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Emily Taylor 19h
Back in the office after night flight back to humid midwest, and keeping the cool bay breeze and wisdom and nuance of @aupresses18 and colleagues in mind, bringing big ideas back to the day-to-day.
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Katie Luu Jun 19
Hannah Gotwals: “We should be treating data with the same care with which we treat our articles.”
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Katie Kaefer Jun 19
I was very honored to chair an panel on Scholarly Journal Publishing in the Age of Alternative Facts. The presentations were thorough, the conversation was supportive, & we found a way to discuss something that has been hurting our nation for a while.
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ToriGiftsandKpop 15h
Rainy days are great for writing! Come check out our endless supply of
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카세린 🌸 Jun 19
Hi! I'm selling customized journals 💜 Legit seller since 2017. See this thread for FAQs and proofs 😊
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Nikhil Medhekar Jun 16
"Sucking carbon dioxide from air is cheaper than scientists thought"
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JenniferWolkinPhD Jun 17
Since I’m under the weather+don’t want to get the gang sick:staying away from dad’s day activities but, wanting to Netflix, drink tons of tea/water, +submit poetry. What are open for subs? I’ve got -inclined, micro-poetry, v vulnerable identity work!
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Affaire de Coeur 59m
Perfect for your writing with the Pambling Roads Journals. My Florida Journal, tidbits, trivia Features one side for drawings, sketches, or pasting personal pictures, the other side lined for notes or journal writing!
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Katie Luu Jun 19
Hannah Gotwals on why we need supplementary material! Looking at data availability policies for journals like THE REVIEW OF ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS and using Harvard’s Dataverse.
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Heart and Soul Homeschooling 23h
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Neuroscience Jun 19
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The Wildlife Society Jun 19
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Katie Kaefer Jun 18
We’re talking Scholarly Journal Publishing in the Age of at 3:30 in the Fountain Room as part of programming. I hope you’ll consider joining me, , , & in discussing this important & timely topic!
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Katie Luu Jun 18
We’re talking about reaching non-traditional journal audiences in the 10:45 am Journals session! Join us in the Fountain Room.
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Katie Kaefer Jun 18
I’m excited for the programming today from the Journals Committee, including ’s Reaching Non-Traditional Audiences, ’s Ask A Journal Editor, and my Scholarly Journal Publishing in the Age of Alternative Facts!
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John Bustard Jun 18
Panelists (editors) Gary Akehurst, Dimitrios Buhalis, Diane Dredge and Graham Miller discuss the opportunities and challenges of publishing in and the current
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alternperspec 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 Jun 18
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Printsbooks Jun 17
A big shout out to all the amazing , who burn the midnight oil to provide us with journals, that are nothing less than troves for us!
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Nano Statistics Jun 17
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PhDStudent Jun 16
In the US, taxes fund at public universities. Why then do you need to pay expensive, for-profit for the results of that research? advocates for a new, open-access relationship between the public and scholars
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