Arcadia | Protecting endangered culture and nature
Including a bibliography of Arcadia’s publications; works on the cost of academic publishing and the open access mandate in the United Kingdom; general publications on open access; and links to useful websites and open access organizations.
10 days ago
Hello, we’re Juno.
Solicitors who take the stress out of moving home.
flat  home 
12 days ago
The Evolving Scholarly Record
oclc 2014
This report presents a framework to help organize and drive discussions about the evolving scholarly record. The framework provides a high-level view of the categories of material the scholarly record potentially encompasses, as well as the key stakeholder roles associated with the creation, management, and use of the scholarly record.

A confluence of trends is accelerating changes to the scholarly record's content and stakeholder roles.
Scholarly outcomes are contextualized by materials generated in the process and aftermath of scholarly inquiry.
The research process generates materials covering methods employed, evidence used, and formative discussion.
The research aftermath generates materials covering discussion, revision, and reuse of scholarly outcomes.
The scholarly record is evolving to have greater emphasis on collecting and curating context of scholarly inquiry.
The scholarly record’s stakeholder ecosystem encompasses four key roles: create, fix, collect, and use.
The stakeholder ecosystem supports thinking about how roles are reconfigured as the scholarly record evolves.
Scholarly_Communication  report 
20 days ago
sherpa doar open access sustainability
23 days ago
Register of Commission expert groups and other similar entities
Horizon 2020 expert group on Future of Scholarly Publishing and scholarly Communication (E03463)
10 weeks ago
CHORUS is creating a future where the output flowing from funded research is easily and permanently discoverable, accessible and verifiable by anyone in the world.
10 weeks ago
Running for Fitness
training calculator race times
september 2017
Elsevier Acquires bepress - The Scholarly Kitchen
Today's breaking news: Elsevier acquires bepress, the institutional repository provider
elsevier  institutional_repository 
august 2017
[ARCHIVED] Open Citations Project : Jisc
The Open Citations Project is global in scope, designed to change the face of scientific publishing. It aims to make bibliographic citation links as easy to use as Web links, and its goals are four-fold: (i) To establish, a public RDF triplestore for biomedical literature citations. (ii) To harvest the reference lists from many current and recent open access journal articles, starting with those in UK Pubmed Central, those published by the Public Library of Science and Biomed Central, those from other publishers willing for CrossRef to release their data, and articles from other Open Access repositories such as EPrints. (iii) To convert these datasets into RDF, using CiTO, the Citation Typing Ontology ( to encode the citation information. (iv) To publish these citation datasets as Open Linked Data on the Talis Connected Commons Platform under an open data license in both human- and computer-accessible formats. As such, the Open Citation Project seeks to promote citation datasets as first class information objects. The reference list from each article processed will be published as an individual named graph, with its own individual Digital Object Identifier (DOI) assigned by the relevant publisher via CrossRef or by the British Library on behalf of the DataCite Project.
august 2017
The Challenge of Brand-Name Journals and OA: Interview with Stuart Taylor
The impact factor is the numerical value that people tend to put on the journal brand, but I don’t think it’s the impact factor per se in which they’re interested. Rather, it’s the pecking order, or hierarchy, of the journals.
august 2017
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