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The Access/Impact Problem and the Green and Gold Roads to Open Access☆
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The research access/impact problem arises because journal articles are not accessible to all of their would-be users, hence they are losing potential research impact. Expand
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The Access/Impact Problem and the Green and Gold Roads to Open Access: An Update
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The research access/impact problem arises because journal articles are not accessible to all of their would-be users; hence, they are losing potential research impact. Expand
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The Public Domain: Enclosing the Commons of the Mind
  • C. Oppenheim
  • Computer Science
  • J. Assoc. Inf. Sci. Technol.
  • 2009
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Authors’ Awareness and Attitudes Toward Open Access Repositories
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This article investigates the awareness of scholarly authors toward open access repositories and the factors that motivate their use of these repositories and their motivations for depositing articles within them. Expand
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The citation advantage of open-access articles
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We assess whether there is a citation advantage between journal articles that have an open access (OA) version on the Internet compared to those articles that are exclusively toll access (TA). Expand
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Economic implications of alternative scholarly publishing models : exploring the costs and benefits. JISC EI-ASPM Project. A report to the Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC)
A knowledge economy has been defined as: “…one in which the generation and exploitation of knowledge has come to play the predominant part in the creation of wealth. It is not simply about pushingExpand
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Comparing alternatives to the Web of Science for coverage of the social sciences' literature
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The Web of Science is no longer the only database which offers citation indexing of the social sciences. Expand
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The Correlation between citation counts and the 1992 Research Assessment Exercise Ratings for British Library and Information Science University departments
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A citation study was carried out on all 217 academics who teach in UK library and information science schools. Expand
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The role of academic journal publications in the UK Research Assessment Exercise
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The role of journal publications as a vehicle for academic research output is examined via the chronology of the RAE, before assessing the current situation in which published journal output formed almost 70% of all output assessed by RAE panels in the latest exercise. Expand
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Citation counts and the Research Assessment Exercise V: Archaeology and the 2001 RAE
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A citation study of the 692 staff that makes up unit of assessment 58 (archaeology), in the 2001 UK Research Assessment Exercise (RAE) was undertaken. Expand
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