101 Innovations in Scholarly Communication

Bianca Kramer and Jeroen Bosman, two librarians at Universiteit Utrecht (Netherlands), presented a poster titled: 101 Innovations in Scholarly Communication at Force 2015 last January.

Kramer and Bosman’s work highlights the increasing number of tools and services available to researchers in a changing landscape of scholarly communication. The content of their poster, created by surveying researchers, is also hosted on their website. Check it out for workflows and links to free and subscription products.

If you have any questions about a product or service, or if you would like to share your experiences, please email openISU@iastate.edu. We’d love to hear from you! ISU Library does have a subscriptions to some of products listed by Kramer and Bosman.

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