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💫Kelsey Merkley 💫 18 Oct 17
The policing of the open movement vs vs language drives me crazy.
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Sharon E. Farb Nov 12
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Atenea DeLaCruzBrito Sep 21
Dear Sci-Hub Thank you for allowing me to access many articles that were crucial in completing my thesis 😀
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Lucy Montgomery Sep 17
Our book is being featured by . For those of you interested in how 13 academics were wrangled into producing one co-authored book in a single (intense) week check it out:
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Ana Brandusescu Aug 10
Job alert! is looking for a Program Officer to play a critical role in pushing forward a new vision for the Education Team, with a focus on the movement. Location: San Francisco or remote.
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Dr Sara Thomas Jul 12
Ok folks. In honour of it being 's AGM this weekend, I'm crowd sourcing an -themed spotify playlist. Submissions are now open. Tweet at me!
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Hack Belgium Feb 28
. invites you to its annual and conference gathering industry, research, government and citizen stakeholders on March 12 in LLN. ★ Get 20% discount with the "OPENWEDNESDAY" Code ★ (only today)
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Tobias Wenzel Sep 24
Well done . How encouraging to collaborate with a publisher who is truly committed to the values of and .
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Luigi Catalani Oct 16
“The Endowment is not just a practical way to support says “My gift represents a commitment to the ideals of - and to the long-term importance of sources that benefit people around the world”.
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dr t s Beall Mar 15
Want to help with its gender gap? Learn how to edit Wiki? We'll be writing new entries on and other 'Strong Women of the Clydeside' – Next Thurs 22nd March, 3-7pm in Glasgow. Join us!
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DOAJ (Directory of Open Access Journals) Jul 6
is now a member of the Creative Commons Global Network ().If you support the open sharing of knowledge and culture, why not become a member? It's open to individuals and organisations: We'll see you there!
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Sarven Capadisli Feb 8
Are people planning to contribute to aware of its anti- print-centric stance? It has topics but is not even close to following through. Predatory event working for ⁉️
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George Macgregor May 10
A great paper for highlighting the immense potential of -- << Wikidata: a platform for your library’s linked open data >>
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Liz Krane Nov 29
I'm pretty sure that about 80% of the knowledge in my brain over the last 16 years came from . (Can you believe they launched in 2001?!) So I just donated $20 to the Foundation, because yay & ! Donation page:
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Paola Masuzzo Jun 6
"The ability to pay no longer determines the ability to play", ❤️this statement from article . It is time we all start to build a world where knowledge creates power for the many, not the few .
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Dries Van Ransbeeck Jan 30
One of 's annual highlights is around the corner! On March 12th, 300 open enthusiasts will gather at to discuss the state of & in Belgium and beyond. I really hope to see you there! Programme & tickets:
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Srinivas Kodali Feb 16
To all people from . What does open mean to you? In india we're being dictated that personal data collected for digital id is open for anyone to access. personally feel word is being abused
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Jose Luis Vivero Pol May 10
The will be upscaled, shared and enriched through , , and
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Dr Juliet Ó Brien Jul 20
Allegory of the day: post-industrial capitalist consumerism, from simulation to simulacrum hyperreality; , call for books to return to browsables shelves & open stacks in university (& other public) libraries—as open educational resources—for ex. here at UBC
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