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Mr. DLib's Living Lab for Scholarly Recommendations [article]

Joeran Beel and Andrew Collins and Oliver Kopp and Linus Dietz and Petr Knoth
2018 arXiv   pre-print
We introduce the first living lab for scholarly recommender systems.  ...  This lab allows recommender-system researchers to conduct online evaluations of their novel algorithms for scholarly recommendations, i.e., research papers, citations, conferences, research grants etc.  ...  When recommendations for users of the platform are needed, the living lab sends a request to the researcher´s experimental recommender system.  ... 
arXiv:1807.07298v1 fatcat:kcnskwx6gzaanexdd6ouzjcmb4

Of Vendors & Values

Emma Molls
2018 Figshare  
This is an unpublished thought piece on library and vendor values. The essay also includes a history of University of Minnesota Libraries Publishing  ...  publishing. • We support innovative publications and scholarly experimentation grounded in widely-used standards and time-proven practices. • We believe that the scholarly ecosystem works best when creators  ...  for the service.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.7416278.v1 fatcat:4dod2reryvhnjkay4uw5hopfty

The Use of Academic Social Networking Sites in Scholarly Communication: Scoping Review

Milkyas Hailu, Jianhua Wu
2020 Data and Information Management  
The study found that there has been an increase in scholarly big data research in recent years. The paper also discusses the key findings and concepts stated in each theme.  ...  In addition, this study has implications for academic and research institutions, libraries and information literacy programs, and future studies on the topic.  ...  Evaluation scholarly impact has two dimensions: an article's past impact and future impact. Citations are a common indicator of article impact.  ... 
doi:10.2478/dim-2020-0050 fatcat:ogwzdeopzrhmhpkil3lmbjbk5m

The new scholarly universe: are we there yet?

Michael Taylor
2012 Insights: The UKSG Journal  
Furthermore, the industry of science and scientific communication are not isolated from the current economic epoch: collaboration and cost-effectiveness are strong drivers for change.  ...  However, underlying this apparent inertia, there is an alternative approach that may emerge over the next few years as known problems move into the foreground, and a number of key social and technical  ...  Additional tools and platforms Citation counts are only one of the ways in which an article is connected to the rest of the world.  ... 
doi:10.1629/2048-7754.25.1.12 fatcat:yq6ygjumxfcuzmwd2cp6i22gte

Page 237 of The Accounting Review Vol. 32, Issue 2 [page]

1957 The Accounting Review  
who the committee could not persuade itself was sufficiently distinguished to recommend for full professor.  ...  It is difficult, in fact nearly impossible, to ask the depart- ments for this type of analysis since they have already made up their minds to make the recommendation for promotion and are not in a position  ... 

Editors' Introduction

Brad Weiss, Heather Paxson, Christopher Nelson
2019 Cultural Anthropology  
We see this shift as an investment in Cultural Anthropology' s sustainability, even as we are determined to safeguard the capacity for experimentation that all of us value.  ...  then retrofitted as a journal publishing platform.  ... 
doi:10.14506/ca34.1.01 fatcat:4g6k3dtmgnc2xkj44dhqr643ga

OPERAS SIG on Tools for Open Scholarly Communication: White Paper 2021 [article]

Céline Barthonnat, Emilie Blotière, Arnaud Gingold, François-Xavier Mas, Nikola Stanić, Alessandro Pierno, Agnieszka Szulińska, Lorenzo Armando, Bernard Pochet, Luca de Santis, James MacGregor, Riccardo Pozzo (+1 others)
2021 Zenodo  
The white paper brings information on the existing tools for scholarly publishing, as well as recommendations that will support the building of such an open scholarly communication infrastructure.  ...  This white paper is the output of the OPERAS Special Interest Group (SIG) Tools Research and Development for scholarly communication; it is an updated version of a previous 2018 white paper.  ...  The white paper brings information on the existing tools for scholarly publishing, as well as recommendations that will support the building of such an open scholarly communication infrastructure.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5654318 fatcat:36l5dt6wprhjrfowboi3gug56m

LIBER 2021 Session #5: How Can Open Infrastructures Support the Role of Research Libraries?

Maaike Napolitano, Fidan Limani, Joanna Ball, Niels Stern, Silvio Peroni, Emilie Blotière, Tiziana Lombardo
2021 Zenodo  
An initial version of the KG is presented and discussed, all the while keeping a library perspective on the process.  ...  CNRS (Huma-Num), France, Emilie Blotière, CNRS (Huma-Num), France, Judith Schulte, Max Weber Stufung, Germany, Tiziana Lombardo, Net7 In the first presentation, Fidan Limani explores the integration of scholarly  ...  system ○ Crowdfunding platform Impacts on society A meeting point among communities: • SSH • Open Scholarly Communication • Citizen Science • European initiatives Lorem ipsum congue tempus  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5044765 fatcat:livymzvzpbctjch5tnnpmrtv2y

The Golden Age of the Green Ecosystem: A Color-Blind Perspective on Repositories

Micah Vandegrift
2021 Against the Grain  
platform, an e-commerce platform that automates the payment and collection of article publication charges (APCs) for open access content.  ...  Retrieved July 23, 2019, from Scholarly Publishing -MIT Libraries website: spotlight-harvard-library-and-mit-libraries-provide-recommendations-for-plan-s-implementation  ... 
doi:10.7771/2380-176x.8409 fatcat:6zuj65xieveihjkabicklaripm

From Peer-Reviewed to Peer-Reproduced in Scholarly Publishing: The Complementary Roles of Data Models and Workflows in Bioinformatics

Alejandra González-Beltrán, Peter Li, Jun Zhao, Maria Susana Avila-Garcia, Marco Roos, Mark Thompson, Eelke van der Horst, Rajaram Kaliyaperumal, Ruibang Luo, Tin-Lap Lee, Tak-wah Lam, Scott C. Edmunds (+3 others)
2015 PLoS ONE  
Computational workflow platforms can also be used to reproduce analyses of data in a principled manner.  ...  Motivation Reproducing the results from a scientific paper can be challenging due to the absence of data and the computational tools required for their analysis.  ...  PL,TTL and SCE would like to thank Huayan Gao for technical support on Galaxy. The authors are particularly grateful to Chris Taylor for reading and commenting on the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0127612 pmid:26154165 pmcid:PMC4495984 fatcat:4csv4htbrzgmvl7rtximui7d4m

Mining Scholarly Communication and Interaction on the Social Web

Asmelash Teka Hadgu
2015 Proceedings of the 24th International Conference on World Wide Web - WWW '15 Companion  
The explosion of Web 2.0 platforms including social networking sites such as Twitter, blogs and wikis affects all web users: scholars included.  ...  This research proposes novel methods to collect, filter, analyze and make sense of scholars and scholarly communication by integrating heterogeneous data sources from fast social media streams as well  ...  recommending scholars and scholarly content.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2740908.2741749 dblp:conf/www/Hadgu15 fatcat:ylwbhl3ipzacnli4pon5bw2xny

Online Resources for Scholarly Journal Publishing

Larissa Wodtke
2018 Scholarly and Research Communication  
This paper describes an environmental scan of online resources for editors and publishers of scholarly journals that was conducted from March to June 2017.  ...  Introduction is article provides the results of an environmental scan of online resources for editors and publishers of scholarly journals that was conducted from March to June 2017.  ...  -publishing-platforms-liberal-arts-colleges/ BUSINESS MODELS With the advancement of technology and the changing landscape for scholarly publishing in an open access and/or online environment, journals  ... 
doi:10.22230/src.2018v9n1a283 fatcat:wphkfbe46ndv5lqq43aadrexta

OPERAS White Paper: Common Standards and FAIR Principles [article]

Marina Angelaki, Karla Avanço, Claire Clivaz, Elena Giglia, Arnaud Gingold, Paraskevas Kamatsos, Chloé Lebon, Pierre Mounier, Federico Pianzola, Panayota Polydoratou, Cezary Rosinsky, Jochen Schirrwagen (+3 others)
2021 Zenodo  
scholarly output in the social science and humanities (SSH) and beyond.  ...  future work for the SIG.  ...  for shaping an integrated scholarly communication landscape.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5653414 fatcat:ahma66rljnbxxhdw6kzcefstn4

Research Universities Stakeholder Report

Ali Andalibi, Nancy Davenport, Barbara DeFelice, Michelle Gluck, Patrick Herron, Mark Newton, Joyce Ogburn
2017 Open Scholarship Initiative Proceedings  
Can we imagine and realize, for example, university-supported platforms for open data sharing that invite peers in as collaborators rather than competitors?  ...  Real advancement requires support for the innovation and experimentation of our scholars, structures tolerant of failure that admit a new range of techniques and approaches.  ... 
doi:10.13021/g8osi.1.2017.1940 fatcat:2ey7pvvbn5d77id3weqvjlxn3e

A Publisher's Perspective on PDA

Rebecca Seger, Lenny Allen
2014 Against the Grain  
"Just in case" acquisition of scholarly content has formed the bedrock of both university press (UP) and commercial academic press sales and has allowed for experimentation and risk-taking in other areas  ...  This article will describe the charges assigned to the groups, the models that were investigated, final recommendations for a purchase model and a vendor, and issues encountered in implementing a consortium  ... 
doi:10.7771/2380-176x.5889 fatcat:3hlgead5srecnd6ecepbncdoau
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