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OpenMethods Oct 12
NEW on OpenMethods: is writing about a reading and tool that helps become truly . Tomorrow we're going to reveal new details -in a new format on OpenMethods, stay tuned!
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TripleEU Sep 21
’s project coordinator is now talking about “Managing Multilingualism at a European Scale: The Example of TRIPLE Project” at the workshop on in at
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Janne Pölönen Oct 21
To fully benefit society, science needs to be communicated in many languages! Multilingual publishing in the social sciences and humanities: A seven‐country European study:
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Erzsébet Tóth-Czifra Nov 28
Our article about is out! It's been a pleasure, my dear , thanks a lot for all your work on it!
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OpenMethods Jun 29
Dear Followers, we are proud to introduce you our new Editorial Team member, Alíz Horváth ()! You can read about her many contributions to here:
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Janne Pölönen Nov 2
"It’s important to expand the languages in which research is published." "The scientific community also needs to acknowledge and embrace work published "! Great post ! See on in
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OpenMethods Mar 23
Hot off the press: on 's blog today you can read about how our NERD and plugins help the discoverability of content! Read the post in French below or a related content in English:
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DOAJ: Directory of Open Access Journals Jul 29
Don't miss this! A free event to discuss the challenges and opportunities of the dissemination of knowledge , particularly content. 2020 Workshop Multilingualism
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Jen Gibson Sep 21
Just signed the Helsinki Initiative statement on multilingualism in . can have a greater impact on local communities if it's accessible in local languages
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Peter Suber Dec 9
I just signed the Helsinki Initiative on Multilingualism in Scholarly Communication, and hope you will too.
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Maciej Maryl 20 Nov 19
On this very day in Brussels we formally established as a legal entity (International Association under Belgian Law)! It's another step towards strengthening community and providing transnational services for scholars
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Luc Boruta 6 Nov 19
The slides for the workshop on "Observing the long tail of research: , " are now online:
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DORA Apr 30
The Helsinki Initiative has three tenets to recognize multilingualism in scholarly work. This includes the promotion of language diversity in research assessment, evaluation, and funding systems. More:
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OPERAS Sep 20
Join the Workshop on today at with Delfim Leão, , , and many more. Learn more about in scholarly communication.
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TripleEU Nov 3
Next speaker at conference is from who talks about " in the ", presenting the results of a survey among researchres, translators and publishers worldwide, with a focus on .
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Christina Lenz Sep 21
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Susanna Fiorini Jun 23
📢Hey fellow ! launches a survey to design a platform aimed to foster in scholarly communication. Just 5 minutes to answer & help shaping a model for ! Can you help? Link in the tweet ⬇️
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TCPSR Jan 15
Helsinki Initiative supports the idea we discuss and spread Open Sciences in Chinese.
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OPERAS Sep 15
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Luc Boruta Jul 15
Thanks for mentioning our work! My DMs are always open, and here's a link to my slides from the workshop: . I'll plug the Helsinki Initiative on Multilingualism in Scholarly Communication, too: .
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