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@StratusEvent @NatureNews hopefully we will see more reputable #OpenAccess publishers and less predatory journals in a more mature ecosystem
Open access: toward the internet of the mind | Australian Policy Online https://t.co/s65w9sS0yC
recommended #openaccess #OA
20 Years of Persistent Identifiers – Which Systems are Here to Stay?
https://t.co/OoUSbZm210 @datacite #openaccess #datascience
This IS completely false the press uses social media pics w/o permission all the time. #FairUse
@telormac We use photos that are released to the press by D.C. Police. We are unable to use photos from social media pages w/o permission.
Help! Someone Copied My Stuff! https://t.co/7IGoNYrmbJ #copyrights #copyrightinfringement #fairuse
Astonished that, despite citation, this source replicates so much of the WSJ's paywalled editorial. Are #fairuse boundaries changing?
Wall Street Journal editorial attacks Trump's credibility https://t.co/nL5w5UgzRK via @jmestepa
What constitutes valuable #scholarship? The use of #altmetrics in promotion and #tenure. https://t.co/1R7OH2qVXo
Attending #SCMS17 today? Find out how #altmetrics can be used to track the online attention your work is receiving: https://t.co/L4UweR0Z0G
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