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Toward a New Policy for Scientific and Technical Communication: the Case of Kyrgyz Republic

@article{Djenchuraev2004TowardAN,
  title={Toward a New Policy for Scientific and Technical Communication: the Case of Kyrgyz Republic},
  author={Nurlan Djenchuraev},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2004},
  volume={cs.CY/0405001}
}
The objective of this policy paper is to formulate a new policy in the field of scientific and technical information (STI) in Kyrgyz Republic in the light of emergence and rapid development of electronic scientific communication. The major problem with communication in science in the Republic is lack of adequate access to information by scientists. An equally serious problem is poor visibility of research conducted in Kyrgyzstan and, as consequence, negligible research impact on academic… 
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