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Definitely disagreeing too. #openscience #openaccess
As a woman on this list, I disagree. And I'm sure many others on the list feel the same way. https://t.co/d5S9nktrle
Go @Science_Open for making this great #scicomm concept: adding summary without jargon to research articles. #openaccess
If you have a spare 5 minutes today, add a non-specialist summary to your research papers and give them a boost! https://t.co/ytkfFaHjbv
#Openaccess databank of ancient DNA allws researchrs to investigate genetic & microbial changes over human evolution https://t.co/vteLhpKcVl
Always 👀 for exemplars 4 my workflow that accts 4 both #fairuse & Terms of Service/contract, but sad when find them https://t.co/t8YJR0Aaru
TOP 10 CONTROVERSIES IN ANIME!!! https://t.co/e33qUn5Nny via @YouTube
The pain is real.
#anime #controversy #fairuse
@StephenAtHome Any chance you know someone who could help #McMansionHell@tumblr with #fairuse and satire/education issues? #sendlegalhelp
You've heard of #altmetrics, but what about author-level metrics? Create your digital research footprint! https://t.co/VNiasBPZsC
@fnielsen with a so far low #altmetrics score, but read >12k and cited >100 times...
Our Director of Research & Education @skonkiel is experimenting w/ building a bot using @altmetric data! https://t.co/DetnjSAIca #altmetrics
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