OSTI, US Dept of Energy Office of Scientific and Technical Information | Speeding access to science information from DOE and Beyond

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Summary:

"The Department of Energy (DOE) Public Access Gateway for Energy and Science (DOE PAGES), developed and maintained by the DOE Office of Scientific and Technical Information (OSTI), provides free public access to scholarly scientific publications resulting from DOE research funding.  This access generally occurs within 12 months of publication. 

OSTI recently added citation metrics on DOE PAGES search results and article metadata pages.  Through an agreement with Clarivate Analytics, DOE PAGES uses Web of Science citation data to provide authors and readers with information about how many times an article has been cited by other works, a measure of the article’s scholarly impact.  (For more information about this new publicly-accessible feature, please see the Search Tip below.)  Separately, through the agreement, DOE PAGES will display additional features and citation metrics for users with national lab and DOE IP addresses.  These enhancements are part of an ongoing effort to better serve the needs of DOE-funded scientists and the public. 

OSTI also recently compiled and posted a completely new and more extensive set of DOE PAGES FAQs.  The revamped FAQs provide answers to questions about public access, general information about DOE PAGES and its content, and advanced search help (such as what bibliographic data and metadata is searchable in DOE PAGES).  There is additional information for authors, including a flowchart outlining the process for submitting accepted manuscripts."

Link:

https://www.osti.gov/home/newsletter/issue-19-april-may-2017

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Date tagged:

04/29/2017, 15:15

Date published:

04/29/2017, 11:15