|Library Resources for Faculty & Instructors|
|RESEARCH, REFERENCE & CIRCULATION SERVICES|
|CITED REFERENCE SEARCHES: articles, books, & resources by authors, topics, identify top researchers, tenure & promotion decisions.|
|Use Web of Science. Cited Reference Search.
1. Enter Author's Name: Budker, D*
2. Select cited references (or select all) and click "Finish Search". (Look for cited reference variants -different pages of the same article are cited or papers are cited incorrectly.
3. Results page. click on Create Citation Report or Analyze Results.
|DATA MANAGEMENT: review the NSH, NIH & other funding agencies data plan requirements|
|• Use EZID to get your own DOI or identifier|
|• UC Berkeley & UC Data management resources|
|• NSF, National Science Foundation. Data Sharing Policy. Data Management Requirement & FAQ|
|• NIH Mandate. National Institute of Public Health, Public Access Policy.|
|Open Access (OA) is literature that is available to anyone. An open-access article has limited copyright and licensing restrictions and may be read, downloaded, copied, or distributed. As with any scholarly resource, authors should be properly acknowledged and cited. This usually does not mean free to the authors.|
|Compact for Open-Access Publishing Equity. UC Berkeley Library +|
|The compact for open-access publishing equity supports equity of the business models by committing each university to "the timely establishment of durable mechanisms for underwriting reasonable publication charges for articles written by its faculty and published in fee-based open-access journals and for which other institutions would not be expected to provide funds."
|OPEN - freely available, no copyright transfer, = PloS, BioMed Central
FREE - after an embargo period, the publisher makes the article available, = PNAS, JBC and Highwire Press Publishers.
PAID or HYBRID - option to pay to make the article freely available on publication, = AIP Author Select, Oxford, Royal society.
PUBLIC - freely available as a result of a funding agency mandate, NSF or NIH. = PubMed as a result of the NIH mandate.
|Funding Open Access Article Publication|
Berkeley Research Impact Initiative. BRII funding will cover some of the costs of open access fees.
UC Memberships provide a reduced price.
HHMI support is available.
|Find Journals that use alternate forms of publishing:|
|Directory of Online Journals (DOJA): http://www.doaj.org
Publishers: check each for copyright & self-archivng policies
|Find Quantitative Information about Journals:|
| Impact Factor from Journal Citation Reports: http://isiknowledge.com/jcr
Journal cost-effectiveness: http://www.journalprices.com
|UC Berkeley Resources
|Scholarly communication is defined as the system in which information or data are created (by scholars), distributed (by publishers), disseminated, preserved, and organized (by libraries). The soaring cost of published information has put this system at risk. At UC Berkeley Library, Scholarly Communication, you can learn more about how the crisis in scholarly communication, what you can do to support changes in the current system and how to take advantage of new technologies.
Visit the University of California's eScholarship repository to find out how you can have more direct control over the creation and dissemination of your scholarship.
The UC Libraries and campuses are involved in current scholarly publishing endeavors and events; new technologies, the escalating cost of digital resources, and market issues have all contributed to change the scholarly communication landscape.
Consult a Librarian and/or the links below for more information
|Collections: Find Ebooks. Use Uc-eLinks for holdings information and links to electronic text.|