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Professor Catherine Graham Listed Among Most Influential Researchers 2015

Department of Ecology and Evolution Associate Professor Catherine H. Graham has been recognized by publisher Thomson Reuters as one of the most highly cited and influential researchers of 2015.  Professor Graham has authored and co-authored multiple highly cited articles, including “Novel

Posted in Ecology and Evolution, Scholarly Communication, STEM

Kudos: Increase Your Research Impact and Citations

Although Open Access leverages the availability of your research to a broad spectrum of audiences, it does not guarantee the visibility of your work due to the abundance of literature available online. To overcome this setback you can use Kudos as a toolkit

Posted in Open Access, Scholarly Communication, Uncategorized

Open Education Week 2016 @ SBU

Open Education encompasses resources, tools, practices and policies that are free of legal, financial and technical barriers and can be fully used, shared and adapted in the digital environment. The movement for open education seeks to tap into the vast

Posted in Open Access, Scholarly Communication

Open Education Week 2016

Organized by the Open Education Consortium, Open Education Week will take place on 7-11 March 2016 as an event to promote and celebrate open education efforts exerted by various individuals and institutions and their achievements affecting educators and leaners. If

Posted in Scholarly Communication

Poster Session

The 2015 Open Access Symposium & 9th Antonija Prelec Memorial Lecture featured a poster session covering a range of open access topics.  Posters were created by Stony Brook University Librarians Darren Chase, Laura Costello, Jennifer DeVito, Ann Gleason, Molly Higgins,

Posted in oa-prelec, Open Access, SC, Scholarly Communication

Open Access Week 2015

Open Access literature is digital, online, free of charge, and free of most copyright and licensing restrictions. What it means to academia and research is that the primary barrier to access, price, is removed from the equation, allowing free access

Posted in Open Access, SC, Scholarly Communication

Screenings: The Internet’s Own Boy

Join us for a special Open Access Week viewing of The Internet’s Own Boy, which follows the inspiring and tragic story of information activist and Reddit co-founder Aaron Swartz. Swartz was indicted by federal prosecutors for alleged felony computer crimes for downloading JSTOR articles

Posted in Scholarly Communication

University Libraries Colloquium Series

We are pleased to announce the October schedule for the Stony Brook University Libraries Colloquium Series.  All are welcome to attend. Please mark your calendars and come join the library faculty and staff as we share our current research, achievements,

Posted in Health Sciences Library, Research, Scholarly Communication

Center for Scholarly Communication: Benefits for the researcher

The mission of the University Libraries Center for Scholarly Communication is to provide expertise, information and resources to researchers: in meeting grants funders’ public access mandates (NIH, NSF, etc.). for leveraging author’s copyright. author’s addendum for retaining copyright. discover and understand

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Open Access Symposium & Prelec Lecture 2015

October 22, 2015 Open Access, Open Data, Open Minds  featured  visionary ideas and  inspirational speakers. It combined the 9th Prelec Lecture on excellence in healthcare informatics with dynamic leaders from influential open access initiatives, and includes panel discussions of  the

Posted in oa-prelec, SC, Scholarly Communication