FHI Library Workshop: Information Resources & Open Access
This interactive online workshop will introduce available options for making your research outputs open access. Discover which publishing fees are paid centrally or by the FHI library and get practical tips on how to adopt open access practices in your research area. Furthermore, you will get an overview of useful search tools.
Monday, Febrary 14, 2021 –14pm
The workshop will be held online and lasts about 45 minutes.
Please register and inform us (firstname.lastname@example.org) about your focus of interest.
Der Wissenschaftsrat hat Empfehlungen zur Transformation des wissenschaftlichen Publizierens zu Open Access veröffentlicht. Sie sind unter der folgenden DOI abrufbar: https://doi.org/10.57674/fyrc-vb61
The Royal Society of Chemistry has gathered material on climate change from a chemical point of view, to be found under Chemistry and COP26.
In light of the UN Climate Change Conference that took place in Glasgow last month, the RSC published a position statement as well as a manifesto on climate change. Furthermore, the page features several educational videos on different aspects of environmental issues and sustainability. The chemistry behind factors of climate change and technologies with the aim of counteracting it are explained.
A new version of Open Access Helper has been released. It was developed for iOS 15, suitable for such products as the iPhone or iPad, and contains all features of the desktop version.
Every time the user encounters the mention of a document with its respective DOI code, the Open Access Helper automatically searches for and presents an Open Access copy of said document. If the user enables their institution, it is also able to guide them to further access via institutional subscriptions.
The Open Access Helper can be downloaded free of charge on its website. There are versions for iPhone & iPad, Safari (macOS), Chrome, and Firefox Browser available.