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Open Access Publishing: More Readers, More Impact
Increasingly, citations to scholars' publications are being used as part of the evaluation of dossiers, departments, and even in the evaluation of grants. Hence, it is important to not only figure out where to publish, but ...
Outreach Focusing on Research Teams – Presentation Notes
Presentation notes on a very successful outreach to the Chemistry and Physics Departments involving setting up meetings with each research team and working through search example drawn directly from their most current ...
Open Data, Open Properties, Open Everything?
A general overview of open data in the field of chemistry. It particularly emphasizes open property, crystallographic, and spectral data.
Patron Driven E-Book Acquisitions: Crowd Sourcing Gone Wild?
We have been experimenting with a number of different models of patron driven online book acquisitions. The main variants have been the triggering event for purchase (single or multiple uses), level of promotional efforts, ...
A Practical Comparison of Scopus and Web of Science Core Collection
Few organizations can afford both Web of Science and Scopus, making it difficult for librarians to make in-depth comparisons to support acquisition decisions. The new SUNY-wide Elsevier Big Deal included access to Scopus ...
Three Success Stories
(SLA Physics-Astronomy-Mathematics Division, 2015-04-29)
The presenter discusses the three most successful outreach methods he has used during his 14 years at the University at Buffalo. The keys to success will be described in some detail. 1) A one-on-one lunch with every new ...
Research Impact, Visibility, and ORCID Author Identifiers: Relationships
The importance of and relationship between research impact, visibility, and unique author identifiers will be discussed. Many societies, including ACS and RSC, now require ORCID author identifiers when submitting manuscripts. ...