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Jacintha Ellers of @VUamsterdam shows #OpenAccess publishing increases #inequity https://t.co/XmGsYa84Mt (ping @HealthPromInt)
'Conversation Analysis of Repair & Interaction: Adults w/ #AcquiredHI' #OpenAccess #Research #viaFAC https://t.co/O35TO3680Y
F1000 to help launch open access publishing platform for South African researchers https://t.co/1e1BmGAoce #earlycareerresearchers #openaccess #africanresearchers #openresearch
Grade 1 explores responsible use images today for their non-fiction writing. #fairuse via https://t.co/CPMZwiex2R
Stolen art is my aesthetic #FairUse
Per *TVEyes*. #transformative #newinsights #fairuse
per TV Eyes, Franken mentioned 346 on CNN, only 239 times on Fox News – but cool tweet.
@SusannaNykyri Here's one of my takes about #altmetrics: If something scores a 0, you can't tell if it hasn't been read, if it's an unpopular/worthless topic, or it just hasn't been hawked by the mass media. Am I right or not?
Find use cases for incorporating #altmetrics into your workflows on https://t.co/8KTAkRTAAF
How social media can affect medical research priorities. Must read for the #altmetrics crowd.
Noteworthy—A Lost Decade in Multiple Sclerosis #MS
So much to be learned from a kooky idea -> the "liberation procedure" and what it liberated in modern times
@JAMANeuro today https://t.co/OGENw4g1Hs
@ptullis @NYTmag @hoomankamel @NatureNews 4
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