Literature search in ResearchGATE

ResearchGATE is “a free social networking site aimed at scientific researchers from all disciplines …” (excerpt from the current Wikipedia entry). I’ve recently become a member, but literature searches can be done by non-members. For example, a literature search for the key words “open access” AND “self-archiving” yielded 11 results. One for “open access self-archiving” yielded only 4 results. A search for “open access publishing” yielded 65 results.

Today, I initiated a thread on Open Access within the Science Communication Group.  (One needs to become a member to visit or contribute to this thread). The comment that I added is about a link to Peter Suber’sOpen Access Overview“, via: http://tinyurl.com/lb3r3

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  1. Soenke Bartling said

    Please also monitor the Science and Publication 2.0 group within ResearchGATE !

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