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MJA online exclusive: Primum non nocere: rethinking our policies on out-of-home care in Australia https://t.co/73AlA3JHYw #openaccess
"Re-envisioning a future in scholarly communication" that is sustainable and beneficial to scholars and companies.
This looks like exciting work being done on #openaccess!
New announcement from @RWJF on 6 new grants to promote open access to research https://t.co/qNxHxEcAoX
Fair use: Wikipedia targets Australians in bid to change the law https://t.co/lCW2RWWjJW via @canberratimes #fairuse
The allegation that #fairuse is what allows tech companies to collect and sell personal data is so utterly false, so devious, I'm shaking.
'None of the reported concerns withstand any level of intelligent scrutiny' @HaddockKate neatly disposes of humbug https://t.co/Wv1WJ0gKcN
How adopting #FairUse in Australia benefits Wikipedians everywhere. https://t.co/7mNWTXl3jE #FairCopyrightOz Via @Wikimedia
TOMORROW @altmetric introductory #webinar covering the basics of #altmetrics https://t.co/8bxNFyOgaV
The Evolution of Current #Research #Impact #Metrics: From #Bibliometrics to #Altmetrics?
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