Journal: Inf. Services and Use

Volume 34, Issue 3-4

173 -- 180David Black. Can creators and curators redefine the scientific record?
181 -- 184David Sweeney. Working together more constructively towards open access
185 -- 188Sander Dekker. Going for gold
189 -- 193Michael Jubb. The 'Finch Report' and the transition to Open Access: Long term monitoring of progress in the United Kingdom
195 -- 199Fred Dylla. CHORUS - A solution for public access
201 -- 207Christian Herzog. Science funding and science policy: Big data as a tool for supporting the research funding process
211 -- 219Peter Linde, Merel Noorman, Bridgette A. Wessels, Thordis Sveinsdottir. How can libraries and other academic stakeholders engage in making data open?
221 -- 231Aspasia Togia, Stella Korobili. Attitudes towards open access: A meta-synthesis of the empirical literature
233 -- 240Lisiane Lomazzi, Ghislaine Chartron. The implementation of the European Commission recommendation on open access to scientific information: Comparison of national policies
241 -- 248Morgana Carneiro de Andrade, Ana Alice Baptista. Researchers' information needs in the bibliographic database: A literature review
249 -- 258Wilko van Hoek, Wei Shen, Philipp Mayr. Identifying user behavior in domain-specific repositories
259 -- 268Ben De Meester, Tom De Nies, Hajar Ghaem Sigarchian, Miel Vander Sande, Jelle van Campen, Bram Van Impe, Wesley De Neve, Erik Mannens, Rik Van de Walle. A digital-first authoring environment for enriched e-books using EPUB 3
269 -- 277Christine Berthaud, Laurent Capelli, Jens Gustedt, Claude Kirchner, Kevin Loiseau, Agnès Magron, Maud Medves, Alain Monteil, Gaëlle Rivrieux, Laurent Romary. EPISCIENCES - An overlay publication platform
279 -- 286Dimitris Rousidis, Emmanouel Garoufallou, Panos Balatsoukas, Miguel-Angel Sicilia. Metadata for Big Data: A preliminary investigation of metadata quality issues in research data repositories
287 -- 295Victoria Tsoukala, Alexia Panagopoulou, Giorgos Stavrou, Eleni Angelidi, Evi Sachini, Alexandros Nafpliotis. Developing the Greek Reference Index for the Social Sciences and Humanities
297 -- 307Nikos Houssos, Panagiotis Stathopoulos, Ioanna-Ourania Stathopoulou, Andreas Kalaitzis, Alexandros Soumplis. Shared service components infrastructure for enriching the user experience in electronic publications
309 -- 314Alexandros Nafpliotis, Victoria Tsoukala, Nikos Houssos, Andreas Kalaitzis, Evi Sachini. EKT ePublishing: Developing an Open Access publishing service for the Greek research community
315 -- 319Anne-Katharina Weilenmann. A new paradigm for the scientific article
321 -- 324Birgitta Wallin, Elena Maceviciute. Main actors in provision of fiction e-books in a small language market: A Swedish case
325 -- 330Marcelo Schiessl, Rita Berardi, Marisa Bräscher. Similarity between text and RDF
331 -- 333Thordis Sveinsdottir, Bridgette A. Wessels, Rod Smallwood, Peter Linde, Vasso Kala, Victoria Tsoukala, Jeroen Sondervan. Policy recommendations for Open Access to research data in Europe - Stakeholder values and ecosystems
335 -- 344Leen Breure. Transforming a research paper into a rich internet publication
345 -- 352Ioannis Clapsopoulos, Sofia Zapounidou, Marios Balatzaras, Dimitrios Patrinos. Scientific information management policies and information literacy schemes in Greek higher education institutions and libraries
355 -- 366Lynne Holden, Bernice Rumala, Patricia Carson, Elliot R. Siegel. Promoting careers in health care for urban youth: What students, parents and educators can teach us

Volume 34, Issue 1-2

3 -- 15Bonnie Lawlor. An overview of the NFAIS 2014 Annual Conference - Giving Voice to Content: Re-Envisioning the Business of Information
17 -- 25John Blossom. The Signal Economy: How to target new revenues through predictive analytics
27 -- 37IJsbrand Jan Aalbersberg, Pilar Cos Alvarez, Julien Jomier, Charles Marion, Elena V. Zudilova-Seinstra. Bringing 3D visualization into the online research article
39 -- 48Carol Tenopir. Trust in reading, citing and publishing
49 -- 64Marjorie M. K. Hlava. Making information a business: The voice behind the curtain: - NFAIS Miles Conrad Memorial Lecture, February 23, 2014
65 -- 69Mitchell Davis. Creating new business models around a world-class library patron experience
71 -- 74Nader Qaimari, Bethany Dotson. Emerging business models: Usage-driven acquisition
75 -- 84Christopher Kenneally, October Ivins, Maryann Martone, Britt Mueller, William Trippe. Re-envisioning the business of information: Policies, practices and procedures
87 -- 88Bonnie C. Carroll. Social media and new trends in publication and data metrics
89 -- 90Tanya Lewis. Tweeting @ Work: The use of social media in professional communication
91 -- 92Michael E. Newman, Mark R. Newell. The Trivia Challenge
93 -- 96Laurel L. Haak. Persistent identifiers can improve provenance and attribution and encourage sharing of research results
97 -- 98Megan M. Force, Daniel M. Auld. Data Citation Index: Promoting attribution, use and discovery of research data
99 -- 102William Gunn. Mendeley: Enabling and understanding scientific collaboration
103 -- 106Todd A. Carpenter. Comparing digital apples to digital apples: Background on NISO's effort to build an infrastructure for new forms of scholarly assessment
109 -- 148Nicole C. Dancy, Maxine L. Rockoff, Gale A. Dutcher, Alla Keselman, Rebecca Schnall, Elliot R. Siegel, Suzanne Bakken. Empowering patients and community online: Evaluation of the AIDS community information outreach program
149 -- 170Cynthia B. Love, Stacey J. Arnesen, Steven J. Phillips, Robert E. Windom. National Library of Medicine Disaster Information Management Research Center: Achieving the vision, 2010-2013