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RoMEO

Added new publishers:

Publisher RoMEO Colour Date Added
Asociacion Didactica Andalucia (Didactic Association Andalucia) Blue 23-April-2015
Geozon Science Media Green 23-April-2015
International Archives of Integrated Medicine Green 23-April-2015
Universitatea de ?tiin?e Agronomice si Medicina Veterinara – Bucure?ti (University of Agronomic Sciences and Veterinary Medicine of Bucharest) Green 27-April-2015
Université Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense, UMR LAVUE 7218, Laboratoire Mosaïques Green 23-April-2015
University of Victoria Blue 23-April-2015

 

Total publishers: 1830 [27/4/15]

Exceptions: 261 [27/4/15]

 

Updated entries

Publisher Update Date Updated
Alcohol Research Documentation Policy and Paid OA URLs 09-April-2015
AlphaMed Press Updated policy and policy links 08-April-2015
AlphaMed Press Updated policy and policy website 22-April-2015
AlphaMed Press: Stem Cells AlphaMed Press: Oncologist. Updated policy 22-April-2015
AlphaMed Press: Stem Cells Translational Medicine AlphaMed Press: Stem Cells; Updated policy and move SCTM to main AlphaMed Press policy as no longer open access 08-April-2015
American Mathematical Society Updated policy removing use of PDF 10-April-2015
American Society of Civil Engineers Paid OA URL 09-April-2015
Brill Updated policy URL 29-April-2015
Cochrane Collaboration Updated policy and policy links 10-April-2015
Duke University Press Updated deposit locations 08-April-2015
George Thieme Verlag Clarified use of Publisher’s version/PDF 14-April-2015
Instituto Universitário de Lisboa, Centro de Investigação e Estudos de Sociologia Removal of embargo period; White to Blue 01-April-2015
Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, Inc Updated policy and policy links 08-April-2015
Mary Ann Liebert: BioResearch Open Access Paid OA URL 09-April-2015
Medizinverlage Stuttgart Clarified use of Publisher’s version/PDF 14-April-2015
OMICS Publishing Group Name changed to OMICS International 28-April-2015
PNG Publications Policy and Paid OA URLs 09-April-2015
Royal College of Psychiatrists Paid OA URL 09-April-2015
Royal College of Psychiatrists Policy URLs 21-April-2015
Royal Society, The Removal of general embargo period. Embargo period remains for Institutional Repository Deposit. Yellow to Green 21-April-2015
Schlütersche Verlagsgesellschaft Paid OA URL 10-April-2015
Socrates Updated policy. Green to Yellow 22-April-2015
Thieme Publishing Clarified use of Publisher’s version/PDF 14-April-2015
TU Delft, Faculteit Bouwkunde Updated policy url and CC-BY version 22-April-2015
Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Escola Nacional de Saúde Pública Removed embargo period; added OA status 29-April-2015
Università di Bologna Name change to Alma Mater Studiorum – Università di Bologna (University of Bologna) 22-April-2015

 

Journal Exceptions

Parent Exception Date
AlphaMed Press STEM CELLS Translational Medicine 22-April-2015

 

 

JULIET

Funding Agency Date Added
US Department of Defense 20-April-2015

 

Funding Agency Update Date Updated
Action on Hearing Loss Policy URL 10-April-2015
Age UK Main URL 10-April-2015
Canadian Foundation for Healthcare Improvement Policy URL 09-April-2015
Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Policy URL 09-April-2015
CERN Policy URLs and added Data policy and urls 10-April-2015
Marie Curie Cancer Care Policy URL 09-April-2015
Riksbankens Jubileumsfond Policy URL and Policy Reviewed 20-April-2015

 

Biodiversity Heritage Library

“The Biodiversity Heritage Library improves research methodology by collaboratively making biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community. BHL also serves as the foundational literature component of the Encyclopedia of Life…

Latest Article Alert from Journal of Occupational Medicine and Toxicology

The following new article has just been published in Journal of Occupational Medicine and Toxicology

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Research
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Latest Article Alert from BMC Medicine

The following new articles have just been published in BMC Medicine

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Commentary
Accelerating health equity: the key role of universal health

Latest Article Alert from BMC Health Services Research

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Research article
A step-wise approach towards introduction

LIBER seeks Advocacy Officer

“LIBER is seeking an Advocacy Officer to work on our European projects relating to policy and advocacy and to support the Executive Director in developing our advocacy programme. The post-holder will work on advocacy and policy in the areas of copyright and text and data mining, open access, and research data management….”

CDRS is looking for summer and fall interns

“Calling all library school students! CDRS [Columbia University’s Center for Digital Research and Scholarship] is an organization that is dedicated to being leaders and innovators in providing equitable access to and participation in the scholarly conversation through openness, partnerships, and community collaborations. We have a limited number of internship opportunities available, and are searching for students interested in working with us to increase the efficacy and impact of scholarship and research in a more inclusive and integrated scholarly communication ecosystem through the use of multiple technologies and media.

Applications are welcome from students in LIS programs with project proposals that explore effective systems for creating, distributing, and preserving digital scholarly content….”

Latest Article Alert from Systematic Reviews

The following new article has just been published in Systematic Reviews

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Erratum
Erratum to: Using text mining for study identification in

Global Collaboration to Fight Malaria – YouTube

Abstract:  At least one child dies of malaria every minute of every day, mainly in Africa and Asia. According to Matthew Todd, who leads the Open Source Malaria Consortium in Sydney, Australia, given minimal financial incentives for pharmaceutical companies to develop new treatments and a high degree of suffering among the affected communities, a large-scale collaborative research model provides a solution. Todd turned publicly available data into a global effort to help identify new anti-malaria drugs. He did this by creating an open-source collaborative involving scientists, college students and others from around the world. They use open online laboratory notebooks in which their experimental data is posted each day, enabling instant sharing and the ability to build on others’ findings in almost real time. Todd’s Malaria Consortium could provide a model for researchers collaboratively tackling other daunting medical challenges, such as Alzheimer’s disease.