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Mal Booth

Using Twitter for Curated Academic Content | Impact of Social Sciences - 0 views

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    "Using Twitter for Curated Academic Content"

    (Yes, you could do this or you could just use Zite or even Flipboard - apps freely available via iTunes. Mal Booth)
Mal Booth

Why openness benefits research | Heinrich-Hartmann.netHeinrich-Hartmann.net - 0 views

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    "Why openness benefits research
    Posted on 17/01/2013
    The following text is jointly authored by David Shotton (david.shotton@zoo.ox.ac.uk) and Heinrich Hartmann (hartmann@uni-koblenz.de). Cf.  OpenCitations.net - blog."
Mal Booth

How much of an academic paper can you post online? Most of it!! | Katatrepsis - 0 views

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    A useful post full of advice re publishing your research openly online.
Mal Booth

Insurgency in Academic Publishing | Berkeley Planning Journal - 0 views

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    A nice intro about open access scholarly publishing.
Mal Booth

Citelighter - The fully automated bibliography, research, citation, and internet highli... - 0 views

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    "Store, organize, and share your education and research for free."
    I've not used this, so not sure what it is like, but it looks pretty useful for some.
J Chelliah

The Problems With Calling Comments "Post-Publication Peer-Review" - 0 views

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    what's hot and cooking in Scholarly Publishing - Scholarly Kitchen blog
Mal Booth

Academics, brace yourself | Kings of War - 0 views

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    Why academics should post using blogs.
Mal Booth

The 10 commandments for PhD failure - 0 views

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    As it says, from 3monththesis
Mal Booth

Setting up a Google Scholar Profile & Citations Help - 1 views

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    Link to help page at Google Scholar about Citations and Setting up a Google Scholar profile.
Mal Booth

75 Super Cool Blogs Written by PhDs - 0 views

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    For the best in academic information, go to a Ph.D. Blogs written by PhD's have great content and sometimes very frequent content. There are some blogs that are mostly aimed at other PhD's, but some are for the general populous. Enjoy topics of all kinds with expert information. You might even get some freebees.
Mal Booth

Martyn Pedler - blog - 0 views

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    An example of a writer, blogger & tweeter from Melbourne Uni who is also doing his PhD.
Mal Booth

Twitter Networks are Different than Social Networks - 0 views

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    A post about how Twitter differs from Facebook re networking. This post is from an entrepreneur's perspective, but there are parallels here for researchers and the most agile and adept researchers also use Twitter in much the same way. 
Mal Booth

Home - Trove - 0 views

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    Giant search engine for just about everything from the NLA. Links to and searches most Australian cultural institutions and their online resources.
Mal Booth

Could digital humanities to undergraduates could boost information literacy? | Inside H... - 0 views

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    Short article on the digital humanities and the future of research.
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