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Journal of Loss and Trauma Country: United Kingdom Subject Area: Psychology Subject Category: Psychology (miscellaneous) Publisher: Routledge. Publication type: Journals. Spotlight See what the new generation of SciVal can do for you Constantly evolving and ever more challenging, today's R&D landscape requires research managers to ensure satisfying outcomes, and devise better ways to measure the quality and impact of research projects. Elsevier's new generation of SciVal offers quick, easy access to the research performance of 4,600 research institutions and 220 countries worldwide. A ready-to-use solution with unparalleled power and flexibility, SciVal enables you to navigate the world of research and devise an optimal plan to drive and analyze your performance. SciVal builds on Elsevier's extensive experience over several years working with many leading institutions worldwide via SciVal Spotlight and SciVal Strata. View the recordings from the launch webinar and learn how early adopters are using SciVal
Harnad, S. (2001) The self-archiving initiative Unlike the authors of books and magazine articles, who write for royalty or fees, the authors of refereed journal articles write only for 'research impact'. To be cited and built on in the research of others, their findings have to be accessible to their potential users. From the authors' viewpoint, toll-gating access to their findings is as counterproductive as toll-gating access to commercial advertisements. With the online age, it has at last become possible to free the literature from this unwelcome impediment. Authors need only deposit their refereed articles in 'eprint' archives at their own institutions; these interoperable archives can then all be harvested into a global virtual archive, its full contents freely searchable and accessible online by everyone (see The transition scenario).
books tagged Integrative Thinking Help/FAQs | About | Privacy/Terms | Blog | Contact | APIs | WikiThing | Common Knowledge | Legacy Libraries | Early Reviewers | 89,609,243 books! | Top bar: Always visible Copyright LibraryThing and/or members of LibraryThing, authors, publishers, libraries, cover designers, Amazon, Bol, Bruna, etc. Setting cookie | static: / CIRSS Digital Humanities Data Curation What is this? The DH Curation Guide is a compilation of articles that address aspects of data curation in the digital humanities. The goal of the DH Curation Guide is to direct readers to trusted resources with enough context from expert editors and the other members of the research community to indicate to how these resources might help them with their own data curation challenges. Each article provides a short introduction to a topic and a list of linked resources. Structuring articles in this way acknowledges the many excellent resources that already exist to provide guidance on subjects relevant to curation such as data formats, legal policies, description, and more. Want to know more about what data curation is?
Sustainability: science or fiction? » Sustainable Learning What is sustainable development? The essence of sustainable development is simply this: to provide for the fundamental needs of mankind without doing violence to the natural system of life on earth. This idea arose in the early eighties of the last century and came out of a scientific look at the relationship between nature and society. The concept of sustainable development reflected the struggle of the world population for peace, freedom, better living conditions and a healthy environment . During the latter half of the 20th century, these four goals recurred regularly as world-wide, basic ideals.
INFSRefs Information Systems PublicationsA Classification Version 0.8 of 10 March 1995 (c) Roger Clarke, Australian National University, 1995 This document may be copied, provided that it is copied in its entirety, including this notice and the qualifications in the preliminary text. Preamble There are enormous difficulties in classifying and evaluating the kinds of journals and proceedings in which information systems literature appears. This document contains a necessarily personal evaluation, intended as a guide to my graduate students and junior colleagues.
ANDS Discovery Services / Australian Research Data Commons Who needs to know this? This is a general introduction that is likely to be of interest to all users of ANDS, including researchers, their support staff, data centre and repository staff and the general public. ANDS' Vision ANDS has as its vision ‘more researchers reusing more data more often'. There are many reasons why the sharing and re-use of data can contribute to the effectiveness of research in all disciplines: So that research results can be verified.Many of the world's biggest problems are multi-disciplinary and so can benefit from drawing data from different fields.