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ORBi Open Repository and Bibliography (311.807 recursos)

In may 2007, the ULg's Administrative Board (joined in June 2007 by the FUSAGx) decided to create an institutional repository and defined a strong institutional self-archiving policy to increase the visibility, accessibility and impact of the University's publications (Board's decision). This decision led to the official launch, in November 2008, of the ORBi platform including both the Academic Bibliography and the Institutional Repository of the Wallonia-Europe University Academy.

Social & behavioral sciences, psychology => Library & information sciences

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  1. Bioinformatics: A brief review of resources on the Web

    O'Grady, Tina

  2. Postdoctoral scholars: a forgotten library constituency?

    O'Grady, Tina; Beam, P. S.
    Peer reviewed

  3. Postdoctoral scholars: a forgotten library constituency?

    O'Grady, Tina; Beam, P. S.
    Peer reviewed

  4. Science needs a break !

    Rentier, Bernard
    OA is a "juste cause". It is supporting basic human rights, the rights to knowledge, education and wellness. It is a real democratic and sharing approach to science. If Green OA is the easy, efficient (if well enforced and cheap route to a forced obsolescence of the traditional mode of scientific communication, only "True Gold" Public OA will bring full access to both publishing and reading to the whole World, rather than the small fraction of it who could afford to read scientific literature so far and who will be allowed to express themselves in an APC-Gold era. However the...

  5. Fueling the research engine: improving library outreach and services to postdoctoral researchers

    O'Grady, Tina; Beam, P
    Peer reviewed

  6. Framing the clinical question: a collaboration to enhance data warehouse user education

    Anderson, E; O'Grady, Tina
    Peer reviewed

  7. Survival and success beyond grad school: improving library services to postdoctoral researchers

    McCrillis, A; Vieira, D; Beam, P; O'Grady, Tina
    Peer reviewed

  8. Entrez and BLAST: Precision and Recall in Searches of NCBI Databases

    O'Grady, Tina
    Peer reviewed

  9. The University of Edinburgh Library and Collections : un modèle pour l’ULiège ? Analyse post Knowledge Exchange Week

    Desseilles, François

  10. L'Open Access en Belgique francophone du côté du droit et des juristes: bientôt une réalité ?

    Desseilles, François; Thys, Laurence
    Peer reviewed

  11. Conclusion

    Thirion, Paul

  12. Le Fonds Weissenbruch, une histoire de l'imprimé rejoint la sphère numérique : nouveaux outils, nouvelles méthodes, nouvelles recherches ?

    Simon, Stéphanie
    La numérisation a été intégrée comme une composante à part entière de l'intégration du Fonds Weissenbruch dans les Bibliothèques de l'Université de Liège. La mise en ligne des documents d'archives de ce fonds, via DONum, ouvre de nouvelles perspectives de recherche. La présente communication fait le point sur les objectifs de la numérisation, les outils développés et envisage quelques pistes de nouvelles exploitations.

  13. Les bibliothèques et l'enseignement. Le cas particulier de l'information literacy

    Pochet, Bernard; Thirion, Paul
    The contributions of libraries in teaching and learning in universities are multiple: it is the information literacy, it is the access to scientific information, recent and of quality, it is working and learning infrastructures, it is also multiple services and supports for teachers and teaching. This presentation will focus more particularly on the first component with the ULiege Library's Information Literacy Working Group. This working group has been tasked for 5 years with coordinating the offer of training courses (cadastre of courses and trainings, organization of transversal training for doctoral students...) and to put in coherence and formalize the objectives and...

  14. Un manuscrit du fonds Weissenbruch : organiser une bibliothèque, organiser les savoirs autour de 1760

    Decoster, Sara

  15. Promoting the Open science culture in university libraries of developing countries: case studies of the French-speaking universities of Belgium cooperation programs in the Global South

    Brodkom, Frédéric; Pochet, Bernard
    The ARES-CCD (formerly CUD) is the French-speaking universities and high-school of Belgium Commission for the Cooperation to Development. With an annual budget of 31 M€ fully dedicated to the academic development of actually 19 universities of North and Central Africa, South-East Asia, Western South America and Greater Antilles, this commission brings together volunteers of the academic, scientific and administrative staffs of our universities. Since 2000, librarians are strongly involved in this project with the aim to develop partner’s libraries, to improve their infrastructures and operations, to facilitate their access to documentary resources and to strengthen their librarians' skills. Given the important...

  16. Promoting the Open science culture in university libraries of developing countries: case studies of the French-speaking universities of Belgium cooperation programs in the Global South

    Brodkom, Frédéric; Pochet, Bernard
    The ARES-CCD (formerly CUD) is the French-speaking universities and high-school of Belgium Commission for the Cooperation to Development. With an annual budget of 31 M€ fully dedicated to the academic development of actually 19 universities of North and Central Africa, South-East Asia, Western South America and Greater Antilles, this commission brings together volunteers of the academic, scientific and administrative staffs of our universities. Since 2000, librarians are strongly involved in this project with the aim to develop partner’s libraries, to improve their infrastructures and operations, to facilitate their access to documentary resources and to strengthen their librarians' skills. Given the important...

  17. Enhancing CIDOC - CRM and compatible models with the concept of multiple interpretation

    Van Ruymbeke, Muriel; Van Ruymbeke, Muriel; Hallot, Pierre; Hallot, Pierre; Billen, Roland; Billen, Roland
    Peer reviewed

  18. Enhancing CIDOC - CRM and compatible models with the concept of multiple interpretation

    Van Ruymbeke, Muriel; Hallot, Pierre; Billen, Roland
    Peer reviewed

  19. Managing and authenticating non-institutional users in Alma: two experiences

    Brownlie, Helen; De Groof, Robert; Renaville, François
    The management of patron information within Alma is primarily reliant on two systems – the creation and updating of patron information by an external system such as student management or HR systems or internally within Alma itself. A recent survey of the Alma community indicated the majority of institutions utilize a mixture of these external and internal processes. In addition to providing access to affiliated staff and students more than 89% of institutions responded that they provided user accounts to non-affiliated users such as the general public, members of other academic institutions, alumni, etc. Providing authenticated access to library services...

  20. Content Working Group Report 2016-2017

    Renaville, François; Varjabedian, Kathy
    Report on the activities in 2016-2017 of the Content Working Group (previously Knowledge Base Advisory Board [KBAB]).

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