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1science facilite la découverte scientifique et l’innovation et aide les individus et les organismes à rendre compte de la recherche qui les intéresse et à la diffuser. Notre moteur de découverte 1findr permet aux étudiants, chercheurs, bibliothécaires et analystes à rapidement trouver et utiliser des articles scientifiques pertinents, peu importe le domaine de recherche ou le lieu et la langue de publication.

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Le travail à effectuer dans le cadre de cet emploi est très varié. Vous contribuerez à configurer et à effectuer la maintenance de notre infrastructure logicielle sur Amazon Web Service (AWS). Vous serez responsable de la mise à jour et de la surveillance de nos services ainsi que d’aider les développeurs dans le but d’améliorer la performance et la faillibilité de notre infrastructure logicielle. Vous contribuerez au contrôle de la qualité et développerez des outils afin de nous aider à déployer des mises à jour exemptes d’erreur.

Tâches
• Configurer et maintenir notre plateforme logicielle sur AWS (RDS, PostgreSQL, Redshift, ElasticSearch, Aurora, ECS, APIs, lambdas, S3, etc.)
• Surveillance de nos services en aidant notre équipe de développeurs
• Coordonner les mise-à-jour de notre moteur de découverte 1findr sur la base d’un environnement bleu/vert

Compétences exigées
• Baccalauréat en développement logiciel ou sciences informatiques ou un diplôme d’études collégiales en technique information ou programmation
• 3-4 ans d’expérience en développement, ou DevOps
• Expérience d’opération et de monitorage d’infrastructure nuagique complexe sur AWS
• Autonomie, expertise en résolution de problèmes et proposition de solutions créatives

Atouts
• Intérêt pour la recherche scientifique et académique
• Expérience de travail en petite entreprise ou startup

Si vous êtes passionné(e) du développement logiciel et souhaitez joindre une entreprise dynamique, faites parvenir votre candidature à: emplois@1science.com

Notes de mis à jour 106

Date: 17/07/2019

Nouvelles données : 98.7M articles
La navigation sur 1findr s’adapte mieux aux téléphones cellulaires
Corriger un bogue avec les numéros de page qui n’ont pas été mis à jour quand la page a été rafraichie.
Corriger un bogue avec les filtres pour « pays de l’éditeur ».
Corriger des URLs en exportation

Notes de mis à jour 99

Date: 15/03/2019


Data
31M fiches accès libre
96M fiches totales
Plus de 400,000 fiches en 2019

Notes de mis à jour 97

Date: 28/11/2018


Services
Ajouter un filtre pour l’éditeurs (beta)
Ajouter un filtre pour le pays de la revue (beta)
Quelques modifications pour les classements pour les recherches qui correspondent aux champs des auteurs.
Correction: les espaces qui existent pendant « autocomplete »
Correction: les accents en « autocomplete »
Correction partielle: Pour « autocomplete » qui ne montre pas tous les résultats.
Des modifications pour les alarmes en monitoring


Data
Ajouter beaucoup de revues de Corée et Japon.
Normalization de plus de 100M fiches
Collection des données Corée et Chinois.
Des nouveau champs: pays de l’éditeur, pays de l’organization, nom de l’éditeur.

Notes de mis à jour 96

Date: 08/11/2018


Services
Ajouter les brevets – les utilisateurs sont maintenant capables d’accèder 15M de brevets européen et américain. Cette fonction est encore en beta!


Data
Correction : un bogue qui existe quand les utilisateurs se connecte/déconnecte en utilisant des navigateurs différents.
Correction : un bogue qui s’est produit quand les utilisateurs entre ou sort d’une campus authentifié IP avec leur portable.

Notes de mis à jour 95

Date: 25/09/2018


Services
Les utilisateurs sont maintenant capables d’accèder 1findr à l’intérieur de l’interface.
Amélioration des intégrations avec les applications de références comme Zotero.
Ajouter les URLs des PDFs (par 1science resolver) à l’export des données.
Distinguer les noms d’auteurs quand possible à l’export des données.
Surligner les matches précis pour les auteurs (même si l’article inclus plus d’un auteur).
Quand c’est possible, inclure les noms d’auteurs dans les citations.
Système configuration refactor.
Amélioration de la surveillance des erreurs d’application et de l’accès refusé.
Changements 1findr
Des nouvelles revues approuvées
Nouvelle taxonomie
Correction des revues
Normalisation des noms d’éditeurs
Normalisation des pays de les revues
Supprimer les revues avec des éditeurs douteux
Articles en doubles en 1findr
Notre nouveau algorithme inclus 11 étapes pour la déduplication (amélioration de 8 étapes).
Supprimer plus de 5M de duplicates

Notes de mis à jour 94

Date: 19/07/2018


UI
Afficher les mots clés en « voir plus »
Afficher un message d’erreur pendant une analyse de requête


Recherche
Modification de l’algorithme 1findr
Corriger un bogue avec les trait d’unions qui ne sont pas considérer comme l’opérateur

Notes de mis à jour 92


Date: 13/06/2018


UI & API
Ajouter un filtre pour les revues
Amélioration des recherches par ISSN
Modification de l’algorithme de classement pour les champs d’auteurs et pour les titres
1findr maintenant affiche jusqu’à 50 résultats par page
Surlignage des mot clés incluant les auteurs et les titres


Resolver
Amélioration de surveillance des liens et la façon de supprimer les liens morts

Notes de mis à jour 91


Date: 16/05/2018


Data
Amélioration de déduplication
Des revues non-PR supprimer de 1journal
Nouvelles revues en 1journal
Normalisation des titres des revues
Corriger un bogue pertinent à la recherche qui se cache les articles de quelques l’éditeurs (Wiley, Taylor & Francis, Sciencedirect)
Corriger un bogue avec les éditeurs ou leur nom est inclus avec le nom de l’auteur
Corriger un bogue pour nettoyer les titres des revues


Recherche API
Amélioration de l’agorithme avec l’importation des données des citations
Ajouter des points finaux pour mieux chercher les citations et références
Amélioration de la logique de requête pour les mots clés dans les titres
Amélioration des recherches avec les mots qui inclus les traits d’union (« e-mail » retrouve email »)
Amélioration de la comportement de « stemming » pour optimiser les recherches anglais « externalizing behaviours » retrouve les articles avec « externalizing behavior »


UI
Les requêtes de recherche avancées utilisent moins de parenthèses
Amélioration de la surveillance des données utilisateurs avec Google Analytics
Amélioration de la surveillance des recherches et leurs positions dans la requête
Amélioration de l’interface des menus déroulant en IE1


Resolver
Ajouter un ID utilisateur pour connecter les données de recherches avec les données resolver


Les Profils
Mettre en place AWS firewall (WAF)

Notes de mis à jour 89


Date: 01/05/2018


Data
Les recherches donnent maintent plus d’articles incluant les sommaires


Recherche API
Les recherches vides ne donnent plus des messages d’erreurs


Resolver
Plus de surveillance des données pour mieux s’identifier les domains avec des erreurs

Notes de mis à jour 88

Date: 24/04/2018


Data
Ajouter plus que 2M d’articles parmi les organisations


UI
Support pour la Notes de mis à jour gratuite


Recherche API
Support pour la Notes de mis à jour gratuite


Les profils
Support pour la Notes de mis à jour gratuite

Notes de mis à jour 87

Date: 12/04/2018


Data
Ajouter 1M d’articles
Le nombre des sommaires d’articles est augmenter par 50%
Ajouter 1000+ des revues en 1journal
Amélioration de déduplication
Amélioration des liens pour ResearchGate
Ajouter les addresses des organisations
Les données sont maintenant tirer de le référentiel des articles et pas les articles brut
Ajouter les articles des revues OJS


UI
Ajouter le champ « organisation »
Ajouter le champ « organisation » en recherche avancée
Les organisations sont montrer en cliquant sur « voir plus »
Les citations Altmetric des brevets sont maintenant visible
Distinguer les répos avec des bannières personalisées (comme http://malaria.1science.com)
Corriger un bogue qui existait en IE11
Corriger les exportes des données qui a échoué en IE11 et Edge
Corriger un bogue dans le champ pour « sujet »
Corriger des erreurs en type d’accès en OAfindr


Recherche API
Capabilité de rechercher les organisations
Corriger quelques bogues avec les répos


Resolver
Les domaines sont approuver dans les profils

Notes de mis à jour 86

Date: 03/04/2018


1findr et 1foldr
Amélioration de la fonctionalité, surveillance et la sécurité de l’interface.


Profils
L’interface pour les profils d’utilisateurs sont maintenant en ligne pour mieux facilité les configuration des produits 1foldr hub.


UI
Corriger un bogue avec l’exportation des données.

Notes de mis à jour 80

Date: 19/03/2018


oaFindr
Nouvelle interface pour oaFindr pour améliorer la fonctionnalité


UI
Ajouter un UI pour les articles OA pour simplifier la suivi des données des utilisateurs


Recherche
Corriger : les recherches des auteurs avec DOI ou « wild cards »
Amélioration de la suivi des données des utilisateurs

Notes de mis à jour 75

Date:09/03/2018


UI
Ajouter de nombreuses options pour les styles de citations en export dialog


Recherche Backend
Elasticsearch est maintenant mis à niveau pour le mis à jour 6
Simplification de la structure de l’indexation des données
Améliorations des recherches avec des accents : « conducter un recherche pour « éric » trouvera « eric » aussi.
Un recherche avec des multiples de mots maintenant prendre en note en fonction de son classement
Amélioration de performance


1foldr hub
Deux nouveau répos : https://alzheimer.1science.com/ et https://ph-sp.1science.com/

Notes de mis à jour 74

Date: 22/02/2018


UI
Nouvelle mis à jour du recherche API
Ajouter « NOT » comme l’opérateur pour les recherches avancées

Notes de mis à jour 73

Date: 07/02/2018


Corriger les DOIs de Medline
Ajouter plus que 300,000 d’articles en 1findr

Notes de mis à jour 72

Date: 22/01/2018


Ajouter plus de revues et des articles. 1findr contient maintenant plus de 88M!

Notes de mis à jour 71

Date: 20/01/2018


UI
Améliorer le filtre pour l’année de publication
Améliorer l’interface pour mieux indiquer les filtres actifs
Améliorer l’interface pour enlever la fonction pour désactiver les filtres quand il n’y à pas des filtres actifs
Corriger : Enlever le HTML qu’était inclus dans quelques données
Corriger : Quand la page de recherche est changer, l’interface défile vers le haut
Amélioration : plusieurs liens de saut
Amélioration : beaucoup de changements mineurs

Notes de mis à jour 70

Date: 12/01/2018


UI
Amélioration : La requête personalisée se remplit préventivement
Amélioration : Intégration du bannière de la gouvernement de Canada
Amélioration : Des changements pour le style des résultats
Ajouter des liens pour les « link resolvers » bibliothécaire
Ajouter les données « Altmetric » pour les résultats
Ajouter une page interne pour le gouvernement de Canada
Corriger : la recherche avancée supprimera les résultats quand la requête s’est changer à l’autre part
Corriger : les traductions sont maintenant capables de mettre à jour
Corriger : traduction français pour le filtre pour le champs « sujet »
Corriger des problèmes avec les recherches avancées
Corriger un bogue avec les fenêtres qui s’ouvrent en accédant les citations
Corriger un bogue qui s’est produit après une recherche avancée
Amélioration : les options dans les menus déroulant ne sont pas lus par des lecteurs d’écrans
Amélioration : des listes dans les menus déroulants ne fonctionne plus avec le clavier quand des lecteurs d’écrans sont actifs
Amélioration : Le filtre de langue fonctionne plus quand un lecteur d’écran est actif
Amélioration : Navigation dans l’arbre de sujet se brise quand le lecteur de sujet est actif


Recherche
Corriger : Le filtre pour l’organisation ne montre pas les organisations sans résultats
Corriger : Le filtre pour le sujet ne brise plus après d’avoir sélectionner plus qu’un sujet
Corriger : les données d’utilisateur enregistrent correctement


Monitoring
Meilleur façon de suivi les données

Notes de mis à jour 69

Date: 21/12/2017
https://search.1science.com/api/v2/search et https://search.1science.com/api/v2/oafindr sont maintenant OA
https://search.1science.com/api/v2/1findr est maintenant capable de recherche en 1findr complètement

Notes de mis à jour 68

Date : 19/12/2017


Nouvelle mis à jour des données

Notes de mis à jour 67

Date: 14/12/2017


UI
Amélioration du filtre de sujet – réorganiser la façon de sélectionner, vérification partielle
Amélioration de la traduction des valeurs de filtre d’organisation
Amélioration d’ouverture des essayes sélectionner pour être plus intuitif avec les résultats non-OA
Amélioration du bouton de recherche avancée
Corriger les résultats qui n’affiche pas en IE11
Corriger l’incapacité de défiler en haut de la page après d’avoir sélectionner des résultats ou l’exportation des données
Corriger l’incapacité de sélectionner des liens pour le filtre de l’auteur/revue
Corriger retour automatique à la ligne dans le filtre pour le sujet
Corriger le lien « voir plus » qui déclenche un défile en haut de la page
Corriger le filtre pour le sujet qui n’enregistre pas complètement en Windows
Corriger le bouton « ouvre tout sélectionner » qui n’a pas fonctionné
Corriger un bogue ou les boutons ne fonctionne plus après d’avoir ouvrir la page
Corriger un bogue dans le filtre pour le sujet ou il n’enregistre pas les nouvelles requêtes
Amélioration : l’onglet en « recherche avancée » pour enlever une langue est accessible au clavier
Amélioration : accessibilité pour le clavier maintenant disponible sur le menu des langues
Amélioration : les instructions concernant le champ pour la langue n’est pas clair
Amélioration : les instructions concernant le champ pour le suject n’est pas clair
Amélioration : lien pour « voir plus » n’est pas accessible au clavier
Amélioration : ajouter des indicateurs ARIA

Notes de mis à jour 66

Date: 07/12/2017


Recherche
Les recherches pour revues fonctionnent avec les noms de revues qui contient des mots clés comme « and » ou « of » (https://1findr.1science.com/search?query=journal%3A%28Advances%20in%20Materials%20Science%20and%20Engineering%29


UI
Thématisation est maintenant possible
Corriger un bogue ou l’erreur « aucun résultat trouvé » s’affiche brièvement avant de montrer les résultats.

Notes de mis à jour 64

Date: 18/10/2017


Data
Corriger un bogue concernant la date de publication en Crossref
Les couleurs OA sont fixé (Gold: 14M, Green 9M, Unknown 7M)
Crossref et Medline sont à jour
Capabilité de filtrer les médias sociaux
46 revues ajouter

Notes de mis à jour 62

Date: 05/10/2017


Data
Base de données : maintenant compris de plus de 28.8M d’articles (28.3M avant)
Amélioration de la priorisation des liens PDF
Les organisations/institutions sont ajouter dans l’index, pour la production canadienne seulement.

Notes de mis à jour 59

Date: 17/05/2017


Bogues
Corriger un bogue qui avait limité les titres d’articles
Corriger un bogue ou les notes de fin importe uniquement le premier article

Notes de mis à jour 53

Date: 20/01/2017


Nouvelles Fonctions
Termes MeSH: Les articles provenant de MEDLINE inclus maintenant leurs Medical Subject Headings (MeSH) comme mots clés, pour faciliter leur découverte.
Recherche par mots clés: Il est maintenant possible de chercher parmi les mots clés associés à un article, directement à partir de la boite de recherche.
Recherche avancée par titre, résumé et mots clés: Une nouvelle option a été ajoutée au constructeur de recherche de notre Recherche Avancée, vous permettant de chercher dans une combinaison du titre, du résumé et des mots clés d’un article. Cette combinaison offre des résultats de recherche optimaux.


Correctifs:
Recherche par DOI: Un problème a été introduit lors de notre dernière mise à jour, alors que notre moteur de recherche a cessé de reconnaître les Digital Object Identifiers (DOI) dans une recherche était corrigé.
Filtre par titre de revues avec des caractères syntaxiques: Nous avons découvert que certains titre de revues contiennent des caractères, comme la barre oblique ou la perluète, qui sont considérés par notre moteur de recherche comme des caractères syntaxiques dans une recherche complète. Tenter de filtrer des résultats de recherche par de tels revues entraînait une erreur. Ce problème a maintenant été corrigé.

Notes de mis à jour 50

Date: 28/10/2016


Nouvelles Fonctions
Filtre par Type de Libre Accès: Après une longue attente et un travail minutieux, nous avons réussi à classifier le type de Libre Accès par lequel au delà de 80% des articles de notre index sont rendus disponibles, soit Doré ou Vert. Vous pouvez maintenant filtrer vos résultats par ces deux types, ainsi que les inclure comme critère dans la Rechercher Avancée. Une icône est ajoutée près du titre de chaque article pour vous indiquer rapidement par quel type de Libre Accès celui-ci est disponible.
Meilleure Gestion des Langues Non Déterminées: Nous avons amélioré comment nous classifions la langues des articles, ce qui nous donne une meilleure évaluation de ceux pour lesquelles nous ne pouvons pas encore déterminer la langue, ainsi qu’un meilleur filtrage dans notre panneau des agrégations.
Plus de Fureteurs: Nous essayons toujours de vous offrir la meilleur expérience d’utilisation dans oaFindr et cela requiert un fureteur moderne. Toutefois, nous étions assez conservateur dans la sélection des fureteur qui y avait accès. Nous avons élargi cette sélection et nous disons bienvenue aux utilisateurs d’Opéra, Vivaldi, ainsi qu’aux autres fureteurs modernes.
Copie du Lien Sans Flash: Le bouton d’action associé à chaque résultat de recherche a toujours offert une option pour copier le lien de l’article dans votre presse-papier, mais cette fonction nécessitait l’utilisation de Flash. Notre nouvelle Notes de mis à jour n’en a plus besoin et oaFindr est désormais libéré de Flash!


Correctifs
Infobulles: Il manquait quelques infobulles pertinentes sur des éléments de la page des résultats de recherche. Nous les avons ajoutées et nous espérons qu’elles vous seront utiles.
Nombre de Résultats de Recherche par Page: Il était possible de modifier le nombre de résultats de recherche par page directement dans l’URL, mais un nombre trop élévé allait causer un blocage de l’application. Afin d’éviter cette situation déplaisante, le nombre de résultats aura une limite maximale qui ne dégradera pas trop la performance.

Notes de mise à jour 34

Date: 09/02/2016


Nouvelle fonctionnalité : filtre de langue pour permettre les utilisateurs la capacité de raffiné leur recherche pour être plus pertinent dépendant la langue des résultats.
Après avoir effectué un recherche, les utilisateurs peuvent configurer le filtre de langue par
1. Cliquez sur l’onglet “Langues” à gauche de l’interface
2. Sélectionner leurs langue préféré.
Initialement, les 2 résultats le plus populaires pour la configuration des langues seront affiché avec tous les articles avec un langue “indéterminé” affiché après. Nos développeurs travaillent pour mieux identifier tous les articles avec un langue “indéterminé”
Quand les utilisateurs cliquent sur l’onglet “Tous les langues”, une liste complète en ordre alphabétique s’affiche.
Les utilisateurs sont maintenant capables de filtrer les langues sur la page “recherche avancée”.


Affichage
Il y à quelques petits changements à la section des résultats à gauche de l’interface. L’onglet pour langues est ajouter, l’onglet pour l’année de publication est déplacer vers le haut car c’est un option de filtre plus viable.

Notes de mis à jour 30

Date: 14/12/2015


Nouvelle fonctionnalités
Réference couper/coller
Les utilisateurs sont maintenant capables de couper/coller les citations en suivants les étapes suivants:
1. Sélectionner le symbole “…”
2. Sélectionner “export de données” dans la menu déroulant
3. Une fenêtre s’ouvre avec la citation en forme de style Chicago
4. Copier le citation
Requête de changement des données
Si les utilisateurs se trouve des données erronés, ils sont maintenant capables de signaler l’erreur.

Release 106

Date: 17/07/2019

New data: 98.7 million articles
Pagination now fits better on mobile devices
Bugfix where page numbers weren’t obeyed when reloading / following a URL
Remove “index” endpoint for efficiency; translate subjects in browser
Fix URLs in exports
Fix issue with reloads and Publisher Country filter.

Release 104.1

Date: 14/05/2019

Data
Approximately 1000 journals added!
Significant improvements to deduplication algorithm
New articles

Release 104

Date: 08/05/2019

Ops
Added ability to control access via profiles to the OA Link Resolver Service

UI
Fixed a bug where full-text links failed on the article detail page

Release 103

Date: 25/04/2019

Search
Added Open Access resolver endpoint for use by library link resolver systems
Fixed issue with autocomplete (journals, organizations, etc.) when search queries include a stopword
Technical updates & work on tests

Release 102

Date: 15/04/2019

DATA
More than 2000 journals added
Around 150 new normalized organizations
99.99 million (!) articles
32.4 million Open Access articles

UI
Fix issue where ghost highlighting would appear on truncated abstracts
Some fixes to automatically clean up common query syntax errorsnull

Release 101

Date: 05/04/2019

Feature
Integration with PlumX metrics instead of Altmetric. Citation counts are present on many results
Better behavior – offering suggestions, attempt to show results even when a query cannot be parsed (for example: due to unmatched parentheses or quotation marks.

Bug Fix
Fixed incorrect counts for autocomplete suggestions in Journal and Organization filters (note that the counts in the facets are still approximate rather than exact)
Fixed problems adding filters on an empty request (i.e. when you click the search icon without entering a query)
Fixed problem which occurred when Access Type filter was added, followed by modifying or reloading the query
Allow filters to work even if its all lower case e.g. AUTHOR: or author:
The help icon (search box) function better on mobile
Browser page titled were incorrect for 1foldr Hubs

Release 100

Date: 19/03/2019

Services
Entirely redesigned user interface
Better technical foundation for user interface: changes will be faster and easier
Improved functionality for phones and tablets
New selection interface allows selection across searches
Filters and query syntax are unified
Added article detail pages

Release 99

Date: 15/03/2019

Data
31M Open Access records
96M records in total
Added 400,000 records in 2019

Release 97

Date: 28/11/2018

Services
Added Publisher filter
Added Journal Country filter (beta)
Some improvements to relevance ranking on searches that match the authors field
Fixed bug where, if switching quickly between articles and patents or changing filters quickly, incorrect results might display

Improvements for monitoring (alarms)

Fix for autocomplete input containing spaces
Fixed autocomplete input containing accents
Partial fix for issue where organization autocomplete would not show all results

Data
Addition of many PR journals from Korea and Japan
Normalization of 100M more addresses from raw records

Harvesting of new Korean and Chinese data
Addition of new fields to the dataset: publisher country, organization country, and publisher name

Release 96

Date: 08/11/2018

Services
Added Patent feature – users can search through almost 15 million U.S. and European documented patents. This feature is a new implementation, and we are consistently monitoring any disparities in data or UI which may occur – several that we are aware of are currently being resolved. We encourage all users to report any bugs they encounter while using the patent search!

Data
Fixed an issue regarding logging in/out on different web browser tabs.
Fixed an issue where users were experiencing bugs when they would leave or enter an IP-authenticated campus with their laptop.

Release 95

Date: 25/09/2018

Services
Allow login/logout from within 1findr interface
Better integration with Zotero and other reference managers
Add PDF URLs (via 1science resolver) to data export
Separate author first & last names, when available, in data export
Highlight matching authors, and always show highlighted author (even if the article has more authors than can be displayed)
Use author first/last names, when available, in citations
Refactor configuration system
Improve logging of application errors and access denials

Changes to 1findr
Add new journals to the whitelist
New taxonomy implemented
Many journal fixes (merging, renaming)
Add and normalized Publisher names
Add and normalized Journal countries
Remove many journals published by dubious publishers

Remove duplicate articles from 1findr
Our previous deduplication algorithm had 3 steps, we’ve now added 8 more steps for a total of 11 steps to have better chances of removing duplicates

According to our 500 duplicate reference sample, duplicates have gone from 8% to less than 2% (we remove more than 5M duplicates)

Release 94

Date: 19/07/2018

User Interface
Display selected keywords in Show More
Display error message when we’re having trouble parsing a query

Search
Tweaks to relevance algorithm
Fix occasional misinterpretations of hyphens as NOT operators

Release 92

Date: 13/06/2018

User Interface & Search API
Add new Journal filter, which both shows the top journals for your request and allows you to quickly search for a journal
Support searches by ISSN
Change relevance/ranking algorithm for author & title fields
Allow up to 50 results per page
Extend highlighting of search terms to authors and journal names

Resolver
Better activity logging, to be able to remove invalid links in our data more efficiently, and to improve data update

Release 91

Date: 16/05/2018

Data
Better deduplication 
Non PR journals removal in 1journal
New journals in 1journal
Normalization of journal titles
Remove duplicates in journals
Fixed an issue where several publishers weren’t receiving visibility: Wiley, Sciencedirect, Degruyter, Taylor and Francis, etc.
Bug fix: do not add editor’s names to authors
Bug fix: clean crossers article titles

Search API
Rework relevance algorithm, incorporating citation data 
Add endpoints to fetch references and citations
Rework query fuzziness logic so that if e.g. you paste a long title, not every single word needs to match, but all explicit field queries always need to match
More intelligent searching for hyphenated words (“e-mail” will match “email”)
Tweak stemming behaviour, and attempt to deal with some English spelling variations, so that a search for “externalizing behaviours” will match documents for ‘externalizing behavior’ 

User Interface
Generated Advanced Search queries with fewer parentheses
Fix Google Analytics logging of user data
In metrics, log a unique ID for the search, and log the position of results where users click on PDFs
Fix appearance of some dropdowns in IE1

Resolver
Add search unique ID so joining search and resolver data will be easy

Profiles 
Protect profiles admin web console with AWS’ firewall (WAF)

Release 89

Date: 01/05/2018

Data
Searches should yield more articles with abstracts

Search API
Empty searches no longer result in an error message

Resolver
Add more logging to metrics (so we can finely monitor what domain names return high error rates)
Cascading resolution: we now use all pdf links instead of the first one

Release 88

Date: 24/04/2018

Data
Added 2 million organizations in articles

User Interface
Support for free version

Search API
Support for free version

Profiles
Support for free version (usage plans for anonymous users)

Release 87

Date: 12/04/2018

Data
Added 1 million articles
Increase the number of abstracts by 50%
Increase journal coverage (+1000 journals in 1journal)
Decrease the number of duplicates articles in the data
Improve link freshness for ResearchGate
Add addresses (organizations)
Use Article Referential as a source of data, instead of raw article files
Add articles from OJS journals

Platform

User Interface
Organizations (Beta) facet added 
Feature: Organizations for an article displayed in Show More 
Feature: Organization added as field in Advanced Search 
Feature: Altmetric patent citation data displayed 
Feature: Allow custom headers for repositories like http://malaria.1science.com 
Fix: Big display bug in IE11 
Fix: Data exports failed in IE11 and Edge 
Fix: In Subject filter, error trying to deselect an only child 
Fix: Errors in Access Type filter on OAfindr 

Search API 
Feature: Made organizations searchable 
Fix: Issue with result sets on some custom repositories

Resolver
Allow domain names whitelisting through profiles

Release 86

Date: 03/04/2018

1findr and 1foldr
The platform is now easier to maintain, more secure, and we have much more logs to trace access

User Profiles
Our user profile back office system is now fully deployed, enabling easy creation & configuration of 1foldr hub products (such as https://alzheimer.1science.com/home/ and https://ph-sp.1science.com/home/)

User Interface
Fixed issue with data export of CSV, TSV, and RefWorks in Chrome and Safari

Release 80

Date: 19/03/2018

oaFindr
oaFindr now uses the new user interface (same as 1findr). It can be completely configured through out back office web interface.

User Interface
Added UI for OAfindr (Open Access articles only), improved user-metrics tracking

Search
Fixes to author search with wildcards and DOI search, improved user-metrics tracking

Release 75

Date:09/03/2018

User Interface
Add multiple options for citation styles in Export dialog

Search Backend
In facets, update counts based on other active facets (so that if you e.g. check a year, you’ll see the correct counts for access types for that year)
Upgrade Elasticsearch from version 2 to version 6
Significant simplification of structure of indexed data
Accent folding: searching for Éric also finds Eric, and vice versa
Bigram signals in relevance: when typing several words in the search box, how many of those words show up in sequence in the results is taken into account in relevance ranking
Improved performance

Two new 1foldr hub repositories 

 https://alzheimer.1science.com/

 https://ph-sp.1science.com/

Release 74

Date: 22/02/2018

User Interface
New version of the search API
Added NOT operator to Advanced Search

Release 73

Date: 07/02/2018

 Fix Medline DOIs

300,000 more articles in 1Findr (from 88,219,583 to 88,507,885)

Release 72

Date: 22/01/201

Added journals and articles – 1findr articles have reached 88 million!

Release 71

Date: 20/01/2018

User Interface

Enhancement: Changed Year filter design to fix validation issues
Enhancement: Indicate active filters
Enhancement: Disable Reset Filters when no filters are active
Fix: Some data contained HTML, which was being rendered in the UI
Fix: When changing search page, scroll to the top
Accessibility: Added several skip links
Accessibility: Many small changes based on feedback from government

Release 70

Date: 12/01/2018

User Interface
Enhancement: Pre-fill custom query when you go there from the query builder
Enhancement: Integrate new Govt of Canada header, use their language-switcher link
Enhancement: Implement library link resolvers
Enhancement: Several design changes to results
Enhancement: Add Altmetric data to results
Enhancement: Add an internal help page for the government
Fix: Clear Advanced Search when you edit the query elsewhere
Fix: Translations were being cached in-browser and thus not updating
Fix: Subject filter is translated in French
Fix: Broken Advanced Search queries
Fix: Opening citation window would unnecessarily scroll to the top
Fix: Scroll to the top after performing Advanced Search / changing sort setting
Accessibility: Options in dropdown lists are not read by screen readers
Accessibility: Dropdown select lists do not work with keyboard when screen reader active
Accessibility: When screed reader active, the language filter selection fails
Accessibility: Navigation inside subject tree broken when screen reader active

Search
Fix: In the Organization filter, don’t show organizations with 0 results
Fix: Subject filter was broken when you selected two subjects at different levels of the hierarchy
Fix: log usage metrics properly

Monitoring
Setup resource monitoring
Better logging

Release 69

Date: 21/12/2017

https://search.1science.com/api/v2/search and https://search.1science.com/api/v2/oafindr return exclusively to Open Access.

https://search.1science.com/api/v2/1findr allows to search through the entire dataset of 1findr.

Release 68

Date : 19/12/2017

New version of data added

Release 67

Date: 14/12/2017

User Interface
Enhancement: in Subject filter, revamp selection behaviour, introduce partially-checked state
Enhancement: translate Organization filter values
Enhancement: Open All Selected tries to be more intuitive when selecting some non-OA results
Enhancement: move buttons on Advanced Search
Fix: In IE11, some search result links were not visible
Fix: inability to scroll to the top of page after exporting data or selecting results
Fix: inability to click Author/Journal links to filter
Fix: IE11 word-wrapping in subject filter
Fix: Show More link would trigger an unwanted scroll up
Fix: Subject-filter counts cut off on Windows
Fix: Open All Selected button did nothing
Fix: after reload, could not click buttons on Advanced Search page
Fix: in Subject Filter, counts would not update on new query
Accessibility: make Advanced Search language tag removal keyboard accessible
Accessibility: keyboard access on language menu
Accessibility: Instructions on how to complete language field unclear
Accessibility: Instructions for Subject field not clear
Accessibility: Show More link not keyboard-accessible
Accessibility: Radio buttons require fieldset
Accessibility: Add various ARIA labels

Release 66

Date: 07/12/2017 

Search
Journal search now works with journals names that contain special keywords like “and”, or “of” (https://1findr.1science.com/search?query=journal%3A%28Advances%20in%20Materials%20Science%20and%20Engineering%29

User Interface
Make theming possible
Fix a bug where sometimes “No results found” would flash briefly when there were results

Release 64

Date: 18/10/2017

Update to oaFindr index, we’ve now reached 29M articles (previous release was at 28.8M)!

Data Fixes 
Fixed a bug related to publication year issue in Crossref
OA colors have been fixed (Gold: 14M, Green 9M, Unknown 7M)

Data Features
Crossref and Medline are now up to date
Support to filter out social media networks
46 new journals

Release 62

Date: 05/10/2017

Data
Article database: we are now indexing 28.8M articles (previously was 28.3M)
PDF URL ordering: Improved link prioritizing
Organizations / institutions: orgs have been added to our index, for Canadian scientific production only.

Release 59

Date: 17/05/2017

The newest version of our index now offers nearly 25.5 million scholarly articles. This small oaFindr release provides mostly bug fixes, with new features and a new look for oaFindr in development.

Bug Fixes
Fixed a bug which truncated Article Title on Some Results
Fixed a bug where endnote Imports Only First Article

Release 53

Date: 20/01/2017

New Features

MeSH Terms: Articles from MEDLINE now include their Medical Subject Headings (MeSH) as keywords, to improve their discovery.

Search by Keywords: It is now possible to search by the keywords associated to an article, directly in the search box.

Advanced Search by Title, Abstract and Keywords: A new option has been added to the query builder in the Advanced Search, allowing you to search through a combination of an article’s title, abstract and keywords. This combination of fields provides optimal results for a query.

Bug fixes:

DOI Search: A bug which our search backend stopped recognizing Digital Object Identifiers in a query has been fixed.

Filter by Journal Name with Syntax Characters: We discovered that some journal names contain characters, such as slashes and ampersands, that our search backend would interpret as syntax characters for a complex search. Filtering your search results by such a journal name would result in an error message. This h

Release 50

Date: 28/10/2016

Filter by Open Access Type: 80% of the articles are now classified in our index based on the type of Open Access under which they are offered: Gold or Green. Results can be filtered by either or both types as well as include it as a search criteria in the Advanced Search. A helpful icon next to each result’s title will also indicate which type of Open Access that article is available under.

Better Handling of Undetermined Languages: We’ve improved how we classify article languages, which means a more accurate count for those articles where we can’t yet identify the language and better filtering in our aggregation panel.

More Browsers: We always try to provide the best user experience in oaFindr and that has required a modern web browser. However, we were rather conservative in which browsers had access to the application. We’ve now broadened our support and welcome users of Opera, Vivaldi and other modern browsers to oaFindr.

Copy Link Without Flash: The action button associated with each search result always offered a way to copy the article’s link to your clipboard, but it would use Flash in an attempt to do so. Our new solution does not need it anymore, which makes oaFindr Flash-free!

Bug fixes:

Tooltips: Some helpful tooltips on some elements of the search result page were missing. We’ve added them and hope they help.

Number of Search Results per Page: It was possible to alter the number of search results per page directly in the URL, but setting too high would cause the application to freeze, and that’s bad. We’ll now prevent a number of results that would degrade performance too much.

Release 46

Date: 28/07/2016

New Features

Exact Search: We always try to give you the best results for your query, but sometimes you know exactly what you want. Surrounding one or more search terms with double quotes (“”) will now return exact matches for those terms.

Faster Search: We’ve revamped our search system in a big way, which means both faster search and more accurate results.

Improved Articles Deduplication: Finding duplicate articles is a waste of your time, so we’ve improved our deduplication process to filter more of them out. We now have over 18 millions articles in our index, with fewer duplicates than ever.

Abstract Preview: Abstracts are a great way to find out whether an article is pertinent to your needs. We now show you the first three lines of an article’s abstract right in the search results, to make it easier or you to weed them out.

New Languages Filter: Our Language Filter is out of beta! It will show you the top five languages for the results of your query, with an option to expand the list and see all the languages represented in your result set.

New Years Filter: We’ve also improved the way the Years Filter works. We now show you the five latest years that have results in your search, with an option to expand the list and see all the years with articles in your result set.

New Message When Search Has No Result: When a search returned no results, we used to display a full page informing you of the fact. We’ll now just display a message, rather than send you away, letting you tweak your query to get better results.

Easier Date Selection in Advanced Search: Selecting a date range in our Advanced Search page was cumbersome, so we’ve made it easier to pick a range, or to choose from some common, useful ranges: Current and Past Year, Last 5 Years and Last 10 years.

Bug fixes:

Selecting All Subjects: When you selected all the subjects one by one, an empty subject criteria would be added to your query, and an error message would appear. We’ve taken care of that. Back Button Issues: We discovered one case where using the back button would not return you to your previous search, but reissue your current one. That’s now fixed.

Release 36

Date: 21/03/2016

New Features

Third Level of Subject Filters

With the objective of providing our users more precise results to their queries, we have implemented a 3rd level of subject headings. Due to the new level of article classification, we had to completely overhaul the way users select subjects to fit within the design of the site.

Filtering by article subject is now a process of selecting headings within a classification tree. Clicking on a check box next to a subject heading selects all articles under that heading. If the user wants to be more precise, they can click on the arrow next to the number of results to reach the next level of classification where they can choose the fields they want to search.

Once an arrow is clicked, a layer of related headings is shown, allowing the user to further narrow down their selection.

These updates on the search page also carry over onto the Advanced Search page where the user can navigate the full tree to select their fields in a more visible manner.

As this feature is rather dynamic we strongly encourage that you check out the new filtering systems on the site to get a better idea of how to filter by subject headings. 

Enhancements:

Index increased to over 12.5 Million articles

With a few adjustments made to our pipeline we were able to acquire over 2 million new articles which will soon be incorporated into our live index.

Release 35

Date: 24/02/2016

OaFindr is now available in Spanish 

All feature from the search, the Help Center, and the attached chat have been translated to Spanish, making it the 3rd language available to our users. 

Switching languages is easily done on any page of the product by clicking on the language the page is currently being displayed in. On the landing page there are two different arrangements of language selection. The first is in the top right corner the second is in the bottom left hand corner: 

When clicking on the language in the top right hand corner the user is shown a pop-up where they can choose which language they would like to use the website in. 

Changing the language of the website does not influence results returned after a search. However, when the language of the website is used in tandem with the language filtering feature introduced in the release notes for version 1.34 the user can have a full experience of using the website completely in Spanish. 

Our help center has also been translated for easier use by our Spanish speaking users.

Fixes 

oaFindr now supported on Linux OS 

Previously oaFindr could not be used on Linux based computers however this has been fixed with the most recent update. 

Release 34

Date: 09/02/2016

Release 34 introduces several major language features to oaFindr

Language Filtering in Facets

Due to popular demand, 1science has launched the Language Filtering feature which provides users the ability to refine and increase the relevancy of their results based on the language of the article. This will make it easier for users to find the resources they need.

When a user performs a search they can choose to filter their results with the language option by

1. Clicking on the ‘Languages’ facet in the left hand side bar

2. Selecting preferred language

The initial view of the language facet will list the top 2 language results and display the number of articles found where the language is Undetermined.

(We are a step ahead: our team is already working on further identifying the language of articles that are currently undetermined).

Once the user clicks on ‘+ All languages’ a full list of retrieved articles in the remaining languages will be shown in alphabetical order.

Users will now be able to select multiple languages so that they are only shown results in those particular languages.

Language Filtering in Advanced Search

With the addition of language filtering on the Search Engine Result Page (SERP), users can now also search by language on the Advanced Search page. Here, users can pre-select what languages they want results to appear in. 6 Enhancements

Facet Listing

The left hand side of the results page has seen some minor changes. Along with the addition of Language to the filtering options, Years has been moved to the top, as it is a more useful filtering option than Subjects.

Release 30

Date: 14/12/2015

Release 30 introduces several new features to oaFindr to increase accessibility and the user interface.

New Features

Cite / reference Copy-Paste

Save time citing references with the new cite / reference copy paste feature. The reference style is displayed in a Chicago Manual of Style 16th edition. To copy and paste references, follow these steps

1. Select the … symbol

2. A drop down menu will appear, Select Cite

3. A window will appear with the citation in the Chicago Manual of Style

4. Simply copy the citation and paste with the rest of your references

Data Change Request

We try to be perfect and get everything right but sometimes some mistakes can slip through. If you stumble on erroneous metadata or information that seems bizarre to you, you are now able to report these issues. Simply click on “Report” and fill out our form.

Enhancements

We have enhanced the look and feel of the platform with home, headers, footers, facets, revision buttons and introduced a minimalistic design with emphasis on ease of use in order to improve the functionality of the platform.

Sorting Facets

Sorting facets are now expanded by default

We added the option to sort by “Oldest article on top”

To discover this new enhancement, find it below the sorting facets on the left-hand side.

Advanced Search

The Advanced Search has now been optimized to support combined searches and repaired language operators Improvements include:

Boolean expression in the search fields

Topics and dates are isolated from the construction of the request

Always visible Search button

Improved functionality on mobile

Example queries by type of fields

Bring out the loader! The orange bar on the top of your page is now bolder and is now more visible so you can clearly see it processing your search query.

Check boxes to select an item

Check boxes to select an item are now always visible to allow an easier and streamlined selection.

Fixes Export citation content

The export quality of RIS, Zotero, RefWorks, Bibtex, CSV and TSV formats has been improved

Opening facets in Chrome OS X

Fixed facets behaviors in Chrome OS X

Improved highlighting and relevancy in the SERP

When searching for a phase (group of words) your search term is now bolded in the abstract to indicate the relevancy of the article

Global relevancy has also been improved

À propos de 1science

À propos de 1science
1science facilite la découverte scientifique et l’innovation et aide les individus et les organismes à rendre compte de la recherche qui les intéresse et à la diffuser. Notre moteur de découverte 1findr permet aux étudiants, chercheurs, bibliothécaires et analystes à rapidement trouver et utiliser des articles scientifiques pertinents, peu importe le domaine de recherche ou le lieu et la langue de publication.

Nous sommes à la recherche de nouveaux talents pour rejoindre notre équipe. Si vous êtes passionné(e), innovateur, joueur d’équipe et poussé(e) vers l’excellence, nous serions ravis de vous compter en tant que membre de notre équipe!

Description du poste

Le développeur de logiciel sénior travaillera avec notre système d’indexation pour la littérature scientifique. Le travail en Front End consiste en une page simple avec l’application React/Redux. En Back End, il faudra travailler en Python dans Elasticsearch.

C’est un rôle très dynamique avec la possibilité de contribuer aux différents secteurs de notre équipe en fonction de vos connaissances et de la croissance de notre produit. Vous assurerez la qualité du codage à l’aide de tests automatisés, supportés par un système d’intégration continu. Il est nécessaire d’anticiper les besoins des utilisateurs et d’analyser les données pour améliorer notre produit. Il y aura beaucoup de collaboration entre nos équipes de produits, d’acquisition des données et de traitement de l’information.

Tâches

  • Modifier des codes dans les secteurs variés de notre système en Python et Javascript (et HTML/CSS)
  • Aider à créer de nouvelles interactions et planifier de nouvelles fonctionnalités
  • Améliorer notre produit en collaborant avec l’équipe d’acquisition des données.

Compétences exigées

  • Baccalauréat en développement logiciel ou sciences informatiques (ou équivalent)
  • 3-5 ans en développement de logiciel
  • Excellente compréhension de Javascript
  • Expérience dans un gros projet Javascript utilisant des applications comme React, Angular, Vue, Ember, etc.
  • Expérience en écriture de lignes de codes Back End dans d’autres langages que Javascript
  • Esprit d’équipe
  • Autonomie, expertise en résolution de problèmes et proposition de solutions créatives
  • Maîtrise du français et de l’anglais (cruciale)
  • Liens vers vos projets (ou copies d’écran ou illustration)

 

Atouts

  • Expérience avec Python, React, Elasticsearch
  • Expérience en conception et amélioration de service de recherche.
  • Intérêt pour l’expérience utilisateur
  • Expérience de travail en petite entreprise ou startup
  • Intérêt pour la recherche scientifique et académique

Si vous êtes un(e) passionné(e) du développement logiciel et souhaitez joindre une entreprise dynamique, faites parvenir votre candidature à: jobs@1science.com

 

À propos de 1science
1science facilite la découverte scientifique et l’innovation et aide les individus et les organismes à rendre compte de la recherche qui les intéresse et à la diffuser. Notre moteur de découverte 1findr permet aux étudiants, chercheurs, bibliothécaires et analystes à rapidement trouver et utiliser des articles scientifiques pertinents, peu importe le domaine de recherche ou le lieu et la langue de publication.

Nous sommes à la recherche de nouveaux talents pour rejoindre notre équipe. Si vous êtes passionné(e), innovateur, joueur d’équipe et poussé(e) vers l’excellence, nous serions ravis de vous compter en tant que membre de notre équipe!

Description du poste

Comme développeur back end vous participerez à la conception et à la réalisation de l’infrastructure de traitement de données (en batch). Nous utilisons le système Amazon EMR, il est donc nécessaire d’être familier avec Redshift, Aurora, et Scala Spark.

Votre tâche principale sera de travailler avec notre algorithme de déduplication des données (qui traite des milliards de fiches) afin d’optimiser et de créer des nouvelles façons plus efficaces pour améliorer la qualité des données. Il y aura beaucoup de collaboration entre nos équipes d’acquisition des données et de traitement de l’information.

Compétences exigées

  • Baccalauréat en développement logiciel ou sciences informatiques (ou équivalent)
  • 5 ans en développement de logiciel
  • Expérience avec Spark et la programmation fonctionnelle (Scala)
  • Maîtrise du  français et de l’anglais (cruciale)
  • Capacité de communication et de rédaction
  • Esprit d’équipe
  • Autonomie, expertise en résolution de problèmes et proposition de solutions créatives

Atouts

  • Expérience avec Amazon Workspace
  • Connaissance de Python
  • Expérience de travail en petite entreprise ou startup
  • Intérêt pour la recherche scientifique et académique

Si vous êtes un(e) passionné(e) du développement logiciel et souhaitez rejoindre une entreprise dynamique, faites parvenir votre candidature à: jobs@1science.com

Based on a study of more than 3 million papers, the study shows that traditional scholarly journals need green open access to retain their relevance

1science today announces the availability of the first results of a large-scale study on open access. The results reveal that freely available scholarly papers, otherwise known as open access papers, have a 50% greater citation advantage than papers published in traditional subscription-based journals.

This means that traditional scholarly journals that restrict access by enforcing subscription paywalls and embargoes will lose their relevance for researchers and governments. Researchers want their papers to be cited as it demonstrates the relevance of their research, and governments want papers to be as widely available as possible as a large part of scholarly and scientific research is financed through public funds.

The new research also shows that the widely held belief that open access papers have a greater impact due to them being available earlier than their commercially published versions is not consistent with the large-scale data collected by 1science. In fact, based on a tie series comprising more than 17.4 million papers published between 2000 and 2015, it is clear that open access still suffers from the effect of embargoes enforced by traditional publishers who maintain that they require that delay to keep the subscription model alive.

“This study pretty much closes the debate on the argument of whether or not open access papers have a greater impact,” says Eric Archambault, President and CEO, 1science. “By examining more than 3 million papers, from very diverse sources of citations and over a sufficiently long time, and considering close to 35 million citations, it is the most robust study on the subject to date.”

Read the oaNumber #1 report online: http://www.1science.com/oanumbr.html
Download the oaNumber #1 report: https://1science.com/PDF/oaNumber_OACA_3million_paper.pdf

About 1science
1science provides libraries with an integrated solution to accelerate their transition to open access. The solution currently comprises three products. With oaFindr, library patrons can easily discover green, gold and hybrid open access scholarly articles published in peer-reviewed journals. oaFindr+ continuously updates institutional repositories with metadata and links to open access papers produced by the institutions’ authors, and published anywhere in the world. oaFigr presents bibliometric and open access indicators to support subscription management and strategic planning. 1science, headquartered in Montreal, Canada, is affiliated with Science-Metrix. 1science.com.

For media inquiries:
Eric Archambault
President and CEO, 1science
eric.archambault@1science.com
1.514.518.0823

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Montreal, Canada 12 September 2017

Eric Archambault, CEO of 1science, is pleased to announce that 1science is now a key supplier to the Max Planck Digital Library (MPDL), based in Munich, Germany. The Max-Planck-Gesellschaft (MPG) joins other leading research institutions, including Caltech and ETH Zurich, which use 1science products, a growing force in the advanced research information systems market. With this agreement, the more than 80 MPG centres gained access to 1findr™, 1science’s revolutionary abstracting and indexing database.

This puts the MPG at the forefront of search and access technology and, according to Dr. Ralf Schimmer, Director of Scientific Information Provision at the MPDL, contributes significantly to the MPG’s “goal of moving away from traditional subscription-based systems”. Schimmer says, “The Max Planck Digital Library regards 1science as a strategic partner that will help the Max Planck to systematically integrate access to freely available versions of scholarly publications and will be instrumental in supporting the transition strategy outlined in OA2020.”

Dr. Archambault says that “what 1science is doing with partners like MPDL is disrupting the old model dominated by outdated technology and assumptions about what users of peer-reviewed literature want.” Archambault says that what makes 1findr unique is the “aim to break down artificial barriers that limit indexing to less than half of peer-reviewed articles.” 1findr searches among 85 million articles published as early as 1665 in scholarly journals all over the world, in all languages, and all fields of research. Moreover, using the oaFindr link resolver, this advanced search solution provides hyperlinks to 30 million freely available articles.

The Max Planck Digital Library is part of the Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, which, with 18 Nobel laureates, is Germany’s most successful research organization. With more than 80 institutes producing 15,000 articles a year, the MPG is one of the world’s largest and prestigious research organizations. 1science is honoured by the trust and recognition shown by this great institution.

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Contact information:

Éric Archambault, Ph.D.
Chief Executive Officer
eric.archambault@1science.com
+1.514.518.0823

Éric Archambault is available for comments or interviews upon request.

 

Why 1science was founded: We started 1science because we believe that there should be easier, more accurate and more cost-effective ways to make use of the peer-reviewed research literature. Our products are for strategic planners and policy makers who need rigorously produced information, for librarians helping their patrons, for researchers who produce and rely on scientific knowledge, and for students who need to find fact fast for their term papers.

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Montreal, June 5, 2017- 1science congratulates Science-Metrix on their 15th birthday.

A world leader in bibliometrics and S&T policy and program evaluation, our sister company, Science-Metrix, has achieved many goals in the last 15 years. We at 1science are proud of everything they’ve accomplished and all of their hard work.

Over the next 12 months Science-Metrix will be starting a new blog series concerning their work and processes. Follow their blog to get the news first hand!

Montreal, June 1, 2017-1science extends warm congratulations to Dr. Ziyun Xu, who has recently been granted an Extraordinary PhD Award from the Council of the Universitat Rovira i Virgili (URV) in Tarragona, Spain. Dr. Xu received his PhD from URV in 2015. He was supervised during his doctoral studies by Science-Metrix and 1science CEO Dr. Éric Archambault, as he included a bibliometrics component in his Translation and Intercultural Studies dissertation.

URV’s Extraordinary PhD Awards are granted in recognition of doctoral theses of the highest quality. Dr. Xu was the only 2017 recipient of this Award from the URV Department of Humanities. A paper co-authored by Dr. Xu and Dr. Archambault can be accessed here.

Dr. Ziyun Xu

About Dr. Xu
Dr. Ziyun Xu obtained a BA in English Language and Literature at the Shanghai International Studies University, an MA in Conference Interpreting at the Monterey Institute of International Studies, and a PhD cum laude in Translation and Intercultural Studies at the Universitat Rovira i Virgili (Spain).

Dr. Xu serves as an expert reviewer for Perspectives: Studies in Translatology, one of the premier journals in the field. He is a certified court interpreter for New York’s United Court System, and has provided extensive interpreting services for both Berkeley Law School and premier American law firms such as K&L Gates and Finnegan. He has worked for high-profile figures in the spheres of politics, business and academia, including three Nobel Prize laureates, US Secretaries of State, Bill Gates, and Tim Cook; he has also worked for leading international conferences and other prestigious bodies, including the White House, the US Congress, and Harvard, Stanford, Berkeley and Cornell Business Schools. He is currently Assistant Professor of Chinese Interpreting and Translation Studies at Wake Forest University.

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Special Library Association (SLA) Annual Conference

Phoenix Convention Center
Phoenix, AZ
June 16-20, 2017
Booth #223
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Key milestone for solution to relieve budgets and save time in research communication

Montreal, May 10, 2017-1science enables university and research libraries to radically reduce the time and money spent on accessing and distributing peer-reviewed articles in all fields of research, in all languages, and from all over the world. On four continents, libraries now use 1science products, leveraging 1science’s database of 25 million records to better manage their journal subscriptions, cost-effectively repair, rebuild and expand their journal collections, and quickly fill their repositories.

Libraries worldwide experience growing financial pressures while also being expected to support world class research. Researchers are increasingly short of time, being solicited to do free work everywhere, from peer reviews to helping fill repositories. “There are many solutions to access scholarly literature, but they are either expensive or labor intensive,” states Eric Archambault, 1science’s CEO. “We designed cost-effective solutions to relieve library budgets and to free researchers from time-consuming chores.”

1science’s product line starts with oaFigr, which informs research offices and scholcomm on the current state of their open access efforts compared to a global benchmark. oaFigr is also the best tool available to facilitate libraries’ and documentation centers’ transition to open access, helping librarians calculate offsets for gold and hybrid article processing charges and providing evidence on how to best manage journal subscriptions to maximize value for researchers and students.

The second product, oaFindr is a gateway platform allowing researchers to instantaneously find and download large numbers of peer-reviewed articles and their associated bibliographic records. It provides convenient and flexible access to its growing client base, using the discovery systems and link resolvers offered by EBSCO, ProQuest/Ex Libris and OCLC. A companion product, oaFindr+, helps librarians fill their repositories without having to involve busy faculty and researchers.

1science’s most radical innovation is oaFoldr, the only self-populating and self-updating repository solution on the market. It can be used by research councils, funding organizations and universities that want to almost instantly reach the fill-rate of the most advanced repositories, without having to ask researchers and librarians to spend precious time repeating the work of others.

1science has put in place a global distribution network to service institutions worldwide. Pioneer clients include the École Polytechnique in Montreal, Caltech in California and ETH in Zurich, in addition to other prestigious institutions such as Stanford, McGill and the University of Calgary, and OA leaders such as Trinity University (Texas).

About 1science
1science’s mission is to reduce the time and money spent on knowledge acquisition and diffusion. 1science develops products combining powerful search and analytics capacities with the highest quality, curated scholarly and scientific information. 1science is headquartered in Montreal, Canada, and is affiliated with Science-Metrix, a professional services company specializing in bibliometrics and program evaluation.

For media inquiries:
Eric Archambault
President and CEO, 1science
eric.archambault@1science.com
+1.514.518.0823

Eric is available for any type of media interview.

New agreement expands representation of 1science’s solution to academic libraries in their uptake of open access

1science, announces the appointment of WorldWide Information Services as its sales agent in South Africa and neighboring countries. WWIS will be responsible for the sales of 1science’s integrated solution which supports academic libraries in their uptake of open access, optimizes their subscriptions management, and increases the visibility of their universities’ scholarly production.

This new appointment was made to strengthen 1science’s presence in this new region and to handle all sales and inquiries. “We are pleased to expand our presence in South Africa and to partner with WWIS”, says Eric Archambault, President and CEO, 1science. “Extending our products in the region is aligned with our mission to facilitate the flow of knowledge the world over. WWIS is well positioned to support us, as a result of their strong network in and knowledge of the local market. They will enable us to provide the highest level of service to our clients in this region and to respond quickly to their needs.”

About WWIS
WorldWide Information Services (WWIS) was established in 2006 when the management team at the time bought a local subscription agent, Mast Publications from the listed AdvTech Group. The name was selected to better reflect the strategic direction of the company and its mission and vision to enhance commitment in providing world-class subscription management solutions.

Today the company is owned by five Directors and is a leading subscription agent with a client base, which currently includes 90% of South African academic institutions. It is unashamedly proud of its South African origins and ownership and strives to maintain a level of independence, which gives it the freedom to decide on its own destiny, in partnership with a growing base of clients who are loyal to its strong values.

About 1science
1science provides libraries an integrated solution to accelerate their transition to open access. The solution currently comprises three products. With oaFindr, library patrons can easily discover green, gold and hybrid open access peer-reviewed scholarly articles. oaFindr+ continuously updates institutional repositories with metadata and links to open access papers produced by the institutions’ authors, and published anywhere in the world. oaFigr presents bibliometric and open access indicators to support subscription management and strategic planning. 1science, headquartered in Montreal, Canada, is affiliated with Science-Metrix. 1science.com.

For media inquiries:
Elpi Klapa
Marketing Communications Manager, 1science
elpi.klapa@1science.com
1.514.652.3574

For business development inquiries:
Melissa Badenhorst
Marketing Director, WWIS
melissa.badenhorst@wwis.co.za
+27 82 482 1530

39th Annual Meeting of the Society for Scholarly Publishing (SSP)

Westin Boston Waterfront
Boston, MA
May 31st-June 2nd 2017
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Panel discussion :
Concurrent 3D: Degrees of Open-ness: Challenges and Solutions in the Analysis of Open Access Metrics

-Éric Archambault, Science-Metrix
-Patricia Feeney, Crossref
-Daniella Lowenberg, University of California Curation Center
-Lucy Montgomery, Curtin University

June 1st, 2017
4pm
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The Association of College & Research Libraries (ACRL) conference

Baltimore Convention Center
Baltimore, MD
March 22 – 25, 2017
Booth #454
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ALA Midwinter

Georgia World Congress Center
Atlanta, Georgia
January 20th-23rd
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Frankfurt Book Fair

Messegelände
Ludwig-Erhard-Anlage 1
Frankfurt, Germany
October 19 – 23, 2016
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STI Conference

València, Spain
September 14th-16th, 2016
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Panel discussion :
Infrastructures for Inclusive and Open Science

• Eric Archambault, CEO and President, 1Science and Science-Metrix
• Valentin Bogorov (Thomson-Reuters, Russia)
• Hebe Vessuri (Argentina, Venezuela)

September 15th, 2016
4:30pm
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New agreement expands representation of 1science’s solution to academic libraries in their uptake of open access

Montreal, August 9, 2016-1science, announces the appointment of Levant as its sales agent in Lebanon. Levant will be responsible for the sales of 1science’s integrated solution which supports academic libraries in their uptake of open access, optimizes their subscriptions management, and increases the visibility of their universities’ scholarly production.

This new appointment was made to strengthen 1science’s presence in this new region and to handle all sales and inquiries. “We are pleased to sign our first Agent in the Middle East,” says 1science CEO Eric Archambault,” being closer to our customers is key in every market , with the expertise of Levant based in Lebanon we are confident that research institutes can benefit of this new relation by staring to use Open Access solutions.”.

“We are very pleased and proud to represent 1science in Lebanon”, says Therese Nasr, Business Development Manager at Levant. “We are also thrilled about working with Erik-Jan Van Kleef, with whom we have had the pleasure of developing a remarkable relationship. As a distinguished platform that provides an integrated solution that facilitates open access and the flow of knowledge, we are certain that our collaboration with 1science will add more value to our scholarly (academic services)”.

About Levant
Levant Distributors was established in 1950. They are the sole distributors of English language magazines, books (school and university books plus trade books) and newspapers in Lebanon. They are also engaged in the distribution of UK, US & French magazines in Africa, Asia, Eastern Europe, Middle East and South America. They have offices in New York, London, Paris, Geneva and with headquarters in Beirut, Lebanon.

Levant supplies the main universities in Lebanon with textbooks, reference books, periodicals/journals subscriptions and online products (databases, ejournals and ebooks). They represent many publishers such as Wiley, Springer Nature, Cengage, SAGE, Oxford University Press, Cambridge University Press, Taylor & Francis, Emerald, Royal Society of Chemistry etc… For more information, please visit www.levantgroup.com

About 1science
1science provides libraries an integrated solution to accelerate their transition to open access. The solution currently comprises three products. With oaFindr, library patrons can easily discover green, gold and hybrid open access, scholarly articles published in peer-reviewed articles. oaFindr+ continuously updates institutional repositories with metadata and links to open access papers produced by the institutions’ authors, and published anywhere in the world. oaFigr presents bibliometric and open access indicators to support subscription management and strategic planning. 1science, headquartered in Montreal, Canada, is affiliated with Science-Metrix. 1science.

For media inquiries:
Eric Archambault
President and CEO, 1science
eric.archambault@1science.com
+1.514.518.0823

For business development inquiries:
Rana Dally
Head Subscription Department
r.dally@levantgroup.com
Phone: +961 1 488 444 ext. 114
Fax: +961 1 510 655

Based on a study of more than 3 million papers, the study shows that traditional scholarly journals need green open access to retain their relevance

1science today announces the availability of the first results of a large-scale study on open access. The results reveal that freely available scholarly papers, otherwise known as open access papers, have a 50% greater citation advantage than papers published in traditional subscription-based journals.

This means that traditional scholarly journals that restrict access by enforcing subscription paywalls and embargoes will lose their relevance for researchers and governments. Researchers want their papers to be cited as it demonstrates the relevance of their research, and governments want papers to be as widely available as possible as a large part of scholarly and scientific research is financed through public funds.

The new research also shows that the widely held belief that open access papers have a greater impact due to them being available earlier than their commercially published versions is not consistent with the large-scale data collected by 1science. In fact, based on a tie series comprising more than 17.4 million papers published between 2000 and 2015, it is clear that open access still suffers from the effect of embargoes enforced by traditional publishers who maintain that they require that delay to keep the subscription model alive.

“This study pretty much closes the debate on the argument of whether or not open access papers have a greater impact,” says Eric Archambault, President and CEO, 1science. “By examining more than 3 million papers, from very diverse sources of citations and over a sufficiently long time, and considering close to 35 million citations, it is the most robust study on the subject to date.”

Download the oaNumber #1 report: https://1science.com/PDF/oaNumber_OACA_3million_paper.pdf

About 1science
1science provides libraries with an integrated solution to accelerate their transition to open access. The solution currently comprises three products. With oaFindr, library patrons can easily discover green, gold and hybrid open access scholarly articles published in peer-reviewed journals. oaFindr+ continuously updates institutional repositories with metadata and links to open access papers produced by the institutions’ authors, and published anywhere in the world. oaFigr presents bibliometric and open access indicators to support subscription management and strategic planning. 1science, headquartered in Montreal, Canada, is affiliated with Science-Metrix. 1science.com.

For media inquiries:
Eric Archambault
President and CEO, 1science
eric.archambault@1science.com
1.514.518.0823

New agreement expands representation of 1science’s solution for increased uptake of open access by universities and college libraries

1science today announces the appointment of Scientific Knowledge Services (SKS) as its sales agent in Central and Eastern Europe. Scientific Knowledge Services will be responsible for sales of 1science’s integrated solution that supports academic libraries in their uptake of open access, optimizes their subscriptions management, and increases the visibility of their universities’ scholarly production.

This agreement will expand 1science’s market visibility and presence in Hungary, Slovenia, Croatia, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Serbia, Moldova, and Bosnia and Herzegovina; all sales and inquiries will be handled by SKS. The deal covers oaFindr, which has close to 20 million links to full-text scholarly papers and is the largest source of open access (OA) papers strictly published in peer-reviewed journals. Other products that will be distributed by SKS include oaFigr, which provides unique insight into scholarly journals subscription management, and oaFindr+, which largely accelerates the uploading of data into an institutional repository.

“We are pleased to partner up with SKS and support academic libraries in their transition to a more open access model,” says Eric Archambault, President and CEO, 1science. “We have great confidence in their strong networks and solid knowledge of the local markets, and also in their ability to provide the highest level of service to our clients in these regions and to quickly respond to their needs.”

SKS is a Swiss company with 20 years of experience in working with academic, public and research libraries, focusing on online electronic resources and solutions. “We are proud to be 1science’s local partner and believe that their innovative OA solutions will make a positive impact in our region,” says Tiberius Ignat, Managing Director of SKS. The company will be collaborating closely with Erik-Jan Van Kleef, Vice-President of Sales & Channel Management at 1science.

About SKS
SKS is a trusted partner to many well-known publishing houses and research solution providers, and is active in Central and Eastern Europe, with its head office in Zug, Switzerland. SKS’s main focus is to find the common ground where the interests of libraries, universities, research organizations and publishers meet, and propose winning solutions for all parties. The company’s efforts lie in understanding each market, by connecting and dedicating time to local librarians, academics, researchers and governmental bodies, and assisting publishers to better serve the specific information needs of each country.

About 1science
1science provides libraries with an integrated solution to accelerate their transition to open access. The solution currently comprises three products. With oaFindr, library patrons can easily discover green, gold and hybrid open access scholarly articles published in peer-reviewed journals. oaFoldr continuously updates institutional repositories with metadata and links to open access papers produced by the institutions’ authors, and published anywhere in the world. oaFigr presents bibliometric and open access indicators to support subscription management and strategic planning. 1science, headquartered in Montreal, Canada, is affiliated with Science-Metrix. 1science.com.

For media inquiries:
Eric Archambault
President and CEO, 1science
eric.archambault@1science.com
1.514.518.0823

For business development inquiries:
Marika Markova, SKS
Executive Director
marika@scientificknowledgeservices.com
+420 607 462 982

ALA 2016 Annual Conference and Exhibition

Orange County Convention Center
Orlando, FL
June 23 -28, 2016
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Collaboration to provide academic libraries a wider content of open access scholarly articles

1science and EBSCO Information Services (EBSCO) are pleased to announce their partnership to provide academic libraries access to a vast number of openly accessible scholarly articles when performing a search in EBSCO Discovery Service™ (EDS).

This is a natural partnership as both parties understand that academic institutions spend time and resources investing in discovery systems while aiming to increase their content, and provide to their users open access articles published in peer-reviewed journals. “We are pleased to be collaborating with EBSCO, a leading force in the discovery service market”, says Dr. Eric Archambault, CEO, 1science. “Through this agreement, clients common to EBSCO and 1science conveniently gain access to more than 15.5 million open access, scholarly papers, all directly in EDS. This partnership is in line with our mission to facilitate the flow of knowledge.”

EBSCO Discovery Service creates a unified, customized index of an institution’s information resources, and an easy, yet powerful means of accessing all of that content from a single search box. EBSCO Vice President of SaaS Strategy Tamir Borensztajn says that that this partnership will improve discoverability of content in open access journals. “EBSCO is one of the top providers of traffic to many open access journal websites and it provides high quality indexing for more than 11,000 open access journals. By partnering with 1science, researchers will be able to find and quickly access a wider content to the most relevant information available, within and beyond open access journals.”

1science offers an integrated solution that helps academic libraries increase the uptake of open access articles, the majority of which are from sources other than gold open access journals. With tools to bring open access to the fore, academic libraries can overcome their budget limitations with optimized subscriptions management and increase the visibility of their universities’ scholarly production. Now available through EDS, oaFindr allows library patrons to consistently find and directly download with one click, a rapidly growing number of green, hybrid and gold open access articles published in peer-reviewed scholarly journals.

Common 1science and EBSCO clients who will soon start benefitting from this partnership are The California Institute of Technology, The University of San Francisco and Trinity University.

About EBSCO Information Services
EBSCO Information Services (EBSCO) is the leading discovery service provider for libraries worldwide with more than 10,000 discovery customers in over 100 countries. EBSCO Discovery Service™ (EDS) provides each institution with a comprehensive, single search box for its entire collection, offering unparalleled relevance ranking quality and extensive customization. EBSCO is also the preeminent provider of online research content for libraries, including hundreds of research databases, historical archives, point-of-care medical reference, and corporate learning tools serving millions of end users at tens of thousands of institutions. EBSCO is the leading provider of electronic journals & books for libraries, with subscription management for more than 360,000 serials, including more than 57,000 e-journals, as well as online access to more than 800,000 e-books. For more information, visit the EBSCO website at: www.ebsco.com. EBSCO Information Services is a division of EBSCO Industries Inc., a family owned company since 1944.

About 1science
1science is the leading provider of software tools and analytics to accelerate the transition to open access. The company’s solution currently comprises three products. With oaFindr, library patrons can easily discover green, gold and hybrid open access, scholarly articles published in peer-reviewed journals. oaFindr+ continuously updates institutional repositories with open access papers produced by the institutions’ authors, and published anywhere in the world. oaFigr presents bibliometric and open access indicators to support subscription management and strategic planning. 1science, headquartered in Montreal, Canada, is affiliated with Science-Metrix, a leader in the bibliometrics and research evaluation community.

For media inquiries:
Elpi Klapa
Marketing Communications Manager, 1science
elpi.klapa@1science.com
1.514.652.3574

Kathleen McEvoy
Vice President of Communications, EBSCO
kmcevoy@ebsco.com
(800) 653-2726 ext. 2594

For business development inquiries:
Scott Bard
VP Business Development, 1science
scott.bard@1science.com
1.856.994.3883

Open Scholarship Initiative

Fairfax, VA
April 19 – 22, 2016
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NSF Workshop on Bibliometric Indicators

Arlington, VA
April 6 – 8, 2016

11th Annual ER&L Conference

AT&T Executive Education & Conference Center
The University of Texas at Austin
Austin, TX
April 3 – 6, 2016
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SCELC Vendor Day

Los Angeles, CA
March 3, 2016
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OLA Super Conference

Toronto, Ontario
January 27th-30th, 2016
Booth #807
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ALA Midwinter

Boston, Massachusetts
January 8th-11th, 2016
Booth #1800
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1science, whose mission is to facilitate the flow of knowledge, launched today an integrated solution for academic institutions to drastically increase the uptake of open access. Academic libraries can benefit from lower journal subscription costs, insight into subscriptions management and an increase in the visibility of their universities’ scholarly production.

“1science is set to become a major disruptor in the scholarly, scientific and technical publishing industry, with our comprehensive suite of products for open access quickly gaining interest in academic libraries,” says Dr. Eric Archambault, President and CEO, 1science.

The 1science Library OA Solution includes three innovative first-to-market products: oaFindr, a seamless tool to retrieve all open access scholarly papers in every discipline; oaFindr+, an innovative virtual repository software; and oaFigr, independent reports providing OA statistics.

“We have developed an integrated solution for open access to enable academic institutions to analyze their journal subscriptions and provide them with a reliable, precise search and discovery tool to retrieve all open access articles. This solution will also help them comply with governmental open access mandates, and support them in rapidly increasing the diffusion of their institutions’ scholarly production in a manner that is much less labour-intensive,” says Archambault.

The company signed its first contract with the library of Polytechnique Montréal, a university reputed for its initiatives in innovation and technology. “Our partnership is a natural alliance,” says Mathieu Lampron, VP Product, 1science, a Polytechnique Montréal graduate. “The Polytechnique Montréal library and 1science share similar core values of creativity, collaboration and openness. Their involvement has helped us improve our products.”

“The Polytechnique library is proud to partner with 1science and benefit from its sense of innovation and understanding of the challenges of scholarly communications,” says Sylvain Meunier, Library Director, Polytechnique Montréal. “This is the beginning of a collaboration that will allow us to offer a wide range of resources to our students and professors, while reducing costs and contributing to an ever greater access to knowledge through open access.”

The 1science solution is globally available now to all academic institutions.

1science is officially launching in the US at the Charleston Library Conference on November 4, 2015.

About 1science
1science provides an integrated solution for open access to academic institutions. The company’s Library OA Solution comprises three products: oaFindr, a search and discovery tool for open access, peer-reviewed articles in all disciplines; oaFindr+, a virtual repository solution helping to increase the visibility of universities’ scholarly production; and oaFigr, a decision-making tool for journal subscriptions management. 1science is affiliated with Science-Metrix and is headquartered in Montreal, Canada.

For media inquiries or for an interview:
Elpi Klapa
Marketing Communications Manager, 1science
elpi.klapa@1science.com
1.514.652.3574

Congrès des milieux documentaires du Québec

Palais des Congrès de Montréal
November 18th – 20th, 2015
Booth #39
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Presentation by Mathieu Lampron
VP, Product, 1Science

November 18th, 2015
1:15pm – The Availability of Open Access, Peer-Reviewed Scientific Articles and the State of Institutional Repositories
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2015 Charleston Library Conference

Charleston, South Carolina
November 4th, 2015
Table #55
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Presentations by Eric Archambault
CEO and President, 1Science and Science-Metrix

November 5th, 2015
12:45pm- New Methods for Extending Access: Implications for Publishers and Library Collections & Services
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November 6th, 2015
11:35am- Measuring Open Access- Current State of the Art
2:25pm- Using Bibliometrics analysis as a decision-making tool for serials’ subscriptions
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