Open Access

How open science is transforming the future of research [Podcast]

Open research is a complex and rapidly evolving global movement. It has proven to be a springboard for ongoing research, discovery and innovation, but it has also led to challenges for researchers, librarians and publishers alike. Here to talk us through open research and the tools designed to help in this space is Dr. Nandita […]

We’re supporting open access in the DACH region – here’s how

The Web of Science is accelerating scientific exchange and progress in Germany, Austria and Switzerland by providing key publication data to Germany’s Open Access Monitor.   The Web of Science™, part of Clarivate™, has long been an advocate for open access content. Our publisher-neutral data helps the research community discover and evaluate high-quality open access […]

A researcher’s complete guide to open access papers

Open access is one of the most effective ways of ensuring your findings can be read and built upon by a broad audience. Sharing your papers and data without restrictions can help to build a better research culture, and lead to faster, more advanced outcomes for the global challenges we face today. Open access isn’t […]

Introducing new open access data in Journal Citation Reports

At Clarivate, we’re always looking for ways to make the process of scientific discovery faster, more robust and more transparent. We believe a large part of this can be achieved through embracing open research – including open access (OA) and open science – and we support the many different activities, products and facets of open […]

CrossRef Board Elections: Vote Dr Nandita Quaderi 

If you are a voting member of Crossref your ‘voting contact’ should have received an email in late September with information on how to select your preferred candidate for the 2019 Board. There are seven candidates standing for five seats.   Below, Dr Quaderi explains why she should be elected to the CrossRef Board.   My background […]

CrossRef Board Elections: Vote Dr Nandita Quaderi 

If you are a voting member of Crossref your ‘voting contact’ should have received an email in late September with information on how to select your preferred candidate for the 2019 Board. There are seven candidates standing for five seats.   Below, Dr Quaderi explains why she should be elected to the CrossRef Board.   My background […]

That was then but this is now… #OAWeek – Part 2

Yesterday I wrote about our history of providing an independent, neutral source for the world’s most influential journals, books, proceedings and data repositories, spanning more than 50 years. Like Eugene Garfield, we value what scientists and scholars do and we honor their commitment and dedication to their institutions and their colleagues. A vital research activity […]

Easing the Path to Access OA Content for Researchers – Part 1

This week marks the 10th anniversary of ‘International Open Access Week,’ and this year’s observance carries a thought-provoking theme: “Open in order to….” This is in itself an open-ended statement which urges us all to focus on what Open Access (OA) really enables, and how we can further enable OA. Clarivate Analytics is not a […]