Research in Context

Schirrwagen J, Jahn N (2013)
Presented at the Seminar on Providing Access to Grey Literature 2013, Prague.

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Výzkum v kontextu
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Context of scholarly results improves discovery, sharing and re-use in library and research communities. OpenAIREplus facilitates access to European research. Its mission is to interlink research publications, data, contributors and grants. Introducing pilots for the Social & Life Sciences we show how disciplinary services can be used to enhanced publications in cross-disciplinary environments. The approach followed originate from text-mining and interlinks innovative repository services and initiatives like DataCite.
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Seminar on Providing Access to Grey Literature 2013
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Prague
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2013-10-23
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Schirrwagen J, Jahn N. Research in Context. Presented at the Seminar on Providing Access to Grey Literature 2013, Prague.
Schirrwagen, J., & Jahn, N. (2013). Research in Context. Presented at the Seminar on Providing Access to Grey Literature 2013, Prague.
Schirrwagen, J., and Jahn, N. (2013).“Research in Context”. Presented at the Seminar on Providing Access to Grey Literature 2013, Prague.
Schirrwagen, J., & Jahn, N., 2013. Research in Context. Presented at the Seminar on Providing Access to Grey Literature 2013, Prague.
J. Schirrwagen and N. Jahn, “Research in Context”, Presented at the Seminar on Providing Access to Grey Literature 2013, Prague, National Library of Technology, 2013.
Schirrwagen, J., Jahn, N.: Research in Context. Presented at the Seminar on Providing Access to Grey Literature 2013, Prague (2013).
Schirrwagen, Jochen, and Jahn, Najko. “Research in Context”. Presented at the Seminar on Providing Access to Grey Literature 2013, Prague, National Library of Technology, 2013.
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