Driving Science Information Discovery in the Digital Age

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Driving Science Information Discovery in the Digital Age
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The development of new information technologies has transformed the creation, sharing, dissemination, and discoverability of scientific information. New forms of scientific publishing and media have shifted the ways in which scientific communication takes place, creating a sea change in the flow of scientific information. There is now intense competition to make scientific information more visible and discoverable, and great pressure on researchers to increase the impact of research. Specialized indexing services and search engines, for example, attempt to intuit what users are looking for and, using artificial intelligence and machine learning, these agents are anticipating the information needs of the user. Driving Scientific Information Discovery in the Digital Age examines the complex mechanisms involved in scientific information discovery. The book consists in three intertwined threads: discovering, managing and using scientific information; making scientific information discoverable; and enhancing discoverability. This title gives readers insight into the mechanisms involved in scientific information discovery. The book shows in a clear way how scientific information is processed and how researchers and information specialists can make research more visible and discoverable, and thereby increase research impact. Shows researchers how scientific information is processed, and how it can be made more discoverable Presents the mechanisms involved in scientific information discovery in a systematic and clear way Considers scientific information from three related perspectives: the user, the publisher, and the author Lays out the latest techniques used by specialized indexing services and search engines to process scientific information Helps researchers, and information specialists, increase impact by making research more discoverable

Driving Science Information Discovery in the Digital Age

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