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Mathieu Plourde


    Scientific information is both a researcher's greatest
    output and technological innovation's most important
    resource. Open Access (OA) is the provision of free access
    to peer-reviewed, scholarly and research information to
    all. It requires that the rights holder grants worldwide
    irrevocable right of access to copy, use, distribute, transmit,
    and make derivative works in any format for any lawful
    activities with proper attribution to the original author.
    Open Access uses Information and Communication
    Technology (ICT) to increase and enhance the
    dissemination of scholarship. OA is about Freedom,
    Flexibility and Fairness.
Mathieu Plourde

Announcing the Open Data Handbook version 1.0 - 0 views

    "The Open Data Handbook is a valuable resource for everyone interested in open data. It covers many types of data, but its particular focus is open government data.

    The Open Data Handbook is targeted towards a broad audience. It contains useful information for civil servants, journalists, activists, developers, researchers - basically, for anyone with an interest in open data!"
markuos morley

Why cite data? | DataCite - 0 views

    DataCite - Why Cite Data?

    Open Data
markuos morley

Repositories | DataCite - 0 views

    DataCite - Repository/Repositories
    Open Data
    Open Science
    Open Access
markuos morley

Opening Up the Academy: The "Open" Agenda, Technology, and Universities (EDUCAUSE Revie... - 0 views

    Educause Review article with a more UK slant on open access and open data
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