Posts Tagged: Open access

Data mining Open access Science policy
Data mining: Open access policies and outcomes
September 20, 2017
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During our data mining project for the European Commission, one of the case studies we undertook to test our framework to guide data mining for policy research explored open access (OA) publications in the European context. Specifically, the question we aimed to tackle was whether institutional OA policies have an effect on the share of an institution’s papers available in OA, and if so, to what degree. An answer to this question would provide actionable advice for institutions that are looking to increase the availability of their research. Here’s what we found.
Bibliometrics Open access Scopus
OACA – the open access citation advantage
July 22, 2016
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If you post your paper online somewhere outside a paywall, you join the majority of scholars and your paper will gain a citation advantage over papers available only through a journal. This has been demonstrated in recent research. A particular focus of research on open access publishing has been the hypothesis that open access papers […]