Authors on ScienceOpen can now list multiple affiliations and have the option to add their affiliation both as free text and as a ROR persistent identifier for institutions. They can benefit from our wide range of hosting tools in any of the preprint servers hosted on ScienceOpen.
With finals, presentations, and papers due, the end of the semester can be a particularly challenging time for students all over the world. An additional problem that adds stress to the already overwhelming workload is the need to find relevant literature for each assignment.
During the last year, I have been actively using ScienceOpen for my research, and in this blog we want to highlight some of the most useful tools for students on ScienceOpen
Reviewer Credits, the global expert network that makes peer review visible and helps researchers get recognition for their work, is now partnering with ScienceOpen to make Peer Review visible and highlight its importance in the publishing landscape.
Our digital infrastructure allows for an easy integration of alt-text elements that will manifest themselves on the HTML full-text article landing pages, making content more accessible for all of our users, improving their overall user-experience on ScienceOpen, and enabling them to access information more effectively.
We join the United Nations in recognizing the contributions made by women and girls in science, as well as the support for gender equality, both of which contribute to global sustainable development.
We want to say a big thank you to all of the women scientists and academics who contribute to our knowledge of the world and, more importantly, serve as role models and mentors to the next generation.
Users of ScienceOpen can now access publications by the European Investment Bank (EIB) through the new research collection, which includes open and freely accessible publications covering the Bank’s activities and a wide range of research disciplines.
The European Investment Bank’s publications act as a catalyst for better understanding the challenges of investing in Europe’s economy.
The SSP community brings together academics, funders, librarians, publishers, service providers, technologists, and countless others with a communal interest and stake in the dissemination of scholarly information.
As the SSP prepares for this year’s meeting, we at ScienceOpen have dedicated a research collection to all of the posters from the previous meeting, as well as other SSP-related content.