Sinn-Cheng Lin · Ting-Yu Chou

Bibliography. Library science. Information resources

Open access is a mode of academic communication that has been on the rise in recent years, but open access academic resources are widely dispersed across the internet, making it occasionally inconvenient in terms of its use. This research is focused on library and information science, using the OAIS reference model as the system framework, two open access platform, DOAJ and E-LIS as the data sources, and through system implementation develop a “library and information science open access journal union catalogue” system. Using the OAI-PMH protocol as the data interoperability standard, and LAMP as the development environment, four major functionalities: injest, archiving, management and access of information were designed, developed, and integrated into system build. Actual testing and verification showed this system is able to successfully collect data from DOAJ and E-LIS open journal resources related to library and information science. The system is now active and functional, and can be used by researchers in the library and science information field.

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Estimated effects of implementing an open access policy for grantees at a private foundation
PeerJ 2017 (
Background The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation (GBMF) was interested in understanding the potential effects of requiring that grantees publish their peer-reviewed research in open access journals. Methods We collected data on more than 2,000 public...

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Onward to 2016
Journal of Circulating Biomarkers 2016 (
As we embrace for another exciting year (2016), we are thrilled to announce JCB has been indexed in the DOAJ (Directory of Open Access Journals) ( 1849-4544)! This was attributable to the number of quality published original rese...

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LIS Practitioner-focused Research Trends Toward Open Access Journals, Academic-focused Research Toward Traditional Journals
Evidence Based Library and Information Practice 2018 (
A Review of: Chang, Y-W. (2017). Comparative study of characteristics of authors between open access and non-open access journals in library and information science. Library & Information Science Research, 39(1), 8-15.

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PaLRaP Earns the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) Seal of Approval
Pennsylvania Libraries: Research & Practice 2016 (
In early 2016 PaLRaP was added to the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) and received the DOAJ Seal of Approval....

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