ATG News You Need to Start the Week 10/14/19

by | Oct 14, 2019 | 0 comments

Readers can now access the latest Taylor & Francis research on the go via the Researcher app

According to KnowledgeSpeak ” Readers can now keep track of the latest Taylor & Francis research on the go through their mobile devices, using the Researcher app. Researcher makes keeping up to date with the latest published research simple with a social media-style personalised feed. The feed displays papers and data from a pre-selected list of journals and can be customised with keywords to only display the most relevant research for you…”

More Than 1,700 Maps Added to USGS Historical Topographic Map Collection

infoDOCKET reports that “in collaboration with the US Geological Survey (USGS), Esri recently updated the online USGS historical topographic map collection with over 1,700 new maps.

Esri’s USGS topographic map collection now contains 177,061 historical quadrangle maps dating from 1882 to 2006.

8,000 Images From the Digital Image Collection of the Folger Shakespeare Library Now Available via “Open Artstor”

Also according to infoDOCKET “Open Artstor: Folger Shakespeare Library is now available with a selection of more than 8,000 images from the Digital Image Collection of the Folger Shakespeare Library. Provided under Creative Commons licenses, these images illuminate the history and output of Shakespeare and theater in general, from illustrated manuscripts and rare books, costume and stagecraft, to actors’ portraits and miscellanea.

Publons publishes the first large-scale survey on grant peer review

KnowledgeSpeak also reports that “Publons, part of the Web of Science Group (a Clarivate Analytics company), has published the first large-scale survey on competitive research grant peer review, Grant Review in Focus. The report brings together the most extensive researcher survey on grant peer review ever conducted – with more than 4,500 respondents- and the full power of the Web of Science and InCites datasets.

CARL and LAC Co-Lead National Shared Print Project to Better Track and Preserve Published Materials

Library Technology Guides reports that “the Canadian Association of Research Libraries and Library and Archives Canada (LAC) have joined forces to improve preservation of Canadian publications in Canadian libraries.


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