A Newsletter for the Health Sciences Campus at the University of Iowa
May 2008 | Issue 2.08
Hardin Scholarly Communication News brings together a variety of topics that affect the current system of scholarly communication, with emphasis on new developments, open access and alternative publishing models in the health sciences. This newsletter aims to reflect the interests of its readers so please forward comments, suggestions and entries to include to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Table of Contents:
Harvard FAS and Law School Pass Open Access Mandates
Rockefeller University Press Gives Away Copyright on Journal Articles
Progress Towards Public Access to Science – Harold Varmus on the NIH Policy
Journals Find Fakery in Many Images Submitted to Support Research
Are Impact Factors Inflated?
Comparison of SCImago Journal Rank Indicator with Journal Impact Factor
Introduction to the Health Commons
The Importance of Open Access for Taxonomy Research
Four Elsevier Perspectives on Open Access
Medical Patients Share Data to “get help, give help”