BMKÖS: Besuchsstatistik der Österreichischen Bundesmuseen und der Österreichischen Nationalbibliothek für das Jahr 2020

Wien (OTS) – Die durch die Corona-Pandemie notwendigen Einschränkungen im Ausstellungsbetrieb haben sich auf die BesucherInnenzahlen der Bundesmuseen und der Österreichischen Nationalbibliothek im Jahr 2020 negativ ausgewirkt: Im Vergleich zu 2019 verzeichnen die Bundesmuseen sowie die Österreichische Nationalbibliothek im letzten Jahr einen … Weiterlesen

Hayashi (2021). How Could COVID-19 Change Scholarly Communication to a New Normal in the Open Science Paradigm?

Kazuhiro Hayashi (2021). How Could COVID-19 Change Scholarly Communication to a New Normal in the Open Science Paradigm? Patterns 2(1), 100191. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.patter.2020.100191 Since the emergence of the world wide web, scholarly journals have been transformed practically into “online journals” and … Weiterlesen

Buddenbohm, de Jong, Minel, Moranville (2020). Find Research Data Repositories for the Humanities – The Data Deposit Recommendation Service [Preprint]

Stefan Buddenbohm, Maaike de Jong, Jean-Luc Minel, Yoann Moranville (2020). Find Research Data Repositories for the Humanities – The Data Deposit Recommendation Service [Preprint]. ⟨hal-03020703v2⟩ How can researchers identify suitable research data repositories for the deposit of their research data? … Weiterlesen

LIBER Europe: Webinar „How Can Libraries Help Keep Open Science Infrastructure Free and Independent?“ (26 February 2021)

Ensuring a sustainable future for Open Science (OS) and Open Access scholarly publishing is imperative to support today’s and tomorrow’s crises. This webinar will highlight the need for funding OS infrastructure in the context of COVID-19. While OS infrastructure has … Weiterlesen

London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE): Decolonising the global publishing industry (27 January 2021)

Dominated by companies and university presses in the global North, the academic publishing market validates certain kinds of knowledge for profit, enhancing its authors’ careers and marginalising those who publish elsewhere. Authors from Global South institutions are underrepresented in such … Weiterlesen