Document supply of grey literature and o…

Document supply of grey literature and open access: an update :
L’article analyse l’impact des archives ouvertes sur la fourniture de documents de la littérature grise. Il s’appuie sur une analyse comparative de 5 centres d’information scientifique : The British Library (UK), CISTI (Canada), INIST-CNRS (France), KISTI (Corée du Sud) and TIB Hannover (Allemagne).

Nouveau moteur de recherche : http://www…

Nouveau moteur de recherche :
En interrogeant simultanément les bases de données existantes les plus importantes, et en proposant des outils innovants, ce site est le carrefour où se rencontrent l’offre et la demande des besoins de la recherche au développement : projets, partenaires, technologie, expertises, événements…

Royal Holloway sets open-access mandate …

Royal Holloway sets open-access mandate :
Royal Holloway, University of London has approved an open-access publication policy. All its researchers must deposit copies of their research in the Royal Holloway Research Online (RHRO) repository from 1 September 2010.

The Open Access citation advantage: Studies and results to date

Author : Alma Swan

This paper presents a summary of reported studies on the Open Access citation advantage. There is a brief introduction to the main issues involved in carrying out such studies, both methodological and interpretive.

The study listing provides some details of the coverage, methodological approach and main conclusions of each study.


Achieving Efficiency Improvements in the…

Achieving Efficiency Improvements in the Health sector through ICTs – OECD final report :
This report presents an analysis of OECD countries’ efforts to implement information and communication technologies (ICTs) in health care systems. It provides advice on the range of policy options, conditions and practices that policy makers can adapt to their own national circumstances to accelerate adoption and effective use of these technologies. The analysis draws upon a considerable body of recent literature and in, particular, lessons learned from case studies in six OECD countries (Australia, Canada, the Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, and the United States), all of which reported varying degrees of success deploying health ICT solutions. (117 pages)