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Free Academic Open Access Books, Journals and Research Papers Open Access Journals Search Engine (OAJSE) Group blogs: BMJ Web Development Blog » Blog Archive » BMJ Group journal articles now contain ‘Citing articles via Web of Science’ links 8 Apr, 11 | by Claire Bower, Digital Comms Manager, @clairebower With users increasingly viewing articles as ’portals to greater information’, BMJ Group has introduced a new collaboration with ISI Web of Science, the multidisciplinary bibliographic database tool. All of our journal articles now include the exact number of citations for each article being viewed, as well as a direct link to the list of citing articles on ISI Web of Science. Have a look at the screenshot below, which displays the exact location of these ‘Citing article via Web of Science’ links at article-level. The technology that permits users to navigate from the ISI Web of Science to participating publishers’ full text journal content has been around for a while. “Live, real-time linking of navigational and bibliographical tools with the literature itself is one of the most significant developments of online publishing,” said Michael A. feed.

Optics Express Oxford Open | Oxford Open OUP Supports Open Access Oxford University Press (OUP) is mission-driven to facilitate the widest possible dissemination of high-quality research. We embrace both green and gold open access (OA) publishing to support this mission. A Proven Track Record of Success OUP has been publishing OA content since 2004. We have also successfully launched or taken over high-quality OA titles, including: Genome Biology and Evolution, Journal of Legal Analysis, Progress of Theoretical and Experimental Physics, and Database. OUP facilitates green OA either by allowing authors to deposit versions of their manuscripts in institutional or subject repositories after a specified time period, or depositing the version of record on their behalf. Supporting the Evolution of Open Access Publishing Sustainable, high-quality OA publishing requires either funding to be available to pay for Article Processing Charges, sponsorship, or suitable embargo periods. Oxford Journals operates two different open access models:

OASIS Pas un nouveau journalisme scientifique, mais un nouveau journalisme L’association française Acrimed organise le 8 décembre un débat intitulé « Un autre journalisme scientifique est-il possible? ». Elle s’inquiète, à juste titre, que les sciences soient chroniquement marginalisées dans nos médias, « reléguées dans des rubriques secondaires ». Je ne sais pas ce qu’en diront les panélistes, mais je doute qu’un « autre » journalisme scientifique soit la solution. Commençons par les évidences : oui, les sciences constituent le parent pauvre des médias —une minute de science par 5 heures de nouvelles continues, selon le calcul déprimant qu’avait fait le State of the News Media 2008. Oui, le journalisme scientifique décline dans les médias généralistes, comme le rappele le journaliste Pierre Barthélémy en répondant lui aussi à la question d’Acrimed. Et parmi les explications souvent invoquées, il y a ce complexe d’infériorité qu’éprouve, face aux sciences, une bonne partie de la population, y compris les rédacteurs en chef. Et qui est ce « vous »?

SAGE Open Welcome to Cogprints DOAB: Directory of Open Access Books Oxford Open | Oxford Open participating titles Titles participating in the Oxford Open scheme are broadly included in one of two open access models, either full or optional open access. All open access articles are automatically deposited in PubMed Central (PMC) by Oxford Journals. The journals included in this automated process have been determined by PMC, based on subject area. All Oxford Open content at PMC. The majority of Oxford Journals offer the optional open access model. Back to top of page

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