Scipedia.com is an innovative platform that offers a comprehensive social-network-based solution to the specific needs of Open Science. Scipedia aims to connect researchers and facilitate them to share knowledge, expertise and the outcome of their work, by providing free publishing and open access services.
As a social network Scipedia.com includes different tools to facilitate discussion and the sharing of knowledge, such as discussion forums (associated with all documents published), thematic groups, or internal messaging.
As a publishing platform, Scipedia.com offers leading-edge tools, including enriched web publishing, collaborative online edition tools, advanced support for documents/data/big-data repositories, etc.
Scipedia meets the requirements of the standard OAI-PMH protocol to ensure that the main aggregators and search engines harvest and index the published content.
Scipedia's BASIC hosting plan for congresses includes:
Additionally, Scipedia offers different paid services, which complete those included in the BASIC plan:
Besides the services for congresses, Scipedia.com offers additional possibilities for series of conferences. It allows creating a profile (i.e. a customized home page for the conference or organizing institution) and build an active community around it, thanks to the different social network tools of the platform. The conference profile will bring together the different proceedings of the series of conferences and will include a statistics page.
The profile of the series of conferences can be configured as a microsite within Scipedia.com. This allows to fully customize the aesthetics of the microsite, following the image of the organizing institution or conference.
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