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arantzaprez

Open Access to Indigenous Knowledge? - 2 views

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/20140313094651-173195569-open-access-to-indigenous-knowledge

openaccess openknowledge

started by arantzaprez on 11 Dec 14 no follow-up yet
Sam M

OERu - 0 views

This site launched one year ago this month. It is an open way to study and learn while receiving qualifitcations. http://oeru.org

OpenAccess Knowledge OER

started by Sam M on 05 Nov 14 no follow-up yet
mbittman

The Size of the Open Access Market | The Scholarly Kitchen - 1 views

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    A report from Simba Information tallies the total value of the open access marketplace, putting OA at 2.3% of the total market for STM journals. It documents as well, without comment, that more an...
Sam M

5 Open Access Journals - 6 views

5 Open Access Journals to check out! http://opensource.com/education/14/10/5-open-access-journals-open-source-enthusiasts

Module6 OpenAccess Open Journals Science

started by Sam M on 23 Oct 14 no follow-up yet
mbittman

BBC News - Google responds to News Corp 'platform for piracy' blog - 2 views

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    Google responds to an attack by the chief executive of News Corp, arguing it is tough on piracy and faces stiff competition.
tazzain

Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) - 5 views

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    DOAJ is an online directory that indexes and provides access to quality open access, peer-reviewed journals.
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    DOAJ is an online directory that indexes and provides access to quality open access, peer-reviewed journals. DOAJ es un directorio de revistas de acceso abierto, que tiene filtros por lenguaje, rama, país de publicación, año de publicación, y lo que me pareció más interesante, el tipo de licencia.
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    Directory of Open Access Journals
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    Es un recurso muy interesante, aunque personalmente suelo utilizar el ISI Web of Science, que considero más completo y relevante. Pero todos estos repositorios facilitan localizar adecuadamente la información sobre un autor, trabajo concreto o revista, y permite elegir, además, adecuadamente, la revista a la que mandar un trabajo de investigación que haya desarrollado uno mismo simplemente visitando tal directorio y viendo los topics que tiene cada una de las revistas.
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    Unfortunately I see there is only one South African source.
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    "Open access seems to be known as much for inadequate and exploitative publishing practices as for any increase in access". This is the bigges problem with publishing practice. Julia
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    DOAJ is an online directory that indexes and provides access to quality open access, peer-reviewed journals.
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    I like the directory as it will allow access to the type of information that the world needs at no cost at all. Well done!
Pris Laurente

Is the Internet Making Us Smarter or Dumber? Yes. - Tech News and Analysis - 2 views

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    How the internet change the way we research and the way we live. Is it making us smarter or dumber?
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    Very interesting topic as we are moving deeper and deeper into the internet of things. May answer to that question is its depend how you use it and how you balance it with real life like nature, human relations etc.
Fernando Carraro

Datos abiertos en México - 0 views

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    Sitio que promueve la transparencia de información en México Grupo en facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/231440023586135/
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    Muy bueno y útil. Muchas gracias
mbittman

Deciding who should pay to publish peer-reviewed scientific research | John Abraham | E... - 7 views

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    From the Guardian: "How open-access journals are changing the field of peer-reviewed science"
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    John Abraham: How open-access journals are changing the field of peer-reviewed science
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    that's an experience that can lead the way to scientific publishing after that of open archiving:http://scoap3.org/
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    I think there are real benefits to make the research available to everybody. Because. most of those research works are financed with tax payers money directly or indirectly. So why should there be this private monopolies milking the society and the scientists and blocking the knowledge to be spread?!!!
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