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Writing a narrative biomedical review: considerations for authors, peer reviewers, and editors

Armen Yuri Gasparyan, Lilit Ayvazyan, Heather Blackmore, George D. Kitas
2011 Rheumatology International  
Our years of working for scholarly publishers and societies big and small, and the understanding Thomson Reuters has of the entire scholarly research community, give us an insight into your world that  ...  Because we've done the work and know the industry, we can help you determine the best way to grow your journal and meet the next set of challenges.  ...  on scientific information in the digital age.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00296-011-1999-3 pmid:21800117 fatcat:bzlhcozj7zfmxk2sevwdsvncne

Migrating heritage: Experiences of cultural networks and cultural dialogue in Europe

Gillian Oliver
2015 The Australian Library Journal  
Acknowledgments The paper is based on the research Being into Errancy: Living and Cultural Spaces in postcolonial encounters and in their willingness to commit to the cultural and political challenge they  ...  It was an opportunity to offer a better understanding of our institution as much as an opening to different practices and contexts.  ...  The French president, François Mitterrand, made such a promise but part of the scientific community opposed this repatriation on the grounds of the legal principle of inalienability.  ... 
doi:10.1080/00049670.2015.1040359 fatcat:7cff7ntlnvhslm4vscymo4xcfy

Migrating heritage: experiences of cultural networks and cultural dialogue in Europe

Philip Long
2016 International Journal of Heritage Studies (IJHS)  
Acknowledgments The paper is based on the research Being into Errancy: Living and Cultural Spaces in postcolonial encounters and in their willingness to commit to the cultural and political challenge they  ...  It was an opportunity to offer a better understanding of our institution as much as an opening to different practices and contexts.  ...  The French president, François Mitterrand, made such a promise but part of the scientific community opposed this repatriation on the grounds of the legal principle of inalienability.  ... 
doi:10.1080/13527258.2016.1182052 fatcat:rwb5jcohrjfo5delouext3bajm

Richard F. Wetzell. Inventing the Criminal: A History of German Criminology, 1880–1945. (Studies in Legal History.) xvi + 348 pp., bibl., index.Chapel Hill/London: University of North Carolina Press, 2000. $39.95

Andre Wakefield
2002 Isis  
Allen's strengths lie in his ability to draw on works of literature, especially popular literature. His particular emphasis on French works reflects his own background in medieval French literature.  ...  He was associate director of the Princeton-Penn Accelerator in the 1960s, served on the boards of trustees of two university consortia that manage major scientific facilities, and was a member of the Department  ...  Its goals were twofold: first, to watch relevant legislation and provide the voice of British biologists on international issues; second, to serve the labor and community needs of British biology in both  ... 
doi:10.1086/343270 fatcat:cwunlznmpvba5f7mibgfrqmfam

C. Wright Mills. Letters and Autobiographical Writings. Edited by, Kathryn Mills and Pamela Mills. Introduction by, Dan Wakefield. xxviii + 378 pp., illus., apps., bibl., index.Berkeley/Los Angeles/London: University of California Press, 2000. $34.95

Robert C. Bannister
2002 Isis  
Allen's strengths lie in his ability to draw on works of literature, especially popular literature. His particular emphasis on French works reflects his own background in medieval French literature.  ...  He was associate director of the Princeton-Penn Accelerator in the 1960s, served on the boards of trustees of two university consortia that manage major scientific facilities, and was a member of the Department  ...  Its goals were twofold: first, to watch relevant legislation and provide the voice of British biologists on international issues; second, to serve the labor and community needs of British biology in both  ... 
doi:10.1086/343331 fatcat:7dzhwm44gbgcjkqdtqhlsyu6om

Culture and Urban Development Policies. Beyond Large Metropolis

Elisabete Tomaz, Rita Espanha, Pedro Costa
2021 Zenodo  
The vast literature, on this subject, focuses mainly on the processes that take place in large metropolises due to the concentration and diversity of resources, neglecting the initiatives undertaken in  ...  This research reflects on the values and roles attributed to culture in the urban planning strategies and development policies of four European small and medium-sized urban centres, situated in intermediate  ...  Beyond the global economic crisis: Economics and politics for a post-crisis settlement. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. Jessop, B. (2010) "Cultural political economy and critical policy studies."  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5085269 fatcat:ulmf6jrz4vbytdczk5bhfii27e

Digital Information Organization in Japan Digital Information Organization in Japan World Technology (WTEC) Division

Raj Reddy, Tryg Ager, Rama Chellappa, W Croft, Beth Davis-Brown, Jerry Michael, Ian Shamos, R Shelton, Raj Reddy, Tryg Ager, Rama Chellappa, A Williams Building (+18 others)
1999 unpublished
This report reviews the status of Japanese hardware, systems and applications for digital information organization (DIO) with a particular emphasis on digital libraries.  ...  the scope and effectiveness of international collaboration and thus benefit the United States and all its international partners in collaborative research and development efforts.  ...  In addition to a wide menu of compulsory licenses, there is a wider recognition of the fair use principle in Japan than in the United States. For example, personal use in Japan is almost always fair.  ... 
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Twilight Zones. Liminal Texts of the Long Turn of the Century (1880 to 1940) [article]

Susanne Knaller, Stephan Moebius, Martina Scholger
2022
Diese Lizenz erlaubt unter Voraussetzung der Namensnennung der UrheberInnen die Bearbeitung, Vervielfältigung und Verbreitung des Materials in jedem Format oder Medium für beliebige Zwecke, auch kommerziell  ...  In the end, Twilight Zones provides an example of a combination of literary studies, a perspective on digital humanities and the value of practice theories in this context.  ...  GAMS follows the FAIR Guiding principles for scientific data management and stewardship, providing guidelines to improve the findability, accessibility, interoperability, and reusability of research data  ... 
doi:10.25364/978-3-903374-07-2 fatcat:t2cz5gefzbdhjajpjirxljohae

Data reuse in the social sciences and humanities : project report of the SWITCH Innovation Lab "Repositories & Data Quality"

Nicolai Hauf, Andreas Fürholz, Vanessa Christina Klaas, Jennifer Morger, Elena Šimukovič, Martin Jaekel
2021
DaSCH, FORS and SAGW gave impactful feedback during the survey design and later distributed the questionnaire through their communication channels directly to the researchers.  ...  This endeavor would not have been possible without the help of central service providers in the SSH in Switzerland.  ...  Archaeology, Fine Arts, Linguistics, Literature).  ... 
doi:10.21256/zhaw-2404 fatcat:snquqwzmuffbxnjxkbqcjbjcma

Panel Members: Panel Members

Wednesday, October
unpublished
Today more than 50% of the world's population lives in cities, which means that cities use 70% of the world's resources and are responsible for 80% of the CO2 emissions.  ...  Sociologist Anders Blok will engage in a dialogue with Rune Boserup from COBE architects, the designers of the new North Harbour, on how future, sustainable cities will take form, and the diverse challenges  ...  Approaching dimensions of technology in practice: Forming an ecological view from the views of teachers and nurses.  ... 
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What is Open if not Open Access? Tracing a Genealogy of "Open" in Anthropology

Katharine Herman
2020
Since the advent of open access in the context of academic publishing, "OA" itself has become commodified and narrowed to almost singularly refer to "a freely accessible PDF" despite a rich and varied  ...  From an alternative genealogy, I hope to generate new foci for later open access projects in anthropology through a more expansive concept of open.  ...  HAU focused on the translation of French, Italian, and other European scholars across the humanities (particularly linguistics and philosophy) to revitalize the anthropological canon for the benefit of  ... 
doi:10.17615/wmz0-tv70 fatcat:e4fiymgpp5fwxl3hucwrappi5q

LITHUANIAN PUBLIC LIBRARIES: PRESERVING, CREATING, COOPERATING PREFACE INNOVATIVE LIBRARY-A PART OF SUSTAINABLE NETWORK THE MAP OF THE PUBLIC LIBRARIES OF LITHUANIA LIBRARIES IN LITHUANIA MARTYNAS MAŽVYDAS NATIONAL LIBRARY OF LITHUANIA /LNB CHANGES IN PUBLIC LIBRARIES DURING THE PROJECT LIBRARIES FOR INNOVATION

Gerda Putnaitė, Vcpl, Urbonavičienė, Kcpl, Daiva, Stasaitienė Klcpl, Ekaterina Prakapene, Šcpl, Virginija Švedienė, Pcpl
2008 unpublished
During the days of Švenčionys town, Švenčionys PL together with Lithuanian Institute of History organized an international scientific conference Ethnology: History, Present and Perspectives designated  ...  Rapid development of information technologies had an impact on libraries, too. Almost all the libraries of the region are computerized.  ...  The library provides new services: internet access, mobile phones services, physical mobile space, digital communication and publishing centre.  ... 
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