Journal: Inf. Services and Use

Volume 37, Issue 4

369 -- 370Leslie Chan, Fernando Loizides. Preface for articles from ELPUB2017
371 -- 387Monica Marra. Astrophysicists and physicists as creators of ArXiv-based commenting resources for their research communities. An initial survey
389 -- 403Amanda Lawrence. Influence seekers: The production of grey literature for policy and practice
405 -- 424Roman Gurinovich, Alexander Pashuk, Yuriy Petrovskiy, Alex Dmitrievskij, Oleg Kuryan, Alexei Scerbacov, Antonia Tiggre, Elena Moroz, Yuliya Buinitskaya, Yuri Nikolsky. Increasing papers' discoverability with precise semantic labeling: The sci.AI publishing platform
425 -- 436Nuno Freire, Antoine Isaac, Glen Robson, John B. Howard, Hugo Manguinhas. A survey of Web technology for metadata aggregation in cultural heritage
437 -- 449Maurice McNaughton, Lila Rao. Governing knowledge commons in Caribbean disaster management: A comparative institutional analysis
451 -- 461Hugo Ferpozzi. Public participation and the co-production of open scientific knowledge: What is at stake?
463 -- 474Valeria Arza, Mariano Fressoli. Systematizing benefits of open science practices
475 -- 488Andre Luiz Appel, Sarita Albagli, Maria Lucia Maciel. Open scientific journals: Emerging practices and approaches

Volume 37, Issue 3

255 -- 0Johanna Wanka. Message of greeting to the Academic Publishing in Europe 12 conference in 2017
259 -- 261Rachel Burley. Peer review in the 21st century
263 -- 268Philip Carpenter. Publishing in the doghouse: Protecting copyright, enabling access, or both?
269 -- 270Michiel Kolman. Are STM publishers doing the right thing?
271 -- 274Amanda Crowfoot. Open Access policies and Science Europe: State of play
275 -- 276Melinda Kenneway. The journey from excellence to innovation
277 -- 280Jessica Polka. Preprints as a complement to the journal system in biology
283 -- 306Bonnie Lawlor. An overview of the NFAIS 2017 Annual Conference: The Big Pivot: Re-Engineering Scholarly Communication
307 -- 311David Fajgenbaum. Leveraging information and collaboration to cure disease
313 -- 318Robert T. Kasenchak Jr.. 505-998-0800 x116 Robert T. Access Innovations Jr., E.-mail: bob_kasenchak@accessinn. com LawlorBonnie Kasenchak: Scholarly triage: Advances in manuscript submission using text analytics techniques
319 -- 323Zhiwu Xie, Edward A. Fox. Advancing library cyberinfrastructure for big data sharing and reuse
325 -- 334Judith C. Russell. Celebrating serendipity and collaboration
335 -- 342Clifford B. Anderson. Data-first manifesto: Shifting priorities in scholarly communications
343 -- 348Kendall Bartsch. The Napster moment: Access and innovation in academic publishing
349 -- 354Rosalind Hill. Embracing digital: Key considerations for publishers, marketers and customers
355 -- 359Matt Dunie. The importance of research data management: The value of electronic laboratory notebooks in the management of data integrity and data availability
361 -- 367Julien Jomier. Open science - towards reproducible research

Volume 37, Issue 2

101 -- 103Elliot R. Siegel, Robert A. Logan. Editor's' note
105 -- 122Alex H. Krist, Sebastian T. Tong, Rebecca A. Aycock, Daniel R. Longo. Engaging patients in decision-making and behavior change to promote prevention
123 -- 130Gary L. Kreps. The relevance of health literacy to mHealth
131 -- 151Diane Levin-Zamir, Angela Yee Man Leung, Sarity Dodson, Gillian Rowlands. Health literacy in selected populations: Individuals, families, and communities from the international and cultural perspective
153 -- 176Linda Neuhauser. Integrating participatory design and health literacy to improve research and interventions
177 -- 187Michelle Roberts, Lizz Callahan, Catina O'Leary. Social media: A path to health literacy
189 -- 203Tam H. Nguyen, Michael K. Paasche-Orlow, Lauren A. McCormack. The state of the science of health literacy measurement
205 -- 218Bradford W. Hesse, Alexandra J. Greenberg, Emily B. Peterson, Wen-Ying Sylvia Chou. The health information national trends survey (HINTS): A resource for consumer engagement and health communication research
219 -- 234Sabrina Kurtz-Rossi, R. V. Rikard, Julie McKinney. Learning from the field and its listserv: Issues that concern health literacy practitioners
235 -- 252Sandra A. Smith, Lauren N. Carroll. Data-driven maternal health literacy promotion and a postscript on its implications

Volume 37, Issue 1

1 -- 5Dave Nicholas. New ways of building, showcasing, and measuring scholarly reputation in the digital age
7 -- 11Ralf Schimmer. The transformation of scientific journal publishing: Open access after the Berlin 12 Conference
13 -- 16Bernd Pulverer, Chris Armbruster. Where does the buck stop? Research ethics and publishing
17 -- 22John Sack. Friction in the scholarly workflow: Obstacles and opportunities
25 -- 32Imma Subirats, Iryna Solodovnik, Paolo Budroni, Raman Ganguly, Rastislav Hudak. Metadata and controlled vocabularies alignment in PHAIDRA international persistent ecosystem
33 -- 47J. David Johnson. Framing interprofessional team collaborative information seeking in health care settings
49 -- 56Barend Mons, Cameron Neylon, Jan Velterop, Michel Dumontier, Luiz Olavo Bonino da Silva Santos, Mark D. Wilkinson. Cloudy, increasingly FAIR; revisiting the FAIR Data guiding principles for the European Open Science Cloud
59 -- 83Robert A. Logan. Seeking an expanded, multidimensional conceptual approach to health literacy and health disparities research
85 -- 100Wanda Whitney, Alla Keselman, Betsy L. Humphreys. Libraries and librarians: Key partners for progress in health literacy research and practice