Open Access Scientific and Technical Information: Research and Monitoring 2012-10-28


Use the link to access the full text article introduced as follows: "Open access scientific and technical resources represent a significant complementary collection: about 20% of scientific articles are available for free. Access to these scientific resources is an important issue, but how to make the best use of them is, as well. Between the numerous open archives (institutional, thematic and central) and open access scientific journals, it is not always easy for researchers to find their way around. The aim of this article is to show a few “tools” that make information retrieval and monitoring of open access scientific resources easier. This article is a translation of 'L’information scientifique et technique en libre accès : recherche et veille' ...  It was written by Hans Dillaerts and translated from French into English by Mayte Perea López."


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Date tagged:

10/28/2012, 19:37

Date published:

10/28/2012, 15:37