Issue 51 (december 2023)



Editors’ letter || Miquel Térmens Graells, Jordi Sánchez-Navarro
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TRIBUNE. Monograph in ‘BID’ on data webs and knowledge graph || Miquel Centelles Velilla
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Content curation on social media of Ibero-American information and documentation journals || Jesús Cascón-Katchadourian, Wileidys Artigas, Javier Guallar
[ Catalan text | Spanish text | English abstract ]

Investigating SEO from social sciences: scoping review || Carlos Lopezosa, Lluís Codina, Cristòfol Rovira
[ Catalan text | Spanish text | English abstract ]

Faculty attitudes toward Open Access publishing: library-led action and outreach || Zach Welhouse, Michael Boock
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Editors: Miquel Térmens and Jordi Sánchez Navarro

Direction: Núria Ferran and  Candela Ollé

Coordination of the monographic: Miquel CentellesDaniele Metilli

Scientific edition: Jordi Ardanuy and Alexandre López-Borrull

Editorial board: Lluís Agustí, Jordi Ardanuy, Llorenç Arguimbau, Alexandre López-Borrull, Remedios Melero, Rafael Pedraza, Mario Pérez-Montoro, Remei Perpinyà, Fernanda Peset, Josep-Manuel Rodríguez-Gairín, Concepción Rodríguez Parada, Anna Rubió, Pedro Rueda Ramírez, Jesús Tramullas, Aurora Vall and Mercè Vázquez

Edition: Sandra Sanz, Aurora Vall, Mari Vállez and Mercè Vázquez

Editorial production: Serveis Lingüístics de la UB (linguistic assistance), Jorge Franganillo (header image), Maria Brioso and Eduard Vilagrosa (edició en HTML), Adán Server (metadata)

Technological development: Josep Manuel Rodríguez Gairín and Sergi Chávez   •   Comments   •   All papers published in BiD are subject to a Creative Commons license


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