Tag: Indexing

Multilingual publishing at ScienceOpen 

Multilingual publishing at ScienceOpen 

English stands as one of the dominant languages in the realm of scientific publishing worldwide, making research in other languages potentially more challenging to discover. At ScienceOpen, we recognize the importance of cultural and linguistic diversity in academic research.
Our platform offers multilingual support for hosting articles as well as metadata elements including translated titles, keywords, abstracts, and more!

Build and innovate with ScienceOpen

Build and innovate with ScienceOpen

Our technical infrastructure can be easily adapted to different projects and solutions, supporting the dissemination and promotion of project results, and helping with recognition and networking, within the digital publishing environment.
ScienceOpen is a freely accessible

Explore ScienceOpen’s innovation potential and take a step into the future of digital publishing.

Burleigh Dodds Science Publishing joins ScienceOpen

Burleigh Dodds Science Publishing joins ScienceOpen

Burleigh Dodds Science Publishing empowers individuals and organizations to implement innovative solutions and make a tangible impact on issues such as food security, resource efficiency, and biodiversity conservation by facilitating access to cutting-edge research.

We are excited to announce the addition of Burleigh Dodds Science Publishing to ScienceOpen, which will feature valuable content in agriculture and food science disciplines while also advancing research and progress toward the Sustainable Development Goals.

Welcoming 2 new journals by Eleven on ScienceOpen

Welcoming 2 new journals by Eleven on ScienceOpen

Content from both journals, as well as other Eleven-related scholarship, will now be indexed in the form of an interactive collection, where ScienceOpen users and scholars can gain quick access to the scholarship and take advantage of our extensive discovery and promotion services.

Explore Eleven on ScienceOpen and make sure to share and recommend your favorite titles!

ScienceOpen for Students – Tips and tricks on getting the most out of ScienceOpen

ScienceOpen for Students – Tips and tricks on getting the most out of 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

In:  Collections  
Success Stories of 2022 – Radboud University Press

Success Stories of 2022 – Radboud University Press

Radboud University Press’s collection includes many book titles as well as publications from four of its journals in English, Dutch, and French, enriching not only the platform’s multilingual content but also the fields of literature, language, and religious studies.

ScienceOpen assists Radboud University Press in this new partnership by indexing its content on our platform and enhancing the discoverability and distribution of its titles in the digital publishing landscape.

In:  Announcements  
Welcoming China Occupational Medicine on ScienceOpen

Welcoming China Occupational Medicine on ScienceOpen

China Occupational Medicine aims to keep up with international development trends, track research hot spots in real-time, and provide academic exchange platforms for occupational disease prevention and control centers, disease control and prevention centers, occupational health supervision departments, environmental protection departments, scientific research institutions, and public health colleges.

Take the Open Peer Review Survey!

Take the Open Peer Review Survey!

There are pros and cons of Open Peer Review, so we would like to hear from you. Do you believe that Open Peer Review will catalyze a culture of open scholarly debate, or do you feel that it will prevent researchers from being completely honest in their critique?

Take our survey and share your experiences and thoughts!

Exploring the SDGs on ScienceOpen:  #11 Sustainable Cities and Communities

Exploring the SDGs on ScienceOpen:  #11 Sustainable Cities and Communities

We have a lot of scholarly content available that promotes Sustainable Development Goal 11 and below we want to share a few examples. Don’t forget to join the campaign by using #ExploreSDGs on Twitter and sharing the research you like the most or that is most relevant to you.

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