Category Archives: etd2007

"open access" is not good enough

I have ranted at regular intervals about the use of “Open Access” or often “open access” as a term implying more than it delivers. My current concern is that although there are are tens of thousands of theses described as … Continue reading

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OSCAR eats an Open thesis

As regular readers will know we are applying text-mining to chemistry in Open theses. The problem is finding fully Open theses – so far we have got Alicia’s. Alicia has captured all here molecules in semantic form so text-mining isn’t … Continue reading

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Chemistry/science theses urgently wanted!

As I have blogged (Electronic Theses (ETD2007) – June 8th, 2007) I shall be demonstrating the power of the eThesis next week at Uppsala. We now have technology that will identify the chemistry in a thesis and automatically re-use it … Continue reading

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Electronic Theses (ETD2007)

I am honoured to be asked to speak at the meeting next week in Uppsala on electronic theses (The Power of the Electronic Scientific Thesis). (This resonates with the JISC meeting on repositories (Digital repositories: Dealing with the digital deluge) … Continue reading

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