Making science count: open access and its impact on the visibility of science

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    Abstract

    Argues the case for self archiving in repositories. The evidence shows that this both speeds up time of citation and increases citation count. This improves the dissemination of research, and ensures both archiving and access.

    Conference

    ConferenceInstitutional archives for research: experiences and projects in Open Access
    CityRome, Italy
    Period30/11/061/12/06

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    open access
    science
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    Keywords

    • repositories
    • open access
    • bibliometrics
    • publishing
    • scholarly communication

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    Law, D. (2007). Making science count: open access and its impact on the visibility of science. 14-22. Paper presented at Institutional archives for research: experiences and projects in Open Access, Rome, Italy, .
    Law, Derek. / Making science count: open access and its impact on the visibility of science. Paper presented at Institutional archives for research: experiences and projects in Open Access, Rome, Italy, .8 p.
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