Gestión y difusión de revistas académicas vía Internet

submitted by: Dominique Babini
A Spanish speaking video with a 23 minutes summary of a one day workshop (Buenos Aires, June 13th., 2007) about journal management and access in the Web. Workshop for journal editors organized by the Information Center of the National Council of Research in Argentina (CONICET-CAICYT), the Latin American Council of Social Sciences (CLACSO), the International Network for the Availability of Scientific Publications (INASP) and the Public Knowledge Project-Open Journal System of the Simon...

BindingDB: Get all data from an article

submitted by: gnicpro

This tutorial describes the method of retrieving a binding information from an article of interest in BindingDB.
http://bindingdb.org

Did You Know?

submitted by: alevga17

In this video we have tidbits of information on how science is incorporated in ever day life. Fun facts through the use of sock puppets and random at that.

Open Access Week 2010: A Message from Phil Bourne

submitted by: Phil
This Journal and the Public Library of Science (PLoS) at large are standard bearers of the full potential offered through open access publication, but what of you, the reader? For most of you, open access may imply free access to read the journals, but nothing more. There is a far greater potential, but, up to now, little to point to that highlights its tangible benefits. We would argue that, as yet, the full promise of open access has not been realized. There are few persistent applications...
Authors: Philip E. Bourne, J. Lynn Fink, Mark Gerstein

Supporting a Network of Repositories: experiences from SHERPA in the UK

submitted by: elbaek

SHERPA manager Bill Hubbard presents the UK experiences building a network a profession for repository managers. Also he present arguments for why Open Access is important.

Open Access and competitive advantage for researchers and for universities: how to make the most of what you have

submitted by: elbaek

Open Access and the competetive advantage of universities. The slides following Alma Swans presentation