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March Update from LOCH TAGS: I realise we’ve been a bit quiet recently, so it is high time we posted an update to let you know what we have been doing over the last few months! …Continue reading →

New Open Access Journal of Undergraduate Research TAGS: | | | | The first issue of a new open access journal dedicated to undergraduate research in the area of sociolinguistic variation has been published on the library-supported journal hosting service. The journal, …Continue reading →

The Unfamiliar: new issue published TAGS: | | | The Unfamiliar has published its new issue, Imagining the Future, on the library-supported journal hosting service. The Unfamiliar: Imagining the Future As with past issues, authors have used many of …Continue reading →

Royal Medical Society publishes archive & Winter 2014 issue TAGS: | | | | | | The Royal Medical Society has now published all the back issues of their journal, Res Medica, on the library-supported open access journal hosting platform. Res Medica started in 1957 and …Continue reading →

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University of Edinburgh’s Yr 1 RCUK Compliance Report Complete TAGS: | The Scholarly Communications Team at Edinburgh University Library have just submitted their end-of-year-one report to RCUK.  This details how “compliant” we think we are with RCUK’s Open Access policy.  We …Continue reading →

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Open Access in the College of Medicine & Veterinary Medicine TAGS: | | | | | My name is Anna Krzak, and I am an Open Access Research Publications Administrator for the College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine at the University of Edinburgh. I have been …Continue reading →

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Three different traits of open access publishers TAGS: | | This week I’ve been compiling some data for the next meeting of the RLUK Ethical and Effective Publishing Working Group. Some of the data itself is pretty interesting so I …Continue reading →

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Subject disciplines & download figures TAGS: | One line summary Disciplines without dedicated subject repositories seem to provide the most popular items downloaded from our institutional service. The general trend Whilst looking at the top 99 most …Continue reading →

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2014 download statistics from research.ed.ac.uk TAGS: | As well as reporting on the number of open access uploads to our institutional repository we now have the facility to report on the other end of the spectrum – …Continue reading →

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Researchers – what’s new for you from the Library TAGS: | “Researchers – what’s new for you from the Library” is an event being held in the Murray Library at the King’s Buildings to highlight some recent developments in Library services …Continue reading →

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Voyages of Discovery In this weeks’ blog post we are pleased to welcome our newest member of staff,...
The Stories and Afterlife of Lady Grange Stories beget stories – it’s one of my favourite things about them – and archives...

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