Removed Routledge free humanities monographs, following the 31st of May expiry of their generous offer.
Papers of the Machine Intelligence Research Institute (AI)
Urban Pamphleteer (urban renewal and change)
Fulltext of all major repositories at New Zealand universities, plus the repository of the University of Tasmania, Australia.
Fulltext of the repository of the European University Institute.
Fulltext of the Skemman repository, the unified repository for Icelandic universities and academies.
Fulltext of the repository at Virginia Tech.
MDPI journals added to JURN. There has been controversy about this publisher in the past, I know, but I note that…
* their journals are currently in the DOAJ — which has strict acceptance criteria, and which had a clear-out of dubious journals in 2013.
* I find Bealle’s evidence flimsy (he recently included MDPI on his List). MDPI are said to be pushy about getting editors onto boards; use pushy email marketing to authors; and a questionable paper very occasionally slips through. But the same could be said of Elsevier, and seems ‘par for the course’ in terms of big science publishing. It’s certainly not ideal, but it’s a structural problem with science publishing, and as such does not seem a good enough reason to deny searchers the chance to find and evaluate MDPI’s articles.
* I further note that respected OA advocate Peter Suber is still listed as on the board of their Publications journal.
Sudan Open Archive (repository).
Fulltext at DigitalCollections repository @ SIT Graduate Institute.
Fulltext at DiVA repository at Uppsala University.
Pastoralism : Research, Policy and Practice (influence of policy on rangelands and livestock, consequent influence on ecologies)
Phyllomedusa : Journal of Herpetology (amphibians)
900 PDF reports and technology summaries from the Horizon Scanning Centre of the NHS National Institute for Health Research.