Comunicació de la Informació Acadèmica
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Comunicació de la informació acadèmica: Què és això de la ...

Comunicació de la informació acadèmica: Què és això de la ... | Comunicació de la Informació Acadèmica | Scoop.it
Les nostres universitats ... tot això és informació que pot ser comunicada i disseminada a través de la xarxa, i fins a l'infinit.
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nicoleta susanu's curator insight, February 3, 2013 10:55 AM

Guide which is not focused on which tasks should be implemented to accomplish successful communication, but more into the reasons behind why ressearch project’s results should be disseminated, why the policy makers are a relevant target group.

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UB CRAI: Office for Knowledge Dissemination

UB CRAI: Office for Knowledge Dissemination | Comunicació de la Informació Acadèmica | Scoop.it
Office for Knowledge Dissemination.biblioteques, biblioteca, horaris, recursos, fons, recerca, aprenentatge, docencia, gestions, ajuda, serveis, equipaments, horaris, noticies, adreces, libraries, library, openning hours, procedures, resources, collections,...
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10 Proofreading Tips For Self-Publishers

10 Proofreading Tips For Self-Publishers | Comunicació de la Informació Acadèmica | Scoop.it

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Antonio Figueiredo's curator insight, February 27, 2013 9:15 AM

Proofreading advice for self-publishers

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Reshaping Scholarly Communication

Reshaping Scholarly Communications is a web portal for stakeholders working to reshape scholarly communication, including libraries, University faculty and administration, and publishers.

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Springer Summit: Facilitating Scholarly Communication on Campus

Part of the Springer Global Summit Series. The event featured presentations and group discussion regarding scholarly communication initiatives from across th...
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Communicating science... Blogging and the Internet

The Internet affords a creative outlet for everyone with an interest in writing. The gap between the thoughts in one's head and the ability to share those thoughts across the web has, in the last few years, vanished. In this new climate, ideas are liberated into the blogosphere, competing for one's attention and, in a kind of web-based natural selection, some flourish while others die in the mires of inaccuracy. In this short film, neuroscience blogger, Mo Costandi, provides insights into what makes a successful blog and how a former security guard ended up writing the Guardian's Neurophilisophy blog.

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Competències informacionals per elaborar treballs acadèmics

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Martin Eve writes for the LSE Impact Blog | Open Library of Humanities

Martin Eve writes for the LSE Impact Blog | Open Library of Humanities | Comunicació de la Informació Acadèmica | Scoop.it
Meanwhile, arguments that the Humanities and Social Sciences (HSS) should resist such an implementation of open access publishing obligations, argues Martin, contradict the insistence that HSS subjects remain vitally ...

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Collection Development and Management: Scholarly Communications Issues

Scholarly communications involve complex dynamics among intellectual property, the economics of publishing, technological developments, legislative action, and the academic culture for research, publication, promotion, and tenure. A number of factors, especially the increasing commercialization of scholarly publishing and dramatic increases in journal costs, have decreased scholars' access to essential research resources all over the world. Each year fewer scholarly publications are available to scholars worldwide. Universities are acquiring a smaller portion of available journals and monographs, even though the production of scholarly information is growing exponentially. Faculty members publish articles that universities buy back at premium prices.

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