Archives par mot-clé : Scholarly Communication

Seeking Impact and Visibility: Scholarly Communication in Southern Africa

« African scholarly research is relatively invisible for three primary reasons: While research production on the continent is growing in absolute terms, it is falling in comparative terms (especially as other Southern countries such as China ramp up research production), reducing … Continuer la lecture

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Trust and Authority in Scholarly Communications in the…

Trust and Authority in Scholarly Communications in the Light of the Digital Transition: setting the scene for a major study : « The paper provides the results of the first phase of the research project Trust and Authority in Scholarly Communications … Continuer la lecture

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Scholarly Communication at Canadian Research Libraries Conversations with…

Scholarly Communication at Canadian Research Libraries: Conversations with Librarians : « INTRODUCTION. The landscape of librarianship in relation to the practice of scholarly communication is evolving. The objectives of this study were to investigate: the scope of scholarly communication activities within … Continuer la lecture

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Starting Scholarly Conversations A Scholarly Communication Outreach Program…

Starting Scholarly Conversations: A Scholarly Communication Outreach Program : « As the scholarly communication system continues to evolve, academic librarians should take an active role in both developing their own knowledge and educating their campus communities about emergent topics. At Furman … Continuer la lecture

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Data Curation in the OpenAIRE Scholarly Communication Infrastructure…

Data Curation in the OpenAIRE Scholarly Communication Infrastructure : « OpenAIRE is the European Union initiative for an Open Access Infrastructure for Research in support of open scholarly communication and access to the research output of European funded projects and open … Continuer la lecture

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Researchers and scholarly communications an evolving interdependency …

Researchers and scholarly communications: an evolving interdependency : « Scholarly communication is not just about communication. It is not the final stage of the publication process, solely a means of providing the ‘minutes of science’. Rather, it is a vital part … Continuer la lecture

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The Critical Role of Institutional Services in Open…

The Critical Role of Institutional Services in Open Access Advocacy : « This paper examines the development of the Open Access movement in scholarly communication, with particular attention to some of the rhetorical strategies and policy mechanisms used to promote it … Continuer la lecture

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The future of scholarly communication US efforts to…

The future of scholarly communication: US efforts to bring warring factions to common purpose in support of scholarship : « Key stakeholders in scholarly communication have been at odds over the purpose, mission and business models of publishing. This piece reviews … Continuer la lecture

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Institutional Repositories The Untapped Academic Goldmine This…

Institutional Repositories: The Untapped Academic Goldmine : « This paper looked at the influence of the Internet on scholarly communication and the emergence of various access-to knowledge initiatives, with stronger emphasis on institutional repositories (IRs). It highlighted the benefits of IRs … Continuer la lecture

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Economics of scholarly communication in transition Academic…

Economics of scholarly communication in transition : « Academic library budgets are the primary source of revenue for scholarly journal publishing. There is more than enough money in the budgets of academic libraries to fund a fully open access scholarly journal … Continuer la lecture

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