Application of Natural Language Processing Algorithms to the Task of Automatic Classification of Russian Scientific Texts

« This work is devoted to the study of applicability of modern methods of machine learning to the task of automatic … Continuer la lecture de « Application of Natural Language Processing Algorithms to the Task of Automatic Classification of Russian Scientific Texts »

Can I write an article or book based on my open access thesis?

« This is an interesting question and one that early career researchers commonly ask. You’ve worked long and hard on your … Continuer la lecture de « Can I write an article or book based on my open access thesis? »

Refonte du système d’information relatif aux données de publications scientifiques du Hcéres

« La présente consultation a pour objet de définir, construire et mettre en place une organisation des données et des processus … Continuer la lecture de « Refonte du système d’information relatif aux données de publications scientifiques du Hcéres »

Trends for open access to publications

« Data and case studies covering access to scientific publications. Bibliometric data as well as well as data on the policies … Continuer la lecture de « Trends for open access to publications »

Styler un document PoPuPS avec LibreOffice

« Ce court manuel est principalement destiné aux éditeurs des revues diffusées par PoPuPS mais peut évidement être utile pour tous … Continuer la lecture de « Styler un document PoPuPS avec LibreOffice »

Blacklists and Whitelists To Tackle Predatory Publishing: a Cross-Sectional Comparison and Thematic Analysis

« We aimed to develop an in-depth understanding of quality criteria for scholarly journals by analyzing journals and publishers indexed in … Continuer la lecture de « Blacklists and Whitelists To Tackle Predatory Publishing: a Cross-Sectional Comparison and Thematic Analysis »

Automating repository workflows with Orpheus, an Open Source database of journals and publishers [diaporama]

« Repository management relies on knowledge of numerous attributes of academic journals, such as revenue model (subscription, hybrid or fully Open … Continuer la lecture de « Automating repository workflows with Orpheus, an Open Source database of journals and publishers [diaporama] »

Elsevier metadata feed via Publications Router is now live

« Jisc’s Publications Router is now distributing Elsevier metadata to participating institutions, notifying them of their researchers’ articles published by the … Continuer la lecture de « Elsevier metadata feed via Publications Router is now live »

The gold rush: Why open access will boost publisher profits

« An important justification for transitioning from a subscription based journal publishing system to an open access journal publishing system, has … Continuer la lecture de « The gold rush: Why open access will boost publisher profits »

New SAGE Publishing report lays groundwork for improving social and behavioral science impact metrics

« Report kicks off initiative to help researchers demonstrate and achieve impact While measurement of science impact has traditionally been synonymous … Continuer la lecture de « New SAGE Publishing report lays groundwork for improving social and behavioral science impact metrics »

Open and closed – What do reverse flips tell us about the scholarly publishing landscape?

« The progress of Open Access (OA) is often measured by the proportion of journals that have transitioned to OA publication … Continuer la lecture de « Open and closed – What do reverse flips tell us about the scholarly publishing landscape? »

What does better peer review look like? Underlying principles and recommendations for better practice

« We conducted a literature review of best practice in peer review. Following this research, we identified five principles for better … Continuer la lecture de « What does better peer review look like? Underlying principles and recommendations for better practice »

The “impact” of the Journal Impact Factor in the review, tenure, and promotion process

« The Journal Impact Factor (JIF) – a measure reflecting the average number of citations to recent articles published in a journal – … Continuer la lecture de « The “impact” of the Journal Impact Factor in the review, tenure, and promotion process »

Challenges and Opportunities in Pre-published Research

« It can take months or even years for research to go from ideation to publication, with the vast majority of … Continuer la lecture de « Challenges and Opportunities in Pre-published Research »

SONAR – Swiss Open Access Repository: First tests to recover full-text files of Swiss publications

« On the 3rd of April took place a common working meeting of the 4 SONAR partners (HES-SO/HEG Genève, HTW Chur, … Continuer la lecture de « SONAR – Swiss Open Access Repository: First tests to recover full-text files of Swiss publications »

Horizon Dashboard : nouvelles données sur la propriété intellectuelle et les publications scientifiques des projets FP7 et H2020

« La nouvelle version d’Horizon Dashboard offre désormais des informations sur la propriété intellectuelle (PI) et les publications scientifiques collectées par … Continuer la lecture de « Horizon Dashboard : nouvelles données sur la propriété intellectuelle et les publications scientifiques des projets FP7 et H2020 »

Définir les auteurs d’une publication, en 8 points

1 -« Qui est auteur d’une publication ? Les quatre conditions 2 – Qui est contributeur non auteur ? 3 – … Continuer la lecture de « Définir les auteurs d’une publication, en 8 points »

The impact of the open-access status on journal indices: a review of medical journals

« Over the past few decades, there has been an increase in the number of open access (OA) journals in almost … Continuer la lecture de « The impact of the open-access status on journal indices: a review of medical journals »

Sci-Hub, a challenge for academic and research libraries

« Sci-Hub emerged into the field of scientific communication in 2011 as a platform for free access to scientific papers. It … Continuer la lecture de « Sci-Hub, a challenge for academic and research libraries »

Who Is (Likely) Peer-Reviewing Your Papers? A Partial Insight into the World’s Top Reviewers

« Scientific publishing is experiencing unprecedented growth in terms of outputs across all fields. Inevitably this creates pressure throughout the system … Continuer la lecture de « Who Is (Likely) Peer-Reviewing Your Papers? A Partial Insight into the World’s Top Reviewers »

Open Access Escape Room: the key to OA engagement?

« At the University of Essex, we took a bold, brave and curious approach to increasing engagement during Open Access Week … Continuer la lecture de « Open Access Escape Room: the key to OA engagement? »

‘At a glance’ visualization for publishers of most popular and most effective sharing channels used by researchers

« (…) We are excited to have just launched the latest feature for our publisher partners, allowing them to gain new … Continuer la lecture de « ‘At a glance’ visualization for publishers of most popular and most effective sharing channels used by researchers »

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 »

The Unstoppable Rise of Sci-Hub: How does a new generation of researchers perceive Sci-Hub?

« How do early career researchers (ECRs) use Sci-Hub and why? In this post David Nicholas assesses early career researcher attitudes … Continuer la lecture de « The Unstoppable Rise of Sci-Hub: How does a new generation of researchers perceive Sci-Hub? »

Springer Nature partners with the Breast Cancer Research Foundation to improve data sharing

« A new pilot project by Springer Nature and the Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF) enables researchers to make their research … Continuer la lecture de « Springer Nature partners with the Breast Cancer Research Foundation to improve data sharing »

Merits and Limits: Applying open data to monitor open access publications in bibliometric databases

« Identifying and monitoring Open Access (OA) publications might seem a trivial task while practical efforts prove otherwise. Contradictory information arise … Continuer la lecture de « Merits and Limits: Applying open data to monitor open access publications in bibliometric databases »

PLOS Provides Feedback on the Implementation of Plan S

« We welcome Plan S as a ‘decisive step towards the realisation of full open access’, in particular the push it … Continuer la lecture de « PLOS Provides Feedback on the Implementation of Plan S »

« Revue-Sommaire » un nouveau mode d’accès aux ressources ISTEX

« ISTEX est une plateforme de plus de 21 millions d’objets documentaires (articles, chapitres de livres…) qui a pour ambition d’offrir, … Continuer la lecture de « « Revue-Sommaire » un nouveau mode d’accès aux ressources ISTEX »

Open Research Knowledge Graph: Towards Machine Actionability in Scholarly Communication

« Despite improved digital access to scientific publications in the last decades, the fundamental principles of scholarly communication remain unchanged and … Continuer la lecture de « Open Research Knowledge Graph: Towards Machine Actionability in Scholarly Communication »

A multidimensional perspective on the citation impact of scientific publications

« The citation impact of scientific publications is usually seen as a one-dimensional concept. We introduce a three-dimensional perspective on the … Continuer la lecture de « A multidimensional perspective on the citation impact of scientific publications »

Open access mythbusting: Testing two prevailing assumptions about the effects of open access adoption

« This article looks at whether there is evidence to support two prevailing assumptions about open access (OA). These assumptions are: … Continuer la lecture de « Open access mythbusting: Testing two prevailing assumptions about the effects of open access adoption »

Peer Review ouvert : accepté par auteurs et relecteurs… à promouvoir car le peer review aveugle n’est pas éthique

« Le peer-review ouvert consiste à mettre en ligne les avis des relecteurs (signés ou non signés) avec l’article publié, ainsi … Continuer la lecture de « Peer Review ouvert : accepté par auteurs et relecteurs… à promouvoir car le peer review aveugle n’est pas éthique »

Readership Data and Research Impact

« Reading academic publications is a key scholarly activity. Scholars accessing and recording academic publications online are producing new types of … Continuer la lecture de « Readership Data and Research Impact »

Market research report: What has become of new entrants in research workflows and scholarly communication?

« Over the years, many names of new entrants in research workflows and scholarly communication have appeared. These players aim to … Continuer la lecture de « Market research report: What has become of new entrants in research workflows and scholarly communication? »

Les finances de PLOS vont moins bien : modèle APC pose-t-il problème ? Compétition avec Scientific Reports, etc…

« Le rapport financier de 2017 du groupe PLOS a été rendu public en décembre 2018 (rapport des auditeurs le 30 … Continuer la lecture de « Les finances de PLOS vont moins bien : modèle APC pose-t-il problème ? Compétition avec Scientific Reports, etc… »

Successful journal flipping: TIB supports new journal Quantitative Science Studies

« The new year begins with good news: The International Society for Scientometrics and Informetrics (ISSI) and its partners announce the … Continuer la lecture de « Successful journal flipping: TIB supports new journal Quantitative Science Studies »

Change ahead: How do smaller publishers perceive open access?

« (…) While libraries and funding bodies in German-speaking countries have been negotiating Open Access Agreements with large publishers for years … Continuer la lecture de « Change ahead: How do smaller publishers perceive open access? »

Wiley and Projekt DEAL partner to enhance the future of scholarly research and publishing in Germany

« Wiley and Projekt DEAL establish groundbreaking partnership for Germany to pilot new publishing models, better enable researchers to create and … Continuer la lecture de « Wiley and Projekt DEAL partner to enhance the future of scholarly research and publishing in Germany »

Scholarly journals in building and civil engineering – the big picture and current impact of open access

« The publishing of scholarly peer reviewed journals has in the past 20 years moved from print to primarily digital publishing, … Continuer la lecture de « Scholarly journals in building and civil engineering – the big picture and current impact of open access »

Discipline-specific open access publishing practices and barriers to change: an evidence-based review

« (…) Many of the discussions surrounding Open Access (OA) revolve around how it affects publishing practices across different academic disciplines. … Continuer la lecture de « Discipline-specific open access publishing practices and barriers to change: an evidence-based review »

Valoriser les publications d’un laboratoire universitaire dans l’environnement de la science ouverte : Retour d’expérience de la collection GERiiCO sur HAL

 » La question de la diffusion des résultats de la recherche et, en particulier, le libre accès aux publications des … Continuer la lecture de « Valoriser les publications d’un laboratoire universitaire dans l’environnement de la science ouverte : Retour d’expérience de la collection GERiiCO sur HAL »

Springer Nature and DEAL: Considerable progress in negotiations

« Springer Nature and Project DEAL of the Alliance of Science Organisations in Germany have made considerable progress in their negotiations … Continuer la lecture de « Springer Nature and DEAL: Considerable progress in negotiations »

Are Funder Open Access Platforms a Good Idea?

« As open access (OA) to publications continues to gather momentum, we should continuously question whether it is moving in the … Continuer la lecture de « Are Funder Open Access Platforms a Good Idea? »

Göttingen University Press Platform now supports Annotation via Hypothes.is

« Within the HIRMEOS project, Göttingen University Press aims to add on its platform new services that allow for deeper interaction … Continuer la lecture de « Göttingen University Press Platform now supports Annotation via Hypothes.is »

Negative Effects of “Predatory” Journals on Global Health Research

« Predatory journals (PJ) exploit the open-access model promising high acceptance rate and fast track publishing without proper peer review. At … Continuer la lecture de « Negative Effects of “Predatory” Journals on Global Health Research »

A Very Long Embargo: Journal Choice Reveals Active Non-Compliance with Funder Open Access Policies by Australian and Canadian Neuroscientists

« Research funders around the world have implemented open access policies that require funded research to be made open access, usually … Continuer la lecture de « A Very Long Embargo: Journal Choice Reveals Active Non-Compliance with Funder Open Access Policies by Australian and Canadian Neuroscientists »

Lancement du site licence.rnbm

« Découvrez dès maintenant la nouvelle version du site licence.rnbm ! Le site réunit un ensemble d’informations se rapportant aux contrats … Continuer la lecture de « Lancement du site licence.rnbm »

Frontiers supplies full-text articles to Publications Router

« Frontiers is the latest open access publisher to distribute content automatically to institutional repositories via Jisc’s Publications Router service. This … Continuer la lecture de « Frontiers supplies full-text articles to Publications Router »

Accès à Springer partiellement coupé – Message d’Alain Schuhl, directeur général délégué à la science du CNRS – 24 octobre 2018

 » (…) En pratique : Cette coupure concerne tous les articles non Open Access publiés à partir de 2018. Les … Continuer la lecture de « Accès à Springer partiellement coupé – Message d’Alain Schuhl, directeur général délégué à la science du CNRS – 24 octobre 2018 »

Retraction Watch: We’re officially launching our database

« We’re officially launching the Retraction Watch Database of more than 18,000 retractions, along with a six-page package of stories and … Continuer la lecture de « Retraction Watch: We’re officially launching our database »

Do authors comply when funders enforce open access to research?

« Last month, European research funders collectively called for research publications to be made free, fully and immediately; so far, 14 … Continuer la lecture de « Do authors comply when funders enforce open access to research? »

Timeline of technologies for publishing (1963-2018)

« Sections of the timeline: Hardware, OS & platforms Reading softwares Publishing softwares Softwares and systems for text Web-based technologies Formats … Continuer la lecture de « Timeline of technologies for publishing (1963-2018) »