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Bioline International - reducing the south to north knowledge gap - 0 views

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    from website: "Bioline International is a not-for-profit scholarly publishing cooperative committed to providing open access to quality research Internationals published in developing countries. BI's goal of reducing the South to North knowledge gap is crucial to a global understanding of health (tropical medicine, infectious diseases, epidemiology, emerging new diseases), biodiversity, the environment, conservation and International development. By providing a platform for the distribution of peer-reviewed Internationals (currently from Bangladesh, Brazil, Chile, China, Colombia, Egypt, Ghana, India, Iran, Kenya, Malaysia, Nigeria, Tanzania, Turkey, Uganda and Venezuela), BI helps to reduce the global knowledge divide by making bioscience information generated in these countries available to the International research community world-wide." The site offers a range of Internationals, with full text access. Areas include zoology, health, agriculture, and nutrition. There aren't a lot of Internationals so the site is manageable. Good source if you are a scientist seeking data/information from areas other than the west.
klewis5

Open Access - 7 views

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    Peter Suber is Director of the Office for Scholarly Communication Office at Harvard, Director of the Harvard Open Access Project, a Faculty Fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society, and Senior Researcher at SPARC (Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition). He is widely considered the de facto leader of the worldwide open access movement.
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    Suber's book on Open Acces is a really comperhensive resource on OA and I recommend it to anyone. It is a great starting point for anyone who is interested in OA. As you'll notice if you open the link above, the book is (naturally) avaliable free of charge in various formats.
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    Algunos datos recientes sobre academia y acceso abierto/some recent figures about academy and open access (http://firstmonday.org/ojs/index.php/fm/article/view/4370) "Today, there are more than 9,000 fully open access, scholarly peer-reviewed journals listed in the Directory of Open Access journals (DOAJ), and the DOAJ's net growth is a fairly consistent three-four titles per day. There are over 2,000 open access repositories listed in the Directory of Open Access Repositories (OpenDOAR). A cross-search of open access repositories using the Bielefeld Academic Search Engine encompasses over 40 million documents, a number that is growing by the millions every quarter (Morrison, 2005-). The producers of academic journal are the same that consume such journals: "Returning to the topic of academic library budgets as the primary support for scholarly journals, Michael Mabe (2011), CEO of the journal Association of Scientific, Technical and Medical Publishers (STM), recently affirmed that about 80-90 percent of the US$8 billion in revenue that goes to producers of the world's peer-reviewed scholarly journals comes from library subscriptions, as reported by Ware and Mabe [4]. Ware and Mabe's analysis is based in part on research by the Research Information Network (2008), which found that journals publishing revenues are generated primarily from academic library subscriptions (68-75 percent of the total revenue), followed by corporate subscriptions (15-17 percent), advertising (four percent), membership fees and personal subscriptions (three percent), and various author-side payments (three percent)."
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    Thank you very much for sharing.
qammer

Open Access Journals Impact Factors - 0 views

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    OMICS Group international is an Open Access publisher that publishes about 400 internationals in the fields of Clinical, Medical, Engineering, Life Sciences and Pharmaceuticals with a team of above 30000 editorial board members. It organizes over 300 international Conferences in a year worldwide and signed an agreement with more than 1000 international Societies to make the scientific and healthcare information Open Access.
scat39

OMICS Group | Open Access Journals | Scientific Conferences & Events Organizer - 1 views

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    OMICS Group is a scientific organization that drives the progress of research through open access journals and organizes journal conferences. Se pueden ver journals open access
lubajung

Journal of Information Literacy - 2 views

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    This is an international, peer- reviewed international that aims to investigate information literacy in all its forms to address the interests of diverse Information Literacy communities of practice. This international provides open access!! to its publications, and it is possible to download them as well. You can find here articles, projects, book reviews, conference corner, and archive. The international is published twice a year. Great resource with such a wide scope!
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    This does look good -- thanks for sharing it.
Kevin Stranack

Anatomy of open access publishing: a study of longitudinal development and internal structure - 1 views

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    "OA journal publishing is disrupting the dominant subscription-based model of scientific publishing, having rapidly grown in relative annual share of published journal articles during the last decade. "
Ibraghimova Irina

initiative to open access to medical research - 4 views

Patients and Carers Granted Access to Over 300 Wiley Journals Wiley Will Grant Access to Research Without Charge via patientACCESS John Wiley & Sons, Inc., has announced it will join patientACCE...

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started by Ibraghimova Irina on 13 Oct 14 no follow-up yet
christofhar

DESIDOC Journal of Library & Information Technology - 0 views

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    DESIDOC Journal of Library & Information Technology (DJLIT), is an Journal, peer-reviewed, open access jounal that endeavours to bring recent developments in information technology, as applicable to library and information science. It is meant for librarians, documentation and information professionals, researchers students and others interested in the field. It is published bimonthly. It was formerly known as 'DESIDOC Bulletin of Information Technology (DBIT)'.
robert morris

Journal of Free Software & Free Knowledge - 3 views

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    This journal needs authors. I was thinking of collaborative writing, iteration, article building.
Kutty Kumar

Information Research: an international electronic international. Information science, Information management, Information systems, Information retrieval, Digital libraries, Information seeking behaviour, Information seeking behavior, World Wide Web, WWW - 0 views

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    Information Research, is an open access, international, peer-reviewed, scholarly international, dedicated to making accessible the results of research across a wide range of information-related disciplines. It is privately published and edited by Professor T.D. Wilson. It is hosted, and given technical support, by Lund University Libraries, Sweden and editorial support by the University of Borås, Sweden.
egmaggie

Stance: An International Undergraduate Philosophy International - 0 views

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    Being an Assistant Editorial Board Member with Stance as an undergraduate was one of my first experiences with the publishing process and is, in part, why I became so interested in the topic of publishing. When this unit came up, I immediately thought of the journal, but I wasn't sure if they were open access.... Glad to realize they are!
monde3297

International Development and Research Capacities: Increasing Access to African Scholarly Publishing | Metcalfe | Canadian International of Higher Education - 2 views

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    International Development and Research Capacities: Increasing Access to African Scholarly Publishing
Raúl Marcó del Pont

International Association for the Study of Common Property (IASCP) - 0 views

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    Although IASCP is devoted to the study of institutions for the management of environmental resources (such as forests, oceans and land) held or used collectively by communities, its WWW site provides a wealth of information for scholars of common pool resources in diverse disciplines. It also seeks to allow an exchange of scholarship between members, researchers, students and other CPR practitioners. Publishes quarterly journal called Common Property Resource Digest. WWW site includes: (a) Searchable CPR bibliographies (see entry for Workshop in Political Theory and Policy Analysis) (b) abstracts of papers from past IASCP conferences (c) links to online articles, bibliographies and information sources on common pool resources (d) information on IASCP conferences and membership.
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    As a scholarly publisher, we enable scholarly journals to take full advantage of the opportunities unlocked by electronic publishing and open access. Through our comprehensive and modern publication practices and technological expertise we realise each journal's full potential, and improve their scientific impact whilst upholding journal publishing standards and ethical practices.
Dvora Marina Brodsky

Open Access Publishing - For Fiction! - 6 views

I like the International Children's Digital Library - it can be a good addition to any open source collection - http://en.childrenslibrary.org/

Publishing open open access openfiction

Jannicke Røgler

http://www.research4life.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/Unsung-heroes-v11.1-webversion.pdf - 3 views

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    It's unquestionable that Research4Life has had a significant impact in improving access to research information for communities in developing countries. I do have a number of criticisms about how the program is organized and delivered, however. 1. Publisher participation in the program is 'entirely voluntary', without 'a single contract (being) signed between any of the partners' (Aaronson, 2004), meaning that publishers can opt out at any point. This issue was highlighted in 2011 when Elsevier, Lipincott Williams & Wilkins, Springer and the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS, publisher of Science Magazine) withdrew access to over 2500 journals through the HINARI system. Following journal attention, and widespread condemnation, publishers restored access, with Elsevier announcing that they were in discussions with the government in Bangladesh to transition towards a paid licensing scheme (Wise, 2011). 2. Countries that meet the eligibility criteria of the program (which are based on the World Bank's listing of Lower and Lower Middle Income Countries) are sometimes excluded. Take for example India or Pakistan- although these countries are in the lists of eligible countries, the publishers deliberately exclude participation to protect whatever business they may have in these countries. So although hundreds of institutions could benefit, they exclude access to protect the business they receive from a handful of institutions. 3. Access to content is delivered through a single username and password for each institution. This is problematic for librarians, as they are unable to ensure the security of the password (a well-meaning researcher may share the password with a colleague in another institution, violating the license agreement). Abuse of institutional accounts has severe consequences, and librarians are sent messages from Research4Life threatening to not only cut off the institution, but all institutions in their country if they
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    Research4life is a great program by committed government and non-government organizations dedicated to produce valuable researches that will improve the life of people. Librarians play an important role in assisting researchers find valid, current, relevant information in order to produce a reliable output or results that will help humankind's betterment of living.
pad123

When and why may MOOCs be considered as an academic learning - 4 views

Thx for sharing, only problem withh MOOCs is student should be tech savvy and he needs comp and internet, Else MOOCs are very much useful for students who are geographically very far away and finan...

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