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WeometricsThe 16th Webometrics Ranking of Open Access Repositories has just been published!
This year sees the introduction of a new “Altmetrics” criterion, a visibility indicator (Academia, Facebook, LinkedIn, Mendeley, ResearchGate, Slideshare, Twitter, Wikipedia (all editions), Wikipedia (English edition); YouTube & Scribd), which now counts for 25% of the evaluation. Another new feature is the inclusion of scientific social network portals such as Researchgate and Academia.
HAL remains well placed as the 4th best portal, with HAL-SHS and HAL-Inria ranked 4th and 5th respectively among the top university repositories, and 8th and 10th in the World Ranking.
The ideal occasion to celebrate the progress made by HAL-SHS. 

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Webometrics Ranking of Open Access Repositories (2/12/15)  
The 16th Webometrics Ranking of Open Access Repositories has just been published! This year sees the introduction of a new “Altmetrics” criterion, a visibility indicator (Academia, Facebook, LinkedIn, Mendeley, ResearchGate, Slideshare, Twitter, Wikipedia (all editions), Wikipedia (English edition); YouTube & Scribd), which now counts for 25% of the evaluation. Another new feature is the …

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HAL V3 – innovations presented by the CCSD (Centre for Direct Scientific Communication) (7/1/14)  
HAL V3 is just around the corner: information for submitters (3/28/14)  
Visibility of open archives : HAL-Inria is increasing (3/6/14)  
AR 2013: significant growth in volume HAL submissions (2/25/14)  
Academia.edu and HAL : recommendations (2/20/14)  
Inria is getting closer to its objective of 100% of deposits in Hal (1/24/14)