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Elsevier and Royal Tropical Institute sign MoU to provide researchers in developing nations with access to ScienceDirect and Scopus -

STM publisher Elsevier and the Royal Tropical Institute (KIT) in Amsterdam have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to provide 150 researchers working in least-developed and low-income countries with access to the latter's online scientific research platform and flagship abstract and citation database - ScienceDirect and… Read More

SAGE completes migration of over 560 journals to next generation platform -

Academic publisher SAGE has announced the successful migration of its more than 560 journals to the next generation of SAGE Journals Online, supported by HighWire 2.0 (H2O) technology. According to HighWire's Director, John Sack, SAGE Journals Online is now a cutting edge, standards-based platform poised to… Read More

Taiwan’s science and technology centre uses Thomson Reuters data for research report -

Information services provider Thomson Reuters, US, has announced a collaboration with Taiwan's Science & Technology Policy Research and Information Centre (STPI). STPI used Thomson Reuters data in its analysis for its Taiwan Research Report, which aims to inform policymakers about the region's research landscape and global… Read More

OCLC Research webinar to focus on role of data analysis in library collection management -

Library information provider OCLC Research, US, has announced that it will host a free webinar titled 'Managing Collections in the Networked Environment: New Analytic Approaches', on September 9, 2010, at 2 p.m. EDT. Program Officer Constance Malpas and a panel of young library leaders will present… Read More

Hauser paper on cognitive skills had fabricated data, says ‘Cognition’ editor -

Harvard University cognitive scientist Marc Hauser may have fabricated data in a 2002 publication, according to Gerry Altmann, editor of the journal Cognition. Altmann posted a statement on his blog saying that his review of information provided to him by Harvard had convinced him that fabrication was the most plausible… Read More

IMLS calls for comments on Public Library Survey -

The Institute of Museum and Library Services has issued a call for comments on its Public Library Survey in a recently published Federal Register notice. The survey provides essential data about public library service in the US including service hours, book circulation,… Read More

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