Monthly Archives: August 2010

Open Access Repositories – Choosing the Content is Very Important

The most common type of content in OA repositories is the peer-reviewed journal literature. Their authors benefit from increased visibility of their work and accompanying citation impact. The institutions can, through Open Access repositories, make their research programmes visible worldwide … Continue reading

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InTech’s Publishing Model as Disruptive Innovation

InTech founders Aleksandar Lazinica and Vedran Kordic, started out in 2004 with an inspiring mission to utilize the disruptive potential of Open Access to broaden access to knowledge. InTech started publishing journals and books covering fields of Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, … Continue reading

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Why Open Scientific Publishing is not the Thing of the Past

In 1960s, a dada artist named Ray Johnson established the New York Correspondence School (NYCS). He was a mail artist invading mailboxes everywhere with mail bunnies, imaginary fan clubs, and correspondence wordplays. Mail artists around the world embraced his idea … Continue reading

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About Open Access – Boosting Your Impact and Increasing the Visibility

The web is never-ending and publishing online not only multiplies the possible number of your readers, but it sheds new light on you. Your readers can be anyone in the world with an Internet access and their downloads add another … Continue reading

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InTech and Open Access Facts

The first free scientific online archive was arXiv.org started in 1991 by Paul Ginsparg. In 1997, the US National Library of Medicine made Medline, the most comprehensive index to medical literature, freely available in the form of PubMed. Today, at … Continue reading

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