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eLIBRARY.RU – is one of the largest Russian digital libraries of scientific publications, which has a huge search capabilities and information receipt.
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CyberLeninka – is a scientific electronic library, in which spaces scientific articles published in journals of Russia and abroad are posted. CyberLeninka exports all its metadata in open repositories of scientific information. The aim of the library is to promote science and research activities, public control of quality of scientific publications, development of interdisciplinary research, actualization of modern institute of the scientific review, as well as increase of Russian science citation.
Google Scholar is a search engine of author's scientific publications in which ranking of results for given combinations is possible (by author's rating, by the number of references to the article, by rating of articles that refer to the article found, rating of journals, which have referring articles; journal's ranking, in which the found article is posted).
CrossRef – is an international registry of scientific and information materials based on DOI technology. The main task of CrossRef is organization of user's access to primary publications, containing scientific content, and promoting teamwork of publishers. CrossRef uses DOI technology of open systems standards and is also the official DOI registration agency for educational and professional scientific publications.
WorldCat - is the world's largest electronic bibliographic catalogue, which includes more than 240 million records containing information about existing numerous writings storing in libraries around the world.
Bielefeld Academic Search Engine (BASE) is a German search service, which is the most powerful supplier of actual data on scientific publications of scientists in Europe.
Ulrich's Periodicals Directory is the largest data base of such US publishing office as Bowker. In the present base a flow of serial (periodic and non-periodic) publications (popular and scientific journals) all over the world available on the thematic areas of life activity is described. The directory is relevant for research institutions in conducting research work on the analysis of the global flow of serials, as well as in reference and information work and while selection of input of both periodic and serial publications.
The “Socionet” system provides requestdb of online publications on social sciences (economics, sociology, political sciences, legal sciences, psychology, philosophy, history, population science). Socionet is the Russian partner of RePEc.
The idea of the project is to create the infrastructure of open access and interoperable data (repositories) with different content in order to use it in the scientific environment and media industry, as well as by anyone who uses the Internet.
The Open Archives Initiative develops and promotes interoperability standards that aim to facilitate the efficient dissemination of content. The Open Archives Initiative has its roots in an effort to enhance access to e-print archives as a means of increasing the availability of scholarly communication.
Open Archives Initiative Protocol for Metadata Harvesting (OAI-PMH) is a low-barrier mechanism for repository interoperability. Data Providers are repositories that expose structured metadata via OAI-PMH. Service Providers then make OAI-PMH service requests to harvest that metadata. OAI-PMH is developed by the Open Archives Initiative.
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