Posts Tagged ‘Elsevier’

#OpenData The Researcher Perspective

Posted by: bluesyemre on April 13, 2017

#CiteScore: a new #metric to help you choose the right journal

Posted by: bluesyemre on December 13, 2016

#Read #Books, Live Longer?

Posted by: bluesyemre on August 5, 2016

#Librarian Quick Reference Cards for Research Impact Metrics

Posted by: bluesyemre on July 31, 2016

Why #Sci-Hub will win? James Heathers

Posted by: bluesyemre on May 28, 2016

Modest #OpenAccess Christmas Deal in The Netherlands

Posted by: bluesyemre on December 11, 2015

#mendeley, #elsevier and the Future of #scholarlypublishing

Posted by: bluesyemre on April 24, 2015

Knovel Academic Challenge 2015 @ElsevierTurkiye

Posted by: bluesyemre on December 3, 2014

Librarians and Research Impact #infographic

Posted by: bluesyemre on June 17, 2014

Ontology-based annotation and retrieval of services in the Cloud

Posted by: bluesyemre on October 17, 2013

Elsevier: All your data belongs to us by Andrew Leonard

Posted by: bluesyemre on April 10, 2013

‘8 reasons I accepted your article’ by Elizabeth Zwaaf

Posted by: bluesyemre on February 1, 2013

’8 reasons I rejected your article’ by Peter Thrower

Posted by: bluesyemre on February 1, 2013

ACCUCOMS launches user interaction program for Elsevier

Posted by: bluesyemre on January 16, 2013

Knovel Acquisition by Elsevier

Posted by: bluesyemre on January 7, 2013

Research Trends

Posted by: bluesyemre on November 28, 2012

Elsevier Yazar Seminerleri Aralık 2012

Posted by: bluesyemre on November 28, 2012