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James L. Smith
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Trinity Week 2h
Watch Paywall: The Business of Scholarship during and join in a discussion afterwards. Book here:
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Trinity Week 15h
Delighted with interest in , 3 events completely sold out! Book those tickets asap
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Join us for "The Hidden World of Academic Publishing" screening at . Spread the word:
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Shane Collins Apr 18
Great to see President elect plugging the series! Early Career Researchers vital in the move towards a more environment! See you there next week!
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Demmy Verbeke Apr 20
From now on, each time I get asked why I want to hire an Open Scholarship librarian, I’ll answer with a quote from : “What’s the role of the library in the 21st C if it is not facilitating open scholarship?”
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OpenLibHums Apr 19
: "Open Video and the Audiovisual Body", an Open Insights essay by Ben Spatz () editor of the videographic Journal of Embodied Research:
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Humanities Commons Apr 18
(1) Hello ! Anne Donlon () here, project manager for digital initiatives at . This presentation will cover why and how graduate students use to develop a public, online portfolio and scholarly digital presence.
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sam moore Apr 18
Revisiting the present future of scholarly communication: Bill Readings and the birth of online publishing
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Digital Repository Apr 18
“Curing the Pathologies of Academic Publishing” interesting talk on publishing hosted by part of Open Scholarship Taskforce's 'Unboxing Open Scholarship' series:
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James L. Smith Apr 18
Replying to @RisenVon
I just wanted to say thanks for this advice. It's really helped me download the kind of images I want/need for my project.
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James L. Smith Apr 18
This blew my mind.
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Helen Saunders Apr 18
We have now launched the latest Special Collection at ! Waste: Disposability, Decay, and Depletion is edited by Alice Burks and (of ).
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RHUL GeoHumanities Apr 15
*Deadline extended* commissions on “Mobility Variations” open til April 28th cc: see:
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Patrick Hayes Apr 17
Just published! The North Atlantic Fish Revolution (ca. AD 1500) sets out the major research themes and goals of the NorFish project!
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Borderlines XXIII Apr 2
The Borderlines 2019 Programme has been released. Check out the exciting range of papers set to be presented!
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Lough Derg Apr 17
The new two part documentary on The Three Day Pilgrimage filmed by during last year's pilgrimage season on will be aired on RTE ONE on Easter Monday, 22nd & 29th April, 7.30pm
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Lancaster DH Apr 17
Experimenting with the use of interactive digital storytelling in academia
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rebecca hiℓℓ Apr 15
Catching up on tweets, reflecting on what 'Decolonizing the Syllabus' looked like 15 years ago: showed up to my first training as a FT teacher in an LA South Central HS, 21 yo w/a Norton Anthology-esque lit syllabus. Our first day involved 8 hrs with a Nahuatl expert:
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Dr Lucy Allen Apr 15
A cathedral is built and rebuilt, over and over. That is how the faith behind it works, and that is why we mourn the spire that fell as the spire that stood for centuries.
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