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FORTY YEARS OF SAILING: CONNECTING ISLANDS IN A DIGITAL WORLD
Identifying Core Marine Science Journals: Factors of Evaluation
Journal articles are the most important sources for scientific information. More than 20 years after the “Berlin Declaration,” more and more journals are published with open access. Due to this, the journals market is ...
Managing Scientific Data and Successful Library Partnerships: Sharing of Marine Data from Oceanographic Surveys Through a Proposed Library Network within the Westpac Region (Part: Southeast Asia)
The Western Pacific region is of vast social and economic importance with over 70% of the population living in and relying economically on coastal areas, and with approximately 54% of the world’s GDP generated from this ...
Oregon Estuarine Invertebrates: An Open Educational Resource?
Through a partnership of the University Libraries and the Oregon Institute of Marine Biology, we created an in-house open educational resource from a former government publication. The step-‐ ...
Towards Quality of Academic Publications in Uruguay
Librarians and publishers of scientific journals from multiple disciplines in Uruguay created a network after the First Training Workshop for Publishers: Scientific Journals and Quality Criteria, organized by Latindex and ...