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From our sister resisters @SignsJournal a phenomenal #openaccess toolbox of Feminist Resources for #TheResistance https://t.co/qMTLXLLyoH
Announcing the 2017 Best Article winner from the International Journal of #LowCarbon Technologies! #OpenAccess https://t.co/Y7crhceEXK
The latest El Heraldo de Fujuria! https://t.co/Pf2XrkVzkh Thanks to @fumador1717 @vicorrito @Sobreperdonar #openaccess #odebrecht
Any #Lawyers that work with website #DMCA issues & #FairUse please get in touch with me reply to this tweet & I will get you my info
Stolen art is my aesthetic #FairUse
Yes, what use #fairuse or any other exception if it can be overridden by (often) unilaterally imposed licenses
Issued 6 months ago, but worth another look - hiow exceptions to © cannot be over-ridden by contracts in the UK https://t.co/jq2hifGkA9
Humanist or social scientist? Opinions (pro or con!) on #altmetrics? Please take this survey by @kfitz and me! https://t.co/vWqgxPCr0P
New post up on the Bibliomagician blog! #altmetrics https://t.co/npDcHRySyw
Find out about using metrics (inc #Altmetrics) as indicators of #researchquality, engagement & impact @JCULibrary https://t.co/FLYsmRJfPq
New blog post! The missing piece: using Altmetric to complete the puzzle - insights into analysing engagement: https://t.co/bvklfOlWuG
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