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Visibility Forum for Scientists and Researchers from Developing Countries

Visibility - A Forum for Science & Research in the Developing World. It is aimed to be a Platform for the Communication of Science, Research & All Fields of Study between the Scientists and Researchers of the Developing and Developed Worlds.


Webology Journal

Webology is an international peer-reviewed journal in English devoted to the field of the World Wide Web and serves as a forum for discussion and experimentation. It serves as a forum for new research in information dissemination and communication processes in general, and in the context of the World Wide Web in particular. Concerns include the production, gathering, recording, processing, storing, representing, sharing, transmitting, retrieving, distribution, and dissemination of information, as well as its social and cultural impacts.

Web 2.0 as a Social Movement

Web 2.0 as a Social Movement
Web 2.0 development are compared to demonstrate how Web 2.0 is a manifestation of an ongoing interaction between this human rights social movement and communication technology. The values associated with Web 2.0, especially the participative role of users, are congruent with those expressed in the movement to achieve a right to communicate.

Nature into OA Archiving?

Nature Precedings
Nature Precedings is a place for researchers to share documents, including presentations, posters, white papers, technical papers, supplementary findings, and manuscripts. It provides a rapid way to disseminate emerging results and new theories, solicit opinions, and record the provenance of ideas. It also makes such material easy to archive, share and cite. The whole service is free of charge.

Video: RSS in Plain English

Explains RSS in very a simple way.


ticTOCs project

ticTOCs project aims to develop a freely available service which will transform journal current awareness by making it easy for academics and researchers to find, display, store, combine and reuse tables of contents from multiple publishers in a personalisable web based environment.