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Stevan Harnad
Canada Research Chair
Université du Quebec Montréal

Email: 
harnad@uqam.ca
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Most frequently used terms in this author's articles (ordered by total usage / articles): "archives", "research", "rae", "open access", "metadata", "repositories", "licence", "search technology", "dissemination", "copyright". See interactive data charts for more details on all tags associated with this author.

Profile last updated: 
January 2005

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Number of Ariadne articles written (or co-written) by this author: 4.

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Fast-Forward on the Green Road to Open Access: The Case Against Mixing Up Green and Gold

Stevan Harnad provides a summary of his critique of Jean-Claude Guédon's views on the green and gold roads to Open Access.

issue42 January 2005

archives, bibliographic data, framework, information today, metadata, open access, repositories, research, search technology, standards, tagging, wellcome trust

Mandated Online RAE CVs Linked to University Eprint Archives: Enhancing UK Research Impact and Assessment

Stevan Harnad, Les Carr, Tim Brody and Charles Oppenheim make a case for maximising the advantages and the UK's pre-eminence in the Research Assessment Exercise.

issue35 April 2003

accessibility, archives, arl, british library, copyright, data, database, dissemination, eprints, gnu, higher education, information today, licence, loughborough university, metadata, rae, research, romeo, search technology, semantic web, software, url

Minotaur: A Comparison of Six Proposals for Freeing the Refereed Literature Online

Stevan Harnad argues for the self-archiving alternative.

issue28 June 2001

archives, copyright, eprints, interoperability, licence, metadata, research, software, university of southampton, url

The Paper House of Cards (And Why It's Taking So Long to Collapse)

In our previous issue, Fytton Rowland defended the continuation of print research journals into the networked age. Here, Stevan Harnad presents a different case.

issue8 March 1997

archives, association of research libraries, dissemination, dublin core, elsevier, ftp, hefce, higher education, information society, institute of physics, library association, licence, massachusetts institute of technology, multimedia, research, search technology, university of cambridge, university of southampton, url
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