Later this year, the library will kick off a renovation project and transform many areas of the library into brand new spaces that support the technology and the activity you asked for.
This site will be a useful tool to get updates of what’s happening, from the project to the preliminary renderings. You will be able to share your comments on every step of the project (see also the result of the kick off survey).
Here is the timeline of the project, anticipated as of 01/18/2016:
- Beginning of design work: February 2016
- Schematic design complete: March 2016
- Design development complete: April 2016
- Contract documents completed: May 2016
- Works: June to September 2016
Horizon 2020 is the biggest EU Research and Innovation programme ever with nearly €80 billion of funding available over 7 years (2014 to 2020).
Here is a three minute animation clip which will give you a general overview of the programme specifics:
Open access to scientific peer reviewed publications has been anchored as an underlying principle in the Horizon 2020 and is explained in the Regulation and the Rules of Participation as well as through the relevant provisions in the grant agreement (see Horizon 2020 Annotated Model Grant Agreement, October 2015 with information about open access on the pages 216-219).
A new element in Horizon 2020 is the use of Data Management Plans (DMPs) detailing what data the project will generate, whether and how it will be exploited or made accessible for verification and re-use, and how it will be curated and preserved. The use of a Data Management Plan is required for projects participating in the Open Research Data Pilot.
Ask the library to know more about the Guidelines on Open Access to Scientific Publications and Research Data in Horizon 2020 and the Guidelines on Data Management in Horizon 2020.
JISC is publishing a new guide: “How and why you should manage your research data: a guide for researchers.An introduction to engaging with research data management processes.”
JISC is the UK higher, further education and skills sectors’ not-for-profit organisation for digital services and solutions.
This guide provides an introduction to engaging with research data management processes and is dedicated to researchers and research data management support staff.
As for JISC, most of the activities involved are: naming files so you can find them quickly; keeping track of different versions, and deleting those not needed; backing up valuable data and controlling who has access to your data.
Apart from this very interesting and useful guide, JISC recommends the following training programmes available online, mostly originating from Jisc funding:
- Mantra – a free online course designed for researchers or others who manage digital data as part of a research project
- TraD – includes a blended learning course for those in (or expecting to be in) research data management support roles
- RDMRose – an open educational resource for information professionals on research data management
Sharing of scholarly articles is widespread and increasing. The Beyond Downloads project (Elsevier) looks at scholars’ sharing behavior and what download counts are missing to better measure the reach —and impact — of a library’s resources.
This is an example of the answer to the question:
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from 1,000 faculty members, researchers and PhD/master’s students.
SSRN is releasing author photo and CV on Author Pages
As an author, you can now upload a photo or CV to your page by either:
– clicking Edit my Personal Information on your SSRN Author Page (if you are signed in or have a cookie stored on your computer) and scrolling to the bottom of the page
– signing in to hq.ssrn.com
, clicking the Personal Info link on the left menu and scrolling to the bottom of the page.
This feature could make it easier for our authors to connect, communicate and collaborate.
will be happy to help you on this feature and all other issues regarding SSRN: submitting, copyright, ranking…