We are currently trialing a new product from ISI. Web Citation Index offers bibliographic and cited reference data from preprints, open access journals, technical reports, dissertations, proceedings, and other gray literature. It appears they are pulling some of their data from institutional repositories and preprint databases.
Have you heard about the Google Library Project? Or maybe the question would be more correct to say "What haven't you heard about the Google Library Project?" In my opinion, this baby has more "sides" than the NBA.
I just stumbled across this article by Jonathan Band, "The Google Library Project: Both Sides of the Story" recently published in the new journal Plagiary: Cross-Disciplinary Studies in Plagiarism, Fabrication, and Falsification.
Soil and environmental analysis : physical methods [electronic resource] / edited by Keith A. Smith, Chris E. Mullins. http://www.library.drexel.edu/cgi-bin/r.cgi?url=http://www.environetbase.com/ejournals/books/book_km.asp?id=3030
Toxicological chemistry and biochemistry [electronic resource] / Stanley E.
Frequently in this space I will be announcing new resources, probably electronic, that have been added to the catalog recently.
Today, I am highlighting GEO Year Book 2006. This is published by the United Nations Environment Programme.
Spanish Minister for Education announced the creation of a new digital library to provide the academic community in Spain with immediate access to scientific articles and books...This new digital collection will be called the Biblioteca Electrónica de Ciencia y Tecnología (Electronic Library of Science and Technology) and it is expected to cost about 80 million euros. According to the Education Minister, it will have 8,000 data bases and users will be able to consult the online editions of all the world's main scientific journals.