Browse by Subject "open access"

  • Hey, Tony (2014-03-05)

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  • Shreeves, Sarah L. (Chandos Publishing, 2009)
    Repositories, whether institutional or subject-based (disciplinary), typically provide open access to preprints and final manuscripts of accepted journal articles, among other material. While repositories generally do not ...

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  • Karataev, Evgeny; Zadorozhny, Vladimir (iSchools, 2014-03-01)
    In this poster we introduce Col*Fusion - a novel architecture for large-scale data integration, fusion and preservation based on crowdsourcing. Col*Fusion is implemented as easy-to-use web application and provides uniform ...

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  • Kern, M. Kathleen; Crist, Rebecca (2010-02-03)
    Since first being pronounced in 1984, the phrase "information wants to be free" has echoed through the corridors of information management as a rallying cry, an aspiration, and a fact. But can it be true? The champions ...

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  • Mischo, William H.; Schlembach, Mary C. (Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group, 2011)
    The two primary means for accomplishing Open Access (OA) goals are the “author pays” or Gold model and the “self- archiving” or Green model, both of which can have variations or hybrids. There is a growing schism between ...

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  • Braxton, Susan (2007-11-06)
    Presentation delivered to staff of the Illinois Natural History Survey on

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