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OpenAIRE Workshop on Impact Measurement of #OpenAccess >> Oslo, 14 February 2017. + info: https://t.co/09NYqzj6pP https://t.co/ZzExRnXkRN
New post: #Openaccess and the Issue of Quality: Beall or not to Beall https://t.co/QkkgScTFGi https://t.co/7pdGXOm7PS
Can scientists & their institutions become their own #openaccess publishers? Institutional #Repositories role
This Fredrik Colting clown is giving us Swedes a bad name. Is this fair use? Clearly not. #copyrightlawyer #fairuse https://t.co/pJXzeRktQ7
I liked a @YouTube video from @ramb0scorner https://t.co/EBf8kQHAk1 1316 Killer doesnt understand #FairUse
I liked a @YouTube video from @ramb0scorner https://t.co/Gv67xAI1hX 1316 Killer doesnt understand #FairUse
#altmetricks and #altmetrics are fighting!
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Diet, human mortality and exercise are the most popular themes in health science journal articles https://t.co/hLMy78rohS HT @JAMA_current
The Benefits of #Twitter for Scientists» #AmericanScientist #ScholarlyCommunications #Altmetrics
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