2016 International Open Access Week: Open Access in Action (24th - 30th October)
The CSHL Library and Archive is proud to celebrate the 9th annual International Open Access Week.
The theme of this year is “Open access in action.”, a fitting theme for the Open Access movement and one that highlights the idea that open access to information fosters increased collaboration between scientists, other disciplines and the community at large.
What is Open Access? - Open Access is the unrestricted access to all forms of research output, including articles, conference proceedings, theses, books etc.
For more information please refer to our Open Access Libguide
A major undertaking by the CSHL Library & Archives, the "Human Genome Project History: Annotated Scholarly Guide to the HGP" is now available as an online guide and a downloadable E-Book. The editor is Kevin Davies.
Baker et al J Cell Sci 2016
Generation and characterization of an inducible knockdown mouse model for SCRIB
Crow et al Genom Biol 2016
Comparative network analysis shows higher functional connectivity, semantic similarity, and convergent co-expression of UMI-based aggregates
Fagegaltier et al Genes & Dev 2016
The effects of depleting piRNA pathway components.
He et al Neuron 2016
Intersectional Targeting of the SST/CR Subpopulation
Pedmale et al Cell 2016
Graphical representation of the findings presented in the paper
Understanding your rights as an author and copyright this important for all scientists from graduate students to PI's.
DO YOU HAVE AN ORCID ID YET?
The Open Researcher and Contributor ID (ORCID) is a 16-digit number unique to each individual and helps to eliminate author name ambiguity and improve discoverability of your research and scholarly works. ORCID is well supported by all the major publishers, as well as a number of funding agencies and institutions.
The CSHL Library supports ORCID’s mission and is an ORCID institutional member enabling the creation of ORCID records on behalf of our authors . You can contact us or we can visit you to assist in the process. If you wish to create an ORCID on your own our libguide explains the process in more depth.
Please contact Mila Pollock or Matt Covey if you have any questions or need our help to register for ORCID.
Altmetric "watches social media sites, newspapers, government policy documents and other sources for mentions of scholarly articles. We bring all the attention together to compile article level metrics"
Altmetric allows researchers to see where publications are being talked about and by whom.
The Arabidopsis Information Resource (TAIR) maintains a database of genetic and molecular biology data for the model higher plant Arabidopsis thaliana . Data available from TAIR includes the complete genome sequence along with gene structure, gene product information, gene expression, DNA and seed stocks, genome maps, genetic and physical markers, publications, and information about the Arabidopsis research community. Gene product function data is updated every week from the latest published research literature and community data submissions. TAIR also provides extensive linkouts from our data pages to other Arabidopsis resources.