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Lionel Walter Information scientifique et bibliotheques (SISB)
Summary • What’s Infoscience • Infoscience : why ? • Infoscience : how ?
What is Infoscience • Infoscience is a database of the publications, research reports, Ph. D Theses, Ms Theses, semester works, lectures, etc. , of the Facultés, Laboratories and Researchers at the EPFL. • Developed at EPFL and CERN.
Why • Increase the visibility of your work • Facilitate the management of the publications list
One example • Scalability in adaptive multi-metric overlays • Rodriguez, A. ; Kostic, D. ; Vahdat, A. • Proceedings. The 2 nd IEEE International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems (2004)
IEEE proceedings • Need a license to buy these proceedings • Licenses are very expensive : 2 million swiss francs pro year for all the journals for the whole EPFL (full IEEE is 80’ 000 swiss francs)
Open access • Open access (OA) is immediate, free and unrestricted online access to digital scholarly material, primarily peerreviewed research articles in journals. OA was made possible by the advent of the Internet.
How to participate in Open Access • Golden road : Publish in a full open access journal : Plos Biology or make your article open access on the website of the publisher (need to pay a fee) • Green road : use what your publisher allows you to do : http: //www. sherpa. ac. uk/romeo. php
Why doing it • Give access to your work to the maximum number of persons • Increase the use of your work (more citations) • Give access to your work earlier (before the publication process)
Références • Hajjem, C. , Harnad, S. and Gingras, Y. (2005) Ten-Year Cross-Disciplinary Comparison of the Growth of Open Access and How it Increases Research Citation Impact. IEEE Data Engineering Bulletin 28(4) pp. 39 -47. http: //eprints. ecs. soton. ac. uk/11688/ => OA articles have consistently more citations, the advantage varying from 25%250% by discipline and year
Références • Eysenbach G. Citation Advantage of Open Access Articles. PLo. S Biol. 2006; 4(5) p. e 157. http: //dx. doi. org/10. 1371/journal. pbio. 0040157 • Eysenbach G. The Open Access Advantage [Editorial]. J Med Internet Res 2006 (May 15); 8(2): e 8 http: //www. jmir. org/2006/2/e 8/ • OA Impact Advantage = EA + (AA) + (QB) + QA + (CA) + UA (S. Harnad) • Et les références de http: //eprints. ecs. soton. ac. uk/11688/
Other reasons • Your dean asks you to do it (for example, you need to use Infoscience for I&C technical reports) • FNS : For Swiss National Science Foundation funded projects, you need to do it • Archives : when a lab is closed, Infoscience is still there • Harvesting
Practical use • A unique interface for the whole EPFL • Easy export, sort, … • Retrieve the data on various pages – Lab's page – People page – Faculty page
How ? • Infoscience homepage – Add – Edit – Export to a website – Export to people. epfl. ch – Quality