The League of European Research Universities (LERU) has launched two statements on the importance of Open Scholarship: ‘Open Access to Research Publications’ and ‘Open Research Data’.
Billet posté le 3 décembre 2012 sur le blog Open and shut ? de Steven Harnard : http://poynder.blogspot.fr/2012/12/the-oa-interviews-harvards-stuart.html.
When in 1989 Stuart Shieber became a Harvard faculty member he was, for reasons he never fully understood, appointed to a series of library committees. Whatever the reason for his appointment, it was to prove an educational experience: As he sat through the various committee meetings, Shieber began to see the world through the lens of the library, a perspective that led him to the inevitable conclusion that there was something amiss in the world of scholarly communication.
Lire l’interview complète : http://www.richardpoynder.co.uk/Shieber_Interview.pdf
Billet posté le 23 octobre 2012 sur le blog When the Data hits the fan! The blog of Simon Tanner : http://simon-tanner.blogspot.co.uk/2012/10/the-balanced-value-impact-model.html
The Balanced Value Impact Model (BVI Model) draws evidence from a wide range of sources to provide a compelling account of the means of measuring the impact of digital resources and using evidence to advocate how change benefits people. The aim is to provide key information and a strong model for the following primary communities of use: the cultural, heritage, academic or creative industries.