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Open Science - 0 views

Another second newly discovered resources i found with reference to : Open Science Link is : http://www.opensciencegrid.org/

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alibabas

Open Science, Data Access - 0 views

A newly discovered resources i found with reference to : Open Science Link is : http://www.opensciencedirectory.net/

OpenScience open access Knowledge Module6 Data Access Module 6 open science MOOC

started by alibabas on 31 Oct 14 no follow-up yet
Ignoramus OKMOOC

Open science, data, access - 3 views

The second resource references the openscience working groups oft the Open Cloud Consortium (OCC), which is a not for profit that manages and operates cloud computing infrastructure for medium to l...

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eglemarija

Recommendations for the Role of Publishers in Access to Data - 2 views

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    An article published today in PLoS Biology listing recommendations for publishers in making research data more accessible. The recommendations have been assembled with help of the public online and in meetings!
Ignoramus OKMOOC

Introduction to Openness in Education - 5 views

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    An online course by David Wiley covering a wide range of topics within open education and open knowledge in the wider sense.
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    Opened in a broader sense knowledge and a broad range of topics is something wonderful for those wanting to learn more and more from anywhere in the world!
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    Una manera diferente de ver la Educación, muy interesante.
Kevin Stranack

Impact of Social Sciences - Public libraries play a central role in providing access to... - 3 views

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    "Data connectivity is intrinsic to most of our daily lives. The place which exists in almost every community large or small, rural or urban, is the public library. Ben Lee argues that not only do libraries provide free access to data, but they do so in an environment which is trustworthy and neutral, geared to learning. Access to digital technology increasingly overlaps with access to opportunity and it is important to recognise the role public libraries already play (and have always played) in keeping the gate to knowledge open. "
Ignoramus OKMOOC

Four critiques of open data initiatives - 5 views

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    Open data initiatives may hold much promise and value, but more attention is needed on how these projects are developing as complex socio-technical systems. Rob Kitchin elaborates on four specific areas that have yet to be fully interrogated.
Alefiyah Shikari

Governance Of Science - 0 views

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    This ground-breaking text offers a fresh perspective on the governance of science from the standpoint of social and political theory. Science has often been seen as the only institution that embodies the elusive democratic ideal of the 'open society'.
Alefiyah Shikari

OPEN DATA COMMONS, A LICENSE FOR OPEN DATA - 3 views

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    An interesting article arguing for the creation of open licenses for data. They make the point that the use of creative commons licenses is mistaken as these are designed for creative work not data or data bases. Unfortunately the argument - which is repeated several times - is not very thoroughly presented. The Talis Community License is mentioned as a possible alternative. The paper dates from 2008 and is thus - apart from the forceful argument for open licenses as the more viable alternative to the public domain - primarily of historical interest. Much progress has been made in the field with Open Data Commons Licenses now being an accepted standard as well as well as country specific licenses such as Open Government License UK, Open Government License Canada or Data License Germany (cf. http://opendefinition.org/licenses/).
dudeec

Data and scholarly publishing: the transforming landscape - 0 views

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    This article sets the scene for the special issue on research data and publishing. Research data - that material commonly accepted by the scholarly community as required evidence for hypotheses and insights, for verification and/or reproducibility of experiments - has become an increasingly critical issue for publishers given recent developments in funders' mandates, technological advances, policymakers' interests, and so forth. This is from a special issue of Learned Publishing, vol 27, September 2014. This special issue is open access.
Kevin Stranack

The Planning Machine: Project Cybersyn and the origins of the Big Data nation. - 0 views

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    Originally shared by Inez in the course Google Community. From the article, by Morozov: "For all its utopianism and scientism, its algedonic meters and hand-drawn graphs, Project Cybersyn got some aspects of its politics right: it started with the needs of the citizens and went from there. The problem with today's digital utopianism is that it typically starts with a PowerPoint slide in a venture capitalist's pitch deck."
janetw_suiching

Open Knowledge Festival 2014 | The Open Knowledge & Data Event of the Year - 3 views

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    Who has heard of this festival about Open Knowledge? Who has been there?
Teresa Belkow

BIIACS: Repositorio de datos de ciencias sociales - 6 views

Que puntual es este recurso. Muchas gracias Ivonne, es justo que necesitaba en mi trabajo. Saludos

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Kevin Stranack

Graphing New Yorkers' Lives Through the Open Data Portal - CityLab - 0 views

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    "The I Quant NY blog mines NYC's massive data clearinghouse to visualize issues facing city dwellers, from education to eating."
Kevin Stranack

Should Science Always be OPEN? - 1 views

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    A poster that explores "the balance between benefits and concerns in relation to openness to knowledge and data. We will showcase the current impact potential of open science and open innovation, while considering intellectual property, the right for commercial exploitation of innovative concepts and the need for privacy legislation preventing misuse of personal data."
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