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ScienceOpen launches hosting services for conference proceedings with BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT

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Beginning July 2019, the conference proceedings from the Electronic Workshops in Computing (eWiC) organized by BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT will be fully hosted on ScienceOpen to contextualize and advance computing research in the form of an interactive featured collection within the discovery environment. Following our hosting cooperation with UCL Press, this partnership marks a new milestone in ScienceOpen’s portfolio of hosting features for publishers to contextualize and increase the discoverability of their content.

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Promote your conference at ScienceOpen

‘Emerging Alberta Deep Basin Early Cretaceous Tight Plays: Results from Field Mapping of Wilrich and Lower (Basal) Fahler Strata, Spirit River Formation, Grande Cache, Alberta’ – a poster on ScienceOpen

Organizing a conference this year? Publishing posters and proceedings on ScienceOpen is a low-cost alternative that puts your conference output in the context of over 50 million article records, with smart search and filtering tools and interactive features for the research community.

Posters are an effective way to communicate the essence of a research project in a compact space. They provide an opportunity to present preliminary results and get feedback from the scientific community before publishing. ScienceOpen has been publishing posters open access for years with over 170 posters on the platform. Now with an easy upload function, integration with ORCID and Crossref, and a full spectrum of usage metrics from citations to Altmetric Score, ScienceOpen offers a state-of-the-art platform for your conference. Users can bookmark their favourite posters, review, add comments, share to social media, recommend them to their peers, and cite. 

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