Jisc and Elsevier have signed a commitment to help institutions implement the open access eligibility criteria for the UK Research Excellence Framework (REF). Using Elsevier’s ScienceDirect article and journal-level metadata, such as article acceptance date, embargo date, and grant/funder IDs, Jisc’s Publications Router service will be able to support UK institutions more efficiently and comprehensively identify UK-published articles at various stages of the publication process. Vice president of global policy at Elsevier believes this agreement as an expansion of their partnership with Jisc by working with another area of importance to UK institutions. Bill Hubbard, Head of Scholarly Communications Support at Jisc, added: ‘Integrating ScienceDirect APIs into the Jisc Publications Router automates and accelerates the process.
SAGE has entitled 18 journals for publication. In addition to this, 9 open access titles have also been entitled for publication that includes Global Advances in Health and Medicine, Global Spine Journal, Journal of Orthopaedic Surgery, Libertas Academica Portfolio, Nordic Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, Pediatric and Developmental Pathology, Plastic Surgery, Plastic Surgery Case Studies […]
MDPI’s journal, Microarrays has recently been renamed as High-Throughput. The website for the same has also been given a new skin. You can visit the site by clicking on the following site: http://www.mdpi.com/journal/high-throughput. Reference Link: http://www.mdpi.com/about/announcements/1033
A group of 10 member delegation of prominent professors and researcher from the La Trobe University Australia is teaming up with Lovely Professional University (LPU). The delegates urge to focus more on strengthening student mobility programs between the two universities. Both the universities have previously participated in enhancing scholarly research before. The group of delegation […]