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Edinburgh Research Explorer | ER-data: Jan. – June 2019 TAGS: | | | | | Edinburgh Research Explorer • www.research.ed.ac.uk • ERdata: Jan. – June 2019 The first six-months of 2019, as now seems inevitable, have proved to be the busiest six-months in Edinburgh Research Explorer’s brief history, …Continue reading →

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Open Access Scotland Group meeting On 27th March the Scholarly Communications Team at the University of Edinburgh were delighted to host the 6th regular meeting of the Open Access Scotland Group at the impressive Paterson’s …Continue reading →

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ORCID is turning into the Yellow Pages TAGS: | As pointed out to me a number of times the use of ORCID.org IDs is rapidly growing: Oct 16, 2012: 0 Nov 21, 2014: 1,011,557 March 4, 2016: 2,014,645 (stats …Continue reading →

Finding, managing, writing and sharing research – what tools do you use? Do you use Google Drive or Word? Mendeley or Endnote? Google Scholar or Scopus? Open access or traditional journals? ResearchGate or repositories? New tools are constantly being developed, as reflected …Continue reading →

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OAI9 Last week I attended the CERN Workshop on Innovations in Scholarly Communication (OAI9) in Geneva, a workshop looking at developments in scholarly communication, it was a diverse programme and attracted …Continue reading →

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