The OHSU Library has created a fund to support open access publishing at OHSU. The fund will pay article processing charges for OHSU employees and students. Open access broadens the availability of journal articles and can positively affect the scientific impact of your work. The fund is intended to reduce barriers to open access publishing and allow authors to choose the best possible venue for their research. Continue reading to learn more and apply for … Read More
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The OHSU Library has published a guide on the NIH Public Access Policy, offering a one-stop resource for understanding the Policy and its requirements. The guide provides beginning to end compliance instructions, step-by-step directions for submitting a manuscript to PubMedCentral, and an overview of the Library’s Policy services. Robin Champieux, scholarly communication librarian, is also available to answer your Policy related questions at (503) 494-2770.
Three OHSU ontologists had their study, “Dealing with Data: A Case Study on Information and Data Management Literacy,” featured in the Public Library of Science (PLoS) Biology journal. Congratulations! Visit the School of Medicine Research Voice blog to learn more.
Looking for an easier way to find out who does what at OHSU? To find funding? Or to find statistics on journal citations? OHSU licenses several tools, including SciVal Experts, Funding and Scopus, that are meant to help you find this information and much more, as quickly and easily as possible. These tools have recently undergone a major upgrade, so trainers from Elsevier will be on campus next Thursday, May 3 to demonstrate how to … Read More
By popular demand, Faculty of 1000, a service that provides ratings and reviews of biomedical research articles, is now available to OHSU researchers. How might this be useful to you? Faculty of 1000 acts as a filter, identifying and evaluating the most significant articles from peer-reviewed journals. Papers are evaluated by peer-nominated “faculty,” with the goal of rating research on its own merits rather than on the journal in which the paper was published. Access … Read More