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OASIcs vol. 57 published #openaccess: Proc. 17th Int'l Workshop on Worst-Case Execution Time Analysis (WCET 2017) - https://t.co/af8z5MEXTa
The World Psychiatric Association’s “Bill of Rights”: A curious contribution to human rights https://t.co/7mzv1nLJKr @olewis75 #openaccess
@marcuslemonis spends more time answering questions about Gander locations than a CEO should be req'd to #OpenAccess #RareCEO #Respect
@DeidreMakes #Cookingforcopyright was re. libraries & unpub'd collections https://t.co/HOgbgsubTz The others are pro & con @ozprodcom prop. for #FairUse
@DrunkenUncle_ @paulcristo I seriously hope you win the copyright dispute. Fucking dumbasses... #fairuse #FreeSpeech
@tserong @faircopyrightoz Yup! I've yet to see anyone arguing against #FairUse for Aus give a single actual e.g. of royalties they currently receive which would stop
@FrontiersIn has Altmetrics at article and author level, built in for every paper and every user. #altmetrics #openaccess
SOURCES for alternative metrics. Note- Two of these companies now owned by Elsevier. #oai10
Altmetric: what it is and why it matters - @Animate_Science explain all in their awesome new infographic https://t.co/Ar0dhdyNMM #altmetrics
#oai10 Costas: 4 approaches in #socialmedia #altmetrics studies
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