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Find, cite, share, and follow blog articles from credentialed scholars in your field of study
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Share your research and scholarship with a global community of researchers
Leverage our enriched blog metadata to conduct corporate and government research
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The ACI Scholarly Blog Index cleverly applies the virtues and strengths of traditional bibliographic control to this new frontier of scholarly communication.
The results are impressive and worthy of notice by students and researchers at all levels.
By carefully curating and selecting material for inclusion based on the credentials of its author (and checking that material for factual accuracy), the index provides value-added, secure access to important material that might otherwise remain limited to specialist in-groups and lost to a wider academic readership.
Selections from the ACI Blog
Library Journal recently published a review of the ACI Scholarly Blog Index, with the reviewer concluding that ACI is “recommended as a useful tool for academic libraries”.
The fall semester is now back in full swing, and blog authors in the ACI Scholarly Blog Index are blogging on everything from departmental grants and publish-or-perish debates to the best new e-learning tools and classroom instruction strategies. With blogs covering...
In last week’s ACI blog post, we discussed the steps you can take when you’re receiving too many results in your ACI search. In today’s post, we’ll look at the strategies that will assist you when you’re not getting enough search results.
This ACI post is the first of two blog posts that will assist you with search results relevancy. In today’s post, we’ll look at the steps you can take when you’re getting too many – or too many irrelevant – search results.
When most people think of the term primary source, they think of those firsthand resources affiliated with a historical event, experience, or expression, but it also applies to recent and modern-day works and digital scholarly records.
Since more than 2 million researchers have set up ORCID profiles, chances are pretty good that you’re at least somewhat familiar with ORCID. Scholars around the world have set up ORCID profiles containing information, and/or links to, their publications,...