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camilalondonoa

Learn - 6 views

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    Codecademy is the easiest way to learn how to code. It's interactive, fun, and you can do it with your friends.
clagvel67

acceso abierto derecho humano - 2 views

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    Rosario Rogel explica el movimiento de Acceso Abierto y algunas de las vicisitudes de los países latinoamericanos para hacer visible su producción científica en el mundo de las publicaciones legitimadas por los sistemas científicos mundiales.
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Leticia Lafuente López

Does Citizen Science = Open Science? - 3 views

8 years in prison just for sharing an article? In spain politicians are taking hundreds of thousands euros from dudose source without paying any taxes and they are not only free, but keeping their ...

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camilalondonoa

Where to start programming? - 2 views

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    Codecademy is the easiest way to learn how to code. It's interactive, fun, and you can do it with your friends.
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    Codecademy is the easiest way to learn how to code. It's interactive, fun, and you can do it with your friends.
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    I began at Code Academy last year, and completed various courses. The problem I had was knowing about the architecture and systems behind the code, so, now I am learning to use Command Line and working through FLOSS manuals. I like Code academy, and I may go back there, but not before I have understood Command Line and more specifically what works with Linux, Ubuntu, Fedora etc The thing is, free software development, open source and education for all, begins with Linux OS and whatever branches from that is free to share, iterate and scalable. The trademark socialist, philosophically opposed to the capitalist.
Fernando Carraro

Social Citizen/ Yoáni Sánchez / Humans Rights - 2 views

Hasta parece un relato de lo que se vive en México, gracias por compartir.

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chuckicks

Radical Librarianship: how ninja librarians are ensuring patrons' electronic privacy - 4 views

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    Researching online often means leaving a trail of information about yourself, including your location, what websites you visited and for how long, with whom you chatted or emailed, and what you downloaded and printed. All of these details are all easy to associate with a particular computer user when insufficient privacy protections are in place.
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    Thanks for sharing this article. The right to electronic privacy is most important to me. It's frightening how 'big brother' can trace everything we do. I intend following up on the links and asking our local professional association to run a workshop on this.
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    Librarians in Massachusetts are working to give their patrons a chance to opt-out of pervasive surveillance. Partnering with the ACLU of Massachusetts, area librarians have been teaching and taking workshops on how freedom of speech and the right to privacy are compromised by the surveillance of online and digital communications -- and what new privacy-protecting services they can offer patrons to shield them from unwanted spying of their library activity.
chuckicks

The School of Open - 2 views

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    The following post was created in collaboration with members of the CC China Mainland Affiliate team and the School of Open community. Below is a description of the 2nd CC China Mainland open educational resources (OER) summer camp (30th June to 8th July 2014) for the children of Luxi Island, a remote island off the coast of China.
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