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In Norway, Government Challenges Veracity of Global University Rankings - International - The Chronicle of Higher Education - http://chronicle.com/article...
A challenge to global university ratings from Norway http://t.co/JVm8MRVRLi #HigherEd Tags: HigherEd - Cameron Neylon
Ego Non Te Absolvo: Lifelong Learning Isn’t Only for Other People | Peer to Peer Review - http://lj.libraryjournal.com/2014...
Permission not to learn not granted - great essay by @LibSkrat http://t.co/UsmzTJ6tKN - Cameron Neylon
RCUK APC data (2013-14) - http://figshare.com/article...
RCUK APC data (2013-14) http://t.co/E4FaZs1Ilv - 2,100 APCs from 8 institutions aggregated into a single format - Cameron Neylon
Academic Libraries and Non-Disclosure Clauses: institutions should internally mandate against them - https://www.martineve.com/...
Academic Libraries and Non-Disclosure Clauses: institutions should internally mandate against them http://t.co/5ypjkGJq07 - Cameron Neylon
Speaking as we were of Aspesi: I'm looking to populate a Charleston panel on the challenges of managing OA funds/APCs. Anybody going who would be good to give (some variant of) library perspective (or indeed any other perspective)?
Could touch on the issues of how to successfully transfer funds from subscriptions to OA models (no need to focus on APCs particularly) - Cameron Neylon
HAHAHAHAHAHAHA okay, you probably SHOULD NOT do this, but Lee Konrad or Ed van Gemert from MfPOW, on account of they killed the local fund. - RepoRat
More seriously, Bonnie Swoger runs one, I think, and Maura Smale used to and has now changed jobs, so might be able to talk a little more freely than some. - RepoRat
Cool, that sounds like a good start. Trying to kick start a US discussion on what's needed to start pulling the right information and experiences together. I also liked the way Jill Emery was talking about how core library experiences were relevant to new roles at the SPARC meeting last year. - Cameron Neylon
Jill is never a bad choice! - RepoRat
List of journals that do not provide a publishing option compliant with the Trust - http://figshare.com/article...
figshare top content last week incl Wellcome Trust data http://t.co/OLA9r74IUW and The future of ecology presentation http://t.co/ONo2pFybMb - Cameron Neylon
The opportunities and challenges of online open-access publishing - The Washington Post - http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs...
The opportunities and challenges of online open-access publishing http://t.co/pCYvrI1ump via @washingtonpost #openaccess Tags: openaccess - Cameron Neylon
Peer review service recognition – ORCID-CASRAI recommendations need your feedback | Discussions – F1000 Research - http://blog.f1000research.com/2014...
Peer review service recognition – ORCID-CASRAI recommendations need your feedback. http://t.co/008LXsUJPO - Cameron Neylon
I highly recommend this talk from @ctitusbrown given as a part of his retirement symposium - https://t.co/KMzzfPzLJR
RT @OASPA: OASPA joins Global Coalition of Access to Research to support PLOS in call on STM to Withdraw New Model Licenses: http://www.plos.org/global-... #OA
RT @AtheneDonald: Who governs science? @Stephen_Curry http://www.theguardian.com/us http://www.theguardian.com/science... - Retractions, scrutiny & journals' responsibilities
RT @glynmoody: The Gentle Art of Muddying the Licensing Waters - http://blogs.computerworlduk.com/open-en... #Microsoft did it, now the publishers are doing it #FUD #openaccess
RT @Science_Open: Thinking about the number of CC licenses out there is quite mind boggling - thanks for the comment @McDawg http://blog.scienceopen.com/2014...
.@adelfanti Heading to Rio tonight and looking forward to it. A week of #openscience with @DenisaKera @EvoMRI @petermurrayrust @MatToddChem
Repost from Friday. Update shortly with more sigs MT @d_mainwaring: CC licenses 'established, adopted and proven' http://blogs.plos.org/opens...
.@EvoMRI find over 800k CC BY articles at PMC via this search https://t.co/kobBykHaul I suspect that might have some double counting tho...
An update post on #NoNewLicenses - now with 85 signatories, including UC Press: http://blogs.plos.org/opens...
Code Sharing Is Associated with Research Impact in Image Processing - http://www.computer.org/csdl...
.@victoriastodden the article on code sharing is here (paywalled): http://t.co/3c8pWWKSm9 - Cameron Neylon
Your weekend white paper: Opening up to Open Access | FutureBook - http://www.futurebook.net/content...
Your weekend white paper: Opening up to Open Access,by Nathalie Guest | FutureBook http://t.co/o3XpH0j4Vi - Cameron Neylon
‘Dismal’ start for Access to Research initiative | News | Times Higher Education - http://www.timeshighereducation.co.uk/news...
‘Dismal’ start for Access to Research initiative http://t.co/KXTZ2JWkOY via @timeshighered - Cameron Neylon
RT @ernestopriego: #Ebola: We crowdsourced access type of 497 papers. We shared the data. http://epriego.wordpress.com/2014... #OpenAccess #citylis https://twitter.com/ernesto...
Introducing the Open and Collaborative Science in Development Network (OCSDNet) - http://ocsdnet.org/
Don't forget @LDNOpenDrinks is on tonight at El Vino on London Wall (near the Barbican for anyone with #wikimania2014 withdrawal)
RT @RickyPo: Authors Alliance joins call for STM to withdraw its open access licences: 2014 http://www.authorsalliance.org/2014... #openaccess
Notes from @psigrist on @daveowhite's excellent #wikimania2014 talk. We need a pedagogy of qns, not answer seeking https://t.co/ByUeF5Yqd6
RT @catmacOA: "I'm hoping they’ll go the way of other unnecessary academic complications to perfectly functioning systems" @mweller http://blog.edtechie.net/battle...
Great. Had missed that! RT @mweller: @CameronNeylon I blogged about it too, following our twitter discussion http://blog.edtechie.net/battle...
From last week if you missed it - Bringing scholarly publishing into the mainstream: http://blogs.plos.org/opens...
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