Journal: Inf. Services and Use

Volume 35, Issue 4

207 -- 210Milena Dobreva, Birgit Schmidt. Preface
211 -- 216Jane E. Smith, Constance A. Rinaldo. Collaborating on open science: The journey of the Biodiversity Heritage Library
217 -- 233Aleksandar Dimchev, Rosen Stefanov. Is there a need for change in scientific communication and can open access take on this role?
235 -- 241Pablo de Castro. The OpenAIRE2020 FP7 Post-Grant Open Access Pilot: Implementing a European-wide funding initiative for Open Access publishing costs
243 -- 249Monica Marra. Professional social networks among Italian astrophysicists. Prospective changes in validation and dissemination practices?
251 -- 258Claire Clivaz, Cécile Pache, Marion Rivoal, Martial Sankar. Multimodal literacies and academic publishing: The eTalks
259 -- 271Fernando Loizides, George Buchanan, Keti Mavri. Theory and practice in visual interfaces for semi-structured document discovery and selection
273 -- 284Maria Nisheva-Pavlova, Dicho Shukerov, Pavel Pavlov. Design and implementation of a social semantic digital library

Volume 35, Issue 3

161 -- 162Arnoud de Kemp. Web25: The Road Ahead, 20-21 January 2015
167 -- 170Celina Ramjoué. Towards Open Science: The vision of the European Commission
171 -- 174Kent Anderson. Peer review - A publisher value-add? Or essential to the scientific communication system?
175 -- 179Phil Archer. Putting data at the heart of the Open Web
181 -- 184Moshe Pritsker. How video publication of laboratory experiments will solve the reproducibility problem: The Journal of Visualized Experiments
185 -- 188Bernd Pulverer. Data accessibility and reproducibility: Moving to transparent publishing in the biosciences
191 -- 206Laura Schumann, Wolfgang G. Stock. Acceptance and use of ubiquitous cities' information services

Volume 35, Issue 1-2

3 -- 22Bonnie Lawlor. An overview of the NFAIS 2015 Annual Conference: Anticipating Demand: The User Experience as Driver
23 -- 29Kalev H. Leetaru. The user of the future: Reimagining how we think about information
31 -- 50Kalev H. Leetaru. Mining libraries: Lessons learned from 20 years of massive computing on the world's information
51 -- 56David Shumaker. Caught in the middle: Scholars, publishers, librarians and information revolutions today and tomorrow
57 -- 70Micah Altman, Marguerite Avery. Information wants someone else to pay for it: Laws of information economics and scholarly publishing
71 -- 75Alex Humphreys. Really, really rapid prototyping: Flash builds and user-driven innovation at JSTOR Labs
77 -- 87Victor Camlek. Professional medical social networks: An evolving source of professional knowledge and content
89 -- 93Kate Lawrence. Today's college students: Skimmers, scanners and efficiency-seekers
95 -- 98Pierre Montagano. Analyzing usage: Visualizing end-user workflows to drive product development
99 -- 107Tim Collins. Library evolution, trends and the road ahead from the EBSCO lens
109 -- 115Leonid Teytelman, Alexei Stoliartchouk. Reducing the knowledge that perishes because we do not publish it
117 -- 134Christopher Kenneally, Judith Russell, Martha Whittaker, Brian F. O'Leary. Satisfying user demands and the impact on policy1
137 -- 140Wolfram Koch. The future of academic publishing: The chemists' point of view
141 -- 160Lynne Holden, Wallace Berger, Rebecca Zingarelli, Elliot R. Siegel. After-School Program for urban youth: Evaluation of a health careers course in New York City high schools