Cheminfo Retrieval Second Class FA09

submitted by: jcbradley

This is a recording of the second class on Chemical Information Retrieval on Oct 1, 2009 at Drexel University. The first part involves technical details about using the Wikispaces site and the rest is an open ended discussion of topics relating to publishing in science and chemistry: primary and secondary/tertiary sources, Open Access, copyright and Web2.0

Creative Commons Licensing and Non-Creative Geographic Data

submitted by: spatial

Primer on Creative Commons (CC) Licensing, an explanation as to why traditional CC licenses are often inappropriate for use with scientific and technical data such as geographic data, and a suggested legal alternative for providing open access to such data.

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 Europe: Why is it important and how can it be done?

submitted by: elbaek

Presentation by Sjibolt Noorda at the Executive OA Seminar at the Danish OA day 2009

Changes in Scholarly Communication and the Potential Impact on Biocuration

linked profile(s): Phil
submitted by: simont

Audio recording of Phil Bourne's plenary lecture at the 3rd International BioCurator meeting in Berlin, April 17th 2009. Slides are available from http://www.sdsc.edu/pb/Talks

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

Open Access in Norway: challenges now and in the future

submitted by: elbaek

Sigrid Tollefsen from The Norwegian Association of Higher Education Institutions presents the Norwegian advances in changing the scholarly communication to Open Access

Welcome to the Executive Seminar on Open Access

submitted by: elbaek

Bertil Dorch, University of Copenhagen open the Executive Seminar on Open Access at Copenhagen Business School

Defining a network for professionals: Introduction to the Repository Manager Network Workshop

submitted by: elbaek

Slide presentation of Open Access to Danish Research

The Rapidly Growing Standards Landscape in ‘omics by Susanna Sansone, European Bioinformatics Institute

submitted by: dougramsey
As the size and complexity of scientific datasets and the corresponding information stores grow, reporting standards are playing an increasingly active role. Interopera bility among standards, however, becomes pivotal for the development of software applications. Here we present the key synergistic standards activities in the omics domain and the motivation for, an overview of, the BioInvestigation Index infrastructure at the EBI. The marriage of conventional methods with (meta)genomics,...