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Our article on #SGPal published in COMSt Bulletin is in #OpenAccess :
.@storycenter I enjoyed participating in this great combination of #openaccess education and #digitalstorytelling! #dhsi2017 #DigPed #ds106
"There is definitely a kind of magic that exists in good storytelling." Digital Alchemy of #Storytelling https://t.co/IGKCuVDMXd #edchat
A good #research will be found and read. No matter the journal. #phdchat #openaccess #AcademicFreedom
"The research counts, not the journal!" Nobel Laureates speak out against impact factors
.@DailyMailAU might be entitled to do this under (c) act. But ppl concerned need to know #fairuse likely would make it even easier for them.
Appalling behaviour by @DailyMailAU - refusing to pay @GingerGorman for republishing parts of her work https://t.co/Rjx4viZoNU
How can a huge YT'r like lance stewart claim my video on a channel with just under 2k subs for making a COMMENTARY vid on him #fairuse #cunt
Même au @filaf_ on parle de #fairuse ! Ici, sur les fontes avec M Jacques André, auteur d'un livre sur l'histoire de la typographie.
Heading to #ALAAC17 today? Check out our practical guide to #altmetrics for Scholarly Communication Librarians https://t.co/fUHLwQcK5j
@McDawg @egonwillighagen @SSRN Countermeasures have been in place at @SSRN for years to address this. Gregg used to talk about it at #altmetrics meetings.
.@altmetric 10 clever tips for promoting your research online! #altmetrics https://t.co/3H9l3sken3
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