository Networks: International Accord »

Source > coar-repositories.org, 8 mai 2017

Couperin : L’enquête 2017 sur les archives ouvertes est lancée

« (…) Cette enquête permettra de compléter et de mettre à jour les enquêtes de 2012 et 2014 en se focalisant … Continuer la lecture de « Couperin : L’enquête 2017 sur les archives ouvertes est lancée »

Source > couperin.org, 7 février 2017

Croatian national repository system DABAR & OpenAIRE

« For a small academic and research community like Croatia it is important to build national collaborative infrastructure at different levels … Continuer la lecture de « Croatian national repository system DABAR & OpenAIRE »

Source > blogs.openaire.eu, Jadranka Stojanovski, 7 février 2017

COAR: Next Generation Repositories: February 7, 2017 – draft for public comment

« In April 2016, the Confederation of Open Access Repositories (COAR) launched a working group to help identify new functionalities and … Continuer la lecture de « COAR: Next Generation Repositories: February 7, 2017 – draft for public comment »

Source > comment.coar-repositories.org, 7 février 2017

Espagne : Ranking Web of Repositories (2017)

« This is first 2017 edition of the Ranking Web of Repositories, that it is published since 2008. The current edition … Continuer la lecture de « Espagne : Ranking Web of Repositories (2017) »

Source > repositories.webometrics.info, janvier 2017

2016 Chinese Institutional Repository Conference and launch of the new repository group in China, CHAIR

« The 4th annual Chinese Institutional Repository Conference took place in Chongqing, China on September 21-22, 2016, with the theme of … Continuer la lecture de « 2016 Chinese Institutional Repository Conference and launch of the new repository group in China, CHAIR »

Source > blogs.openaire.eu, Kathleen Shearer, 27 octobre 2016

LA Referencia: Implementing the OpenAIRE guidelines in Latin America

« (…) LA Referencia, in cooperation with COAR is working with OpenAIRE to achieve this. LA Referencia is an initiative of … Continuer la lecture de « LA Referencia: Implementing the OpenAIRE guidelines in Latin America »

Source > blogs.openaire.eu, 17 juin 2016

Feuille de route du CCSD 2016-2020

« Le comité scientifique et technique ainsi que le comité de pilotage du CCSD ont validé la feuille de route 2016-2020. … Continuer la lecture de « Feuille de route du CCSD 2016-2020 »

Source > blog.ccsd.cnrs.fr, Actualités, 20 juin 2016

Green OA and the Interoperability of Institutional Repositories

« The increase of Open Access (OA), as a percentage of all peer-reviewed research articles, is not in dispute. There are … Continuer la lecture de « Green OA and the Interoperability of Institutional Repositories »

Source > lj.libraryjournal.com, John Parsons, 31 mai 2016

Final Report EUNIS – EUROCRIS Joint Survey on CRIS and IR

« Current Research Information Systems (CRISs) and Institutional Repositories (IRs) are two main components of the Research Information Management realm. The … Continuer la lecture de « Final Report EUNIS – EUROCRIS Joint Survey on CRIS and IR »

Source > http://www.eurocris.org, Ligia Ribeiro, Pablo de Castro, Michele Mennielli, mars 2016