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Dynamic assessment of vocabulary #openaccess. Thanks @NicolaBotting
@WordAware @DrJennyG @ijlcd Oh sorry. Opens for me. Try the link to the abstract page. https://t.co/yv4I5Mz8Tc
Openness of academic publishers evaluated for the first time - Open Knowledge Finland https://t.co/ffqqrIOXTG #openaccess
Ectopic Beats: How Many Count? #Cardiology #Heart #Health #MedEd #OpenAccess https://t.co/U0sBCpNMIz
The Empire Strips Back: how a Star Wars parody took the burlesque world by storm https://t.co/STEl80uYTH (thanks to #fairuse) #copyright
*treats entire community like shit*
Everybody must just be jealous that I have more subs than them
Good to know.
I am reminded of "Fair Use: The Story of the Letter U and the Numeral 2" in a sort of sideways comparison.
Sure, but remember it’s BAD legal advice:
Copyright is really more of a SUGGESTION. Everything’s fair use if it’s on the internet. https://t.co/8h9i89ABTF
I'm slowly replacing my dotcom Wordpress blog with posts to a static site. (I like owning my files.) But does this mean that I'm bypassing #altmetrics when I write about scholarly articles? Should I care?
and while you're listening (or just #altmetrics follower), but clearly interested in https://t.co/OjQpxSWMeT, make sure to also read https://t.co/skbs2C0BBp
In uscita 😉 #researchassessment #bibliometrics #webmetrics #altmetrics #citationanalysis #Webofscience #Scopus #Googlescholar https://t.co/2YdiKmL4eZ
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