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Out of Print:Documentary Tackles the Future of Books


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Etherpad is an Open Source online editor


Etherpad is an Open Source online editor providing collaborative editing in really real-time powered by Node.js

The Social Revolution – Remember Us: A KM Blog Thinking Outside The Inbox by Luis Suarez


Altmetric:Wiley Trial Alternative Metrics on Subscription and Open Access Articles


John Wiley & Sons, Inc., has launched a trial of Altmetric, a service that tracks and measures the impact of scholarly articles and datasets on both traditional and social media. The six month trial will run on a number of subscription and open access journals published by Wiley including Advanced Materials, Angewandte Chemie, BJU International, Brain and Behavior, Methods in Ecology and Evolution and EMBO Molecular Medicine.

 

Source: http://www.wiley.com/WileyCDA/PressRelease/pressReleaseId-108763.html

Google searh technology and knowledge graph:OK Google, Speak to Me


UNESCO to make its publications available free of charge :Open Access


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UNESCO will make its digital publications available to millions of people around the world free-of-charge with an open license. Following a decision by the Organization’s Executive Board in April, UNESCO has become the first member of the United Nations to adopt such an Open Access policy for its publications. The new policy means that anyone will be able to download, translate, adapt, distribute and re-share UNESCO publications and data without paying.

source: UNESCO >>http://goo.gl/SRxeV

JISC open educational resources guide


The  JISC: A guide to open educational resources is useful.
Source: JISC

ERIC(Education Resources Information Center) Restores Online Access to Full Text from 2005-2013


ERIC has restored online access to more than 21,000 full-text PDFs with publication dates from 2005-2013.

Source: http://www.eric.ed.gov/ERICWebPortal/resources/html/news/eric_news_146.html

EEE Xplore Release 4.6 – Introducing IEEE Access plus


The latest IEEE Xplore Release 4.6 brings some significant enhancements to key pages of the site, including the abstract, publication home page and table of contents pages. These pages have been redesigned with a  new look and feel, which incorporates the following enhancements:

Streamlined Presentation for Journal Home Pages

– Improved visibility of the most recent and popular content (top five articles spotlighted)

– Support for journal highlights (video, audio, or custom announcements)

– Expanded journal bibliometrics (Eigenfactor and Article Influence Score)

– Improved navigation to previous issues, early access content and popular articles

– More prominent links to submit manuscript, author tools and editor information

– Recommendations for related journals

Abstract Page Enhancements

– Improved organisation of contents and more prominent links to references, citing documents, etc.

– Incorporation of article bibliometrics:  Includes a cumulative count of article full-text downloads from 1 January 2011 to the present (as well as detail for monthly downloads) for journal and conference articles, standards and eBooks.

– Inclusion of third-party citation metrics from Web of Science, CrossRef, and Scopus

– Support for graphical abstracts (video/audio/images) and improved presentation of multimedia elements

– Support for author names in native language (Japanese, Korean, Chinese)

New ORCID-integrated data citation tool


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The tool enables users to search the DataCite Metadata Store for their works, and subsequently to add (or claim) those research outputs – including datasets, software, and other types – to their ORCID profile. This should increase the visibility of these research outputs, and will make it easier to use these data citations in applications that connect to the ORCID Registry – ImpactStory is one of several services already doing this.

 

http://datacite.labs.orcid-eu.org

source: here

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