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Lionel Walter Information scientifique et bibliotheques (SISB)

Lionel Walter Information scientifique et bibliotheques (SISB). Summary. What’s Infoscience Infoscience : why ? Infoscience : how ?. What is Infoscience.

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Lionel Walter Information scientifique et bibliotheques (SISB)

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  1. Lionel Walter Information scientifique et bibliotheques (SISB)

  2. Summary • What’s Infoscience • Infoscience : why ? • Infoscience : how ?

  3. What is Infoscience • Infoscience is a database of the publications, research reports, PhD Theses, Ms Theses, semester works, lectures, etc., of the Facultés, Laboratories and Researchers at the EPFL. • Developed at EPFL and CERN.

  4. Why • Increase the visibility of your work • Facilitate the management of the publications list

  5. One example • Deciding Boolean Algebra with Presburger Arithmetic • Viktor Kuncak and Hai Huu Nguyen and Martin Rinard • Journal of Automated ReasoningVolume 36, Number 3 / avril 2006

  6. Journal of automated reasoning • Need a license to buy this commercial journal (from Springer). • Licenses are very expensive : 2 million swiss francs pro year for all the journals for the whole EPFL

  7. Open access • Open access (OA) is immediate, free and unrestricted online access to digital scholarly material[2], primarily peer-reviewed research articles in journals. OA was made possible by the advent of the Internet.

  8. How to participate in Open Access • Golden road : Publish in a full open access journal : Plos Biology or make your article open access on the website of the publisher (need to pay a fee) • Green road : use what your publisher allows you to do : http://www.sherpa.ac.uk/romeo.php

  9. Why doing it • Give access to your work to the maximum number of persons • Increase the use of your work (more citations) • Give access to your work earlier (before the publication process)

  10. Références • Hajjem, C., Harnad, S. and Gingras, Y. (2005) Ten-Year Cross-Disciplinary Comparison of the Growth of Open Access and How it Increases Research Citation Impact. IEEE Data Engineering Bulletin 28(4) pp. 39-47. http://eprints.ecs.soton.ac.uk/11688/ => OA articles have consistently more citations, the advantage varying from 25%-250% by discipline and year

  11. Références • Eysenbach G. Citation Advantage of Open Access Articles. PLoS Biol. 2006;4(5) p. e157. http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pbio.0040157 • Eysenbach G. The Open Access Advantage [Editorial]. J Med Internet Res 2006 (May 15); 8(2):e8  http://www.jmir.org/2006/2/e8/ • OA Impact Advantage = EA + (AA) + (QB) + QA + (CA) + UA (S. Harnad) • Et les références de http://eprints.ecs.soton.ac.uk/11688/

  12. Other reasons • Your dean asks you to do it (for example, you need to use Infoscience for I&C technical reports) • FNS : For Swiss National Science Foundation funded projects, you need to do it • Harvesting

  13. Practical use • A unique interface • A memory of the lab • Easy export, sort, … • Retrieve the data on various pages • Lab's page • People page • Faculty page

  14. How ? • Infoscience homepage • Add • Edit • Submit • Export • Quality

  15. Questions

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