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Exciting news! We are pleased to announce that @JPhysComms has been accepted into the Directory of #OpenAccess Journals @DOAJplus https://t.co/ZLBbFrjDYy
If you can't make our #openaccess book event for researchers on 23 April, fear not - it will be live streamed and you can follow #AcBookWeek and @SN_OAbooks for highlights. More: https://t.co/pUgtabIjF3 #author #phdchat
Estupenda noticia del @ConsMadrono en apoyo a la #cienciaabierta #OpenScience #openaccess #OpenData
El Consorcio Madroño firma una Declaración en apoyo a la Ciencia Abierta https://t.co/86bFl4d4hc
@katjaosljak mein gott, mein gott, hahahahahaaaa!
Čisto avtorsko pa - a to se sme? Objaviti @Delo fotko z navedbo - brez plačila? Z dovoljenjem, ali je to #fairuse?
Stolen art is my aesthetic #FairUse
In this workshop, you will learn how to support health care researchers to enhance the visibility of their publications. #bibliometrics #altmetrics #research #mpact
CEC1: Introduction to research metrics (bibliometrics and altmetrics) and researcher profiles? Are people reading your or your users research? If not why not? Find out how to reach colleagues and demonstrate that research from your organisation is influencing the outside world!
Looking forward to the UoM Enhancing Researcher Reach event on 4th May to find out more about using the internet for dissemination & engagement and understanding #altmetrics
#Altmetrics are increasingly being used in academia to measure research impact. But it does come with caveats, writes @ManuSaunders #ecrchat https://t.co/ZS3GIJdTNs
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