Jrnlnote January 2005 Archives by thread

Starting: Sat Jan 1 01:17:48 EST 2005
Ending: Sun Jan 30 22:47:38 EST 2005
Messages: 26

  1. The Special Case of Law Reviews   Stevan Harnad
  2. Invitation to MIT and Belgrade 2005; c/ba   IPSI-2005 MIT and Belgrade
  3. test message bionet.journals.note   Hormel Trappitus
  4. Keynote for January UK OA Meeting in Southampton 25-26 January   Stevan Harnad
  5. Nature on self archiving (fwd)   Stevan Harnad
  6. Press Release: Berlin-3 Open Access Conference, Southampton, Feb 28 - Mar 1 2005   Stevan Harnad
  7. ASBMB is Gold and (a fortiori) also Green   Stevan Harnad
  8. No subject   Georg Botz
  9. Enriching the Impact Regression Equation   Stevan Harnad
  10. Guide for the Perplexed: Re: UK Select Committee Inquiry   Stevan Harnad
  11. MAP OF THE PHILIPPINES   "Cunanan Maphouse CMH
  12. Evolving Publisher Copyright Policies On Self-Archiving   Stevan Harnad
  13. Please Don't Copy-Cat Clones NIH-12 Non-OA Policy!   Stevan Harnad
  14. Press release: An Open Access mandate for the UK   Stevan Harnad
  15. Nature on self archiving (fwd) [Corrected]   Stevan Harnad
  16. Open Access vs. NIH Back Access and Nature's Back-Sliding   Stevan Harnad
  17. Open-access proposal for the a2k treaty (fwd)   Stevan Harnad
  18. Attention OA repository maintainers (fwd)   Stevan Harnad
  19. PUBLICATION OF GOVERNMENT RESPONSE (fwd)   Stevan Harnad
  20. Institutional repositories and research assessment in the UK   Stevan Harnad
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  22. Open Access vs. NIH Back Access and Nature's Back-Sliding   Stevan Harnad
  23. Open Access vs. NIH Back Access and Nature's Back-Sliding   Stevan Harnad
  24. Critique of J-C Guedon's Serials Review article on Open Access   Stevan Harnad
  25. Open Access vs. NIH Back Access and Nature's Back-Sliding   Stevan Harnad

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