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OA Repository Mandates and Policies

OA Repository Mandates and Policies

Works Skip to main content ScholarWorks@UMass Amherst Part of the Materials Science and Engineering Commons Works in Materials Science and Engineering Molecular Engineering Strategies for the Design and Synthesis of New Organic Photovoltaic Materials, Paul J. Homnick Doctoral Dissertations 2014-current Self-Assembly of Block Copolymers by Solvent Vapor Annealing, Mechanism and Lithographic Applications, Xiaodan Gu Doctoral Dissertations 2014-current Ionic Copolymers for Alkaline Anion Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells (AAEMFCs), Tsung-Han Tsai Doctoral Dissertations 2014-current Mechanical and Transport Properties of 3- Dimensional Alginate Hydrogels For Cell Encapsulation, Whitney L Stoppel Doctoral Dissertations 1911-2013 Motion of Particles as a Probe: Dynamics and Assembly in Gel Networks/Aqueous Media, Cheol Hee Lee Doctoral Dissertations 2014-current Creasing Instability of Hydrogels and Elastomers, Dayong Chen Doctoral Dissertations 2014-current Advanced Search Notify me via email or RSS Browse Links

OpenDOAR - Home Page - Directory of Open Access Repositories Welcome to the Registry of Open Access Repositories - Registry of Open Access Repositories Blog do Kuramoto Materials Science and Engineering | Open Access Articles | Digital Commons Network™ Structure-Property Relationships Of Polyisobutylene-Block-Polyamide Thermoplastic Elastomers, Morgan Dunn Heskett 2016 University of Southern Mississippi Structure-Property Relationships Of Polyisobutylene-Block-Polyamide Thermoplastic Elastomers, Morgan Dunn Heskett Master's Theses Thermoplastic elastomers (TPEs) are a class of polymer fit for a wide variety of applications due to their customizability. Nanostructured Morphologies In Glassy Polymer Networks, Brian Greenhoe 2016 Nanostructured Morphologies In Glassy Polymer Networks, Brian Greenhoe Dissertations The body of this work describes a novel approach for the dispersion of multi-walled carbon nanotubes in a high Tg epoxy prepolymer matrix using a twin screw high-shear continuous reactor. Stress Singularity Study Of Functionally Graded Material Based On Coherent Gradient Sensing Method, Jinjun Zhang 2016 Arizona State University Kevin Lee Sandia National Laboratories Composites at Lake Louise (CALL 2015) Purdue University Elton Graugnard

untitled Publié le 9 juillet 2013, par Thérèse HAMEAU Le Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) met en place de nouveaux critères de sélection pour les éditeurs qui souhaitent que leurs revues soient intégrées au répertoire. Les éléments sont classés en trois familles et en voici une liste non exhaustive : Les informations de base titre, ISSN, EISSN, éditeur, URL... les informations sur la politique de la revue (frais de publication pour un article, frais pour soumission, politique d’exonération notamment pour les pays en voie de développement) fourniture de DOI... Les informations sur la qualité et la transparence du processus éditorial le comité de rédaction avec des membres clairement identifiés le processus de sélection des articles (par le comité de rédaction, par les pairs, en simple ou double aveugle) les instructions aux auteurs Les informations sur le libre accès Pour certains éléments, un niveau minimum est demandé pour que la revue soit intégrée. L’information

- Héloïse - Politiques des éditeurs en matière de dépôt des articles Search Contents of Open Access Repositories Search Repository Contents This service, based on the Google Custom Search engine, lets you search the contents of the repositories listed in OpenDOAR for freely available academic research information. This quality assured approach minimises (but does not eliminate!) spurious or junk results, and leads more directly to useful and relevant information. Full texts are available for most results. This service relies on Google's indexes, which in turn rely on repositories being suitably structured and configured for the Googlebot web crawler. Panorama des ressources disponibles en Open Access - 2014 Pour l'Open Access Week 2014, le thème est "Open Access for an open generation", une bonne opportunité pour présenter les avantages de l'Open Access à une nouvelle génération de chercheurs désireux de partager le plus efficacement possible les résultats de leurs recherche. Ce lundi 20/10, la première séance était consacrée à une introduction aux différentes possibilités de diffusion de la recherche en Open Access et proposait un panorama des ressources disponibles, ainsi que les différents moteurs de recherche pour accéder aux publications Qu’est-ce qu’une archive ouverte, institutionnelle, nationale ou spécialisée ? Quels types de documents est-il possible d’y trouver et surtout, comment accéder facilement à ces ressources ? Prochaine séance :Publier dans une revue Open Access . Programme complet Plus d'infos sur l'Open Access :

Find - Directory of Open Access Repositories Search or Browse for Repositories <intR>²Dok "Ergani - Historical Archive of Aegean" Repository 4TU.Centre for Research Data AAB College repository Aaltodoc Publication Archive ABACUS. Aberdeen University Research Archive (AURA) Abertay Research Collections CADAIR (Aberystwyth University Repository) ABU Zaria Research Publications Academic Digital Library (Akademickiej Bibliotece Cyfrowej) (ABC - KRAKÓW) Academic Research Repository at the Burgas Free University (Научен портал на Бургаския свободен университет) ARRChNU (Academic Research Repository at the ChNU) Academic Research Repository at the Institute of Developing Economies (ARRIDE) Academica-e ARCA - IGC (Access to Research and Communications Annals) ARAN (Access to Research at National University of Ireland, Galway) ARRT (Access to Research Resources for Teachers) ACEReSearch Acervo Digital da Unesp

OASPA | Open Access Scholarly Publishers Association Open Access Directory Open Access Journals | Texas Digital Library What if libraries and universities could bypass the high costs of print journals by providing less costly outlets for scholarly work? What if any faculty member with the willingness to do the work could start up his or her own peer-reviewed journal without prohibitive start-up costs? What if scholarship were available to the many instead of the few? With TDL Electronic Journals, faculty members, libraries, and universities can produce refereed, open-access scholarly journals, ensuring the availability of important scholarship to researchers across the world. TDL Electronic Journals are powered by Open Journal Systems (OJS), an open-source journal management and publication software produced by the Public Knowledge Project. What is a TDL Electronic Journal? Using Open Journal Systems software, faculty at TDL member institutions can set up and publish an online journal (or migrate an existing journal) without any costs for the software or TDL technical assistance.

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