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Title: Open Science Directory
Authors: EBSCO
Hasselt University Library
Keywords: Open Science Directory, Scientific Journals
Issue Date: 2002
Publisher: EBSCO and Hasselt University Library
Abstract: The Open Science Directory has been developed by EBSCO and the Hasselt University Library based upon a request by marine information management experts collaborating within the framework of the IOC’s (Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of UNESCO) IODE (International Oceanographic Data and Information Exchange) programme. Goal: To create a global search tool for all open access and special programs journal titles. To enhance the access of these collections by creating direct links to the journals and their articlesincluded in this A-to-Z-list. All information about the included journal collections is available at the websites of the included projects. These websites are directly accessible from the Open Science Directory. The Open Science Directory will not replace these programs. Also the different programs have their own regulations and eligibility conditions. As a interested user, you or your institute will have to register on their sites if you want to make use of special programs like HINARI, AGORA, INASP-PERI, OARE, eIFL and eJDS. Target groups: Institutes (universities, research units, …) and their researchers in developing countries. Every organization and researcher interested in these collections. Content: About 13000 scientific journals are now available in the ‘Open Science Directory’. When all the special program journals will be included, the Open Science Directory will contain more than 20000 titles. Open Science Directory contains collections of Open Access Journals (full – partly) and journals in the special programs (Hinari, Agora). Other programs will be added in the near future: OARE, INASP-PERI, eIFL, eJDS.
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