[open-science] Services owned / operated by Elsevier

Michael Svendsen misv at kb.dk
Sun Apr 30 19:18:27 UTC 2017

...to continue this investigation of services operated by the big E, it could be of interest to know, which HEI have buy-ins on their product side.

From University of Copenhagen/University Library, DK, we at least talk:

- Pure, Science Direct, SCIVal, Scopus, Mendeley + various discipline-specific databases and licenses to E-owned content.

What do you think? Could we crowdsource and visualize the landscape?

Best regards,

Michael Svendsen
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From: Kramer, B.M.R. (Bianca) <b.m.r.kramer at uu.nl<mailto:b.m.r.kramer at uu.nl>>
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Hi Ulrich,

As part of our 101 Innovations in Scholarly Communication<https://101innovations.wordpress.com/> project, we mapped  Elsevier products/services against the different phases of the research workflow<http://innoscholcomm.silk.co/page/Elsevier>.  It shows how strategic their acquisitions are - to encompass a complete ecosystem. You can find this here<http://innoscholcomm.silk.co/page/Workflows>, along with other (company) workflows.

kind regards,
Bianca Kramer and Jeroen Bosman

101 Innovations in Scholarly Communication<https://101innovations.wordpress.com/outcomes/>
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Subject: [open-science] Services owned / operated by Elsevier

Dear all,

in preparation of a talk I will give in Linz (Austria) I am trying to find out which science-related services are owned by Elsevier. I published a list of the services known to me here: https://www.scinoptica.com/2017/04/the-elsevier-empire-which-services-belong-to-it/

It would be a great help if you could add other services missing on the list using the blog comments, email or twitter...

Thanks a lot, best regards


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