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DICE. Difusion y Calidad Editorial de las Revistas Españolas de Humanidades y Ciencias Sociales

DICE. Difusion y Calidad Editorial de las Revistas Españolas de Humanidades y Ciencias Sociales
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IMF - E-revistas, e-libros, BD's Selección de recursos electrónicos, libros, revistas y bases de datos de carácter multidisciplinar y especializados en Ciencias Sociales y Humanidades, tanto de suscripción como de libre acceso. Portales e-revistas Americanismo.es (REDIAL España) Portal de cooperación iberoamericana en materia de información, investigaciones y docencia (acceso libre) Annual Reviews Multidisciplinar. Portales e-libros Blackwell Reference Online Humanidades y ciencias sociales. Bases de datos especializadas Database checklist: Key academic research resources -- both free and restricted Journalist (iStock) Members of the media do “research” by performing all sorts of tasks — pulling financial records, tracking down contact information for sources, scraping data from government websites. But another key skill is the ability to locate and review academic studies to strengthen and deepen stories. The Journalist’s Resource studies database distills top research, but there’s a much bigger universe of research out there. One common search strategy for finding academic research is trying a series of keywords in popular search engines such as Google, Yahoo and Bing. That general method may fail if you’re trying to find cutting-edge research findings on policy or news-related issues. While no particular strategy is perfect, establishing a checklist of key databases is essential. Access issue Of course, there is the problem of free versus paid access to research. News databases A core checklist Below is a list of useful databases. Restricted-access databases Open databases Tags: training

Web of Science - Please Sign In to Access Web of Science WEB OF Science Your ideal single research destination to explore the citation universe across subjects and around the world. Web of Science provides you access to the most reliable, integrated, multidisciplinary research connected through linked content citation metrics from multiple sources within a single interface. Web of Science connects the entire search and discover process through: Premier Multidisciplinary Content Emerging Trends Subject Specific Content Regional Content Research Data Analysis Tools Learn more about Web of Science Take advantage of many great features when you register. Access Web of Science from outside your institution using roaming capabilities Use your Web of Science account to create a ResearcherID profile that showcases your publication history Set up citation alerts whereby you are notified by email when an article on your Alerts list has been cited Learn more about the benefits of registering for an account

List of scientific journals The following is a partial list of scientific journals. There are thousands of scientific journals in publication, and many more have been published at various points in the past. The list given here is far from exhaustive, containing only some of the most influential, currently publishing journals in each field. As a rule of thumb, each field should be represented by more or less than ten positions, chosen by their impact factors and other ratings. Note: there are many science magazines that are not scientific journals, including Scientific American, New Scientist, Australasian Science and others. For periodicals in the social sciences and humanities, see List of social science journals. General and multidisciplinary science[edit] see also Category:Multidisciplinary scientific journals Basic and physical sciences[edit] Astronomy and astrophysics[edit] Chemistry[edit] Earth and atmospheric sciences[edit] Materials science[edit] Mechanics[edit] Physics[edit] Life sciences[edit] Agriculture[edit]

First 1000 responses – most popular tools per research activity | Innovations in Scholarly Communication In this post we present a straight percentage count of the preselected options for the 17 research activities that we asked about in our survey Innovations in Scholarly Communication. These figures represent the first 1000 responses. Please keep in mind that these first 1000 reponses do have a bias due to the predominant distribution methods in the first weeks of the survey (Twitter and other social media, and mailing lists). Also note that many respondents specified which other tools they use, in addition to the preselected options. We are not going to formally analyse these figures now but merely present them to show what types of counts are possible.

Scientific journal For a broader class of publications, which include scientific journals, see Academic journal. The history of scientific journals dates from 1665, when the French Journal des sçavans and the English Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society first began systematically publishing research results. Over a thousand, mostly ephemeral, were founded in the 18th century, and the number has increased rapidly after that.[1] Articles in scientific journals can be used in research and higher education. Some classes are partially devoted to the explication of classic articles, and seminar classes can consist of the presentation by each student of a classic or current paper. Articles tend to be highly technical, representing the latest theoretical research and experimental results in the field of science covered by the journal. Types of articles[edit] There are several types of journal articles; the exact terminology and definitions vary by field and specific journal, but often include: Cost[edit]

Publish or Perish Anne-Wil Harzing - (updated Sun 16 Oct 2016 16:52) Donations The development of the Publish or Perish software is a volunteering effort that has been ongoing since 2006. Download and use of Publish or Perish is and will remain free (gratis), but donations toward the costs of hosting, bandwidth, and software development are appreciated. Your donation helps to support the further development of Publish or Perish for new data sources and additional features. About Publish or Perish Publish or Perish is a software program that retrieves and analyzes academic citations. Total number of papers and total number of citationsAverage citations per paper, citations per author, papers per author, and citations per yearHirsch's h-index and related parametersEgghe's g-indexThe contemporary h-indexThree variations of individual h-indicesThe average annual increase in the individual h-indexThe age-weighted citation rateAn analysis of the number of authors per paper. What Publish or Perish is for Metrics

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