In this paper the authors describe a Project entitled " Divulgación de Recursos Educativos Digitales (DIRED) " (Divulgation of Digital Educational Resources) addressed to promoting specific educational resources and mobile apps for educational proposals in order to manage them through the institutional repository of the Salamanca University (GREDOS). The… (More)
This paper describes a Project entitled "<i>Divulgación de Recursos Educativos Digitales (DIRED)</i>" (Divulgation of Digital Educational Resources) addressed to promoting specific educational resources and mobile apps for educational proposals through the institutional repository of the Salamanca University (GREDOS). We present a proposal for… (More)
In this paper we describe the PhD Thesis Project "<i>Impacto de los contenidos científicos en repositorios institucionales de acceso abierto. Un caso de estudio del repositorio Gredos de la Universidad de Salamanca</i>" (Impact of Scientific Content in Open Access Institutional Repositories. A case study of the Repository Gredos of the University of… (More)
Systematic reviews have become an important source of information and very popular in knowledge areas as health and allied sciences, but nevertheless, despite its indisputable benefits, they are yet infrequently used in Library and Information Science research (LIS). Systematic reviews are a type of scientific research that aims to integrate in an… (More)
In this paper we describe how the open access repositories are valid channels for the publication of scientific grey literature. Technological development facilitates the communication of scientific knowledge, allowing expand distribution channels and significantly reducing transmission costs of the investigation. There are new paradigms of scientific… (More)
The main goal of this track is to gather experiences and works to disseminate initiatives, programmes and projects about both theoretical and technological issues related to Open Knowledge with regard to two key elements: the open access to the scientific knowledge and Science 2.0.
It analyzes the application of Linked Open Data (LOD) in the particular case of bibliographic data through examination of two key documents: the Library Linked Data Incubator Group: Use Cases and, more specifically, the section that refers to the bibliographic data cluster and, the Linked Open Data-Enabled Bibliographical Data (LODE-BD). Following the… (More)