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February 20, 2009

Uses of ticTOCs data

February 20, 2009

The following are examples of people using the data collected by ticTOCs in various ways:Roy Tennant refactored his peer-reviewed journals site to include RSS feeds, thanks to the ticTOCs service:(try searching, and in the results see RSS links).This is made possible through his use of the simple tab-delimited text file that contains all of the titles, ISSNs and feed URIs ...

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February 11, 2009

100 bloggers can't be wrong

February 11, 2009

See this post about the 100 bloggers who have written about ticTOCs since it's launch.Roddy MacLeodticTOCs Management ...

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February 09, 2009

ticTOCs in Czech magazine "Ikaros"

February 09, 2009

ticTOCs is featured in the the latest issue of the Czech magazine ...

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February 08, 2009

ticTOCs in eLucidate

February 08, 2009

Nice to see that ticTOCs is featured in the most recent issue of eLucidate (available to ...

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February 03, 2009

The ticTOCs Project document archive is now available

February 03, 2009

The ticTOCs wiki is now ...

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January 30, 2009

Nice to see ticTOCs in the JISC News

January 30, 2009

ticTOCS. Search less. Get more. Stay ...

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January 25, 2009

Answers to post-it questions at Macclesfield Cluster meeting

January 25, 2009

Here are the questions and answers about the ticTOCs project, from the post-its beside the project poster.1. Is ticTOCs specific to a particular domain?  No, ticTOCs covers all subject areas and will be of interest to all researchers.2. How are you going to take this further - Offering as a service? ticTOCs is currently available as a free service. ...

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January 21, 2009

ticTOCs celebrates 2,000th registration

January 21, 2009

In only six weeks since it's launch, ticTOCs has had 2,000 people register for the service.  This is doubly impressive when you realise that you don't ned to register to use much of the service.  You can find journal tables of contents, view tables of contents, link to the full text (where your subscriptions or Open Acces allow), export ...

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January 18, 2009

Normal service is resumed

January 18, 2009

What can I say?Yesterday, I left the computer connected to Emerge, and then spent the day in the pub.  Today, I wake up and find that whilst I was out, my 19 year old son wrote three scam posts to my blog.Well, let me tell you, he's been severely reprimanded, and his Mum's even halved his vodka allowance.  That'll ...

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January 12, 2009

ticTOCs - loads of people register in first month

January 12, 2009

ticTOCs, the Journal Tables of Contents Service, has had well over 1,000 people registering for the service in the last month!  You don't have to register in order to use the free service, find journal TOCs, view TOCs or export TOC feeds, but if you want to use ticTOCs on a regular basis to keep up-to-date with journal literature then ...

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