Tag Archives: strategy

Announcing the new British Library Research Data Strategy

(25 August 2017) With the support of a Research Data Strategy since 2010, the Library has been active in services for research data for a number of years. This work has included European-funded projects such as ODE, ODIN and THOR; Providing the DataCite UK service and involvement in other activities such as data discovery and […]


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Query suggestions for Google Scholar detailed queries

(4 August 2017) Last year Google Scholar added query suggestions to help students explore topics they may not be familiar with. These suggestions go from a broad search to deeper and more specific areas. But many of you are already well familiar with your research area, and your searches are already specific and detailed. Sometimes, […]


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National Library of New Zealand: Positioning for the future

(16 July 2016) The National Library of New Zealand has released its Draft Strategic Direction to 2030 and is interested in your feedback. Comments are open until 31 August 2016. The National Library of New Zealand is proposing a bold and ambitious set of strategic directions to 2030. nations. Feedback is wanted on: the strategic […]


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PASTEUR4OA Toolkits for Research Performing Organisations and Research Funders to Develop Open Access Policies and Strategies

(5 July 2016) Supported by the European Commission (EC) under its 7th Framework Program, PASTEUR4OA (Open Access Policy Alignment Strategies for European Union Research) project aims to help Member Nations develop policies to ensure open access to publicly funded research output. As part of the project, a strong advocacy program has been developed.  Over 50 […]


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