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Sarven Capadisli Jun 6
Observing how academics are suddenly concerned about Microsoft's acquisition of GitHub, even though nothing particularly changed. Good that they are thinking about the ramifications of 3rd party controlled data/social services in any case.
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Keith Webster Apr 18
The model of by and has sparked a lot of attention. There is a nice list of 400 or more tools, and features on their interoperability at HT
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Bahar Mehmani 20h
would not be the same without it!
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ARTiFACTS.ai Aug 17
Sign up now for the Scholarly Information Applications for Blockchain virtual webinar Aug 27, 1PM EDT, with and :
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Anna (Ania) Moron Aug 17
The No-nonsense Guide to Research Support and Scholarly Communication by Claire Sewell | Waterstones
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SciELO Aug 16
Replying to @OPERASEU
SciELO in Perspective: "Conclusions of the international conference on Open Scholarly Communication hosted by EKT [Originally published on the EKT website in July/2018]"
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SciELO Aug 14
Replying to @RedeSciELO
SciELO in Perspective: "Towards universal open access? Why we need bibliodiversity rather than a 'silver bullet'"
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CCCULibrary Research Aug 13
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Justin Ahinon Aug 12
Enhancing scholarly communication through institutional repositories: salient issues and strategies by libraries in Nigeria.
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Marzena Świgoń Aug 10
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SciELO Aug 9
Replying to @LSEImpactBlog
SciELO in Perspective: "Book Review: Bit by Bit: Social Research in the Digital Age by Matthew J. Salganik [Originally published in in July/2018]"
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Sanghyun Baek Aug 2
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The Munin Conference Jul 19
Enjoying the last days of the midnight sun. Looking forward to the polar night and discussions about and at . 1 month left to send in your submissions: .
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Crossref Jul 17
The first in a series of five blogs for , sees Chrissie our Head of Comms talk about the origins of the DOI, how Crossref was founded & why we continue to exist and persist. “Why Crossref exists and persists”
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UCB Schol Comm Jul 16
. is hiring a Officer to continue their program supporting action around the rapidly changing system of scholarly publishing. Join us within the University of California libraries and consider applying! Specifics:
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Christine Fruin Jul 9
Excellent read from Scholarly publishing is broken. Here’s how to fix it.
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Sarven Capadisli Jun 18
Status quo: For-profit 3rd-party orgs are now controlling "Open" Science / (in EU). 6 o'clock news @ 11. They've always been. Nothing more than EU holding the system designed for the elite. What did you expect would happen?
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Dasha Herrmannova Jun 5
Excited to see ’s presentation on forecasting the emergence of research topics! Paper here:
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RRI Tools Jun 1
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CILIP May 22
Read a free sample chapter from 's latest release on the CILIP HE Hub (CILIP members get 20% off Facet titles too)
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