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RT @JWvanGroenigen: Still a few seats for tomorrow's publishing workshop: "Cracking under the strain" with @wurlibrary and @Wowter https://t.co/FFiLetpcNb
RT @datadryad: Does your journal have a data policy? This week's featured data shows those that do have a positive impact on science http://datadryad.org/resourc...
Interesting to read the actual contract between France and Elsevier. What can we learn in Nl from it http://rue89.nouvelobs.com/sites... via @OKFN
RT @nutrigenomics: #URwhatUeat: I am recommending this Course => Intro Video MOOC "Introduction to Nutrition – Food for Health" https://www.youtube.com/watch...
RT @tim_brannigan: If only bananas had robust, natural, bio-degradable packaging of their own. Some sort of peelable skin, perhaps. https://twitter.com/tim_bra...
RT @oatp: Disclosure of Open Access publication charges in Germany | http://wisspub.net: "The business models of ... http://wisspub.net/2014... #OA
Offenlegung von Open-Access-Publikationsgebühren in Deutschland http://wisspub.net/2014... via @wordpressdotcom
Research assessment and bibliometrics in Finland http://tampub.uta.fi/handle... @cwtsleiden
Akers, K.G. et al. 2014. Building Support for #ResearchDataManagement: Biographies of Eight Research Universities. http://www.ijdc.net/index...
Another one from the Nature interview with Anurag Acharya. No Google Scholar API. #WhatAPity http://wowter.net/2014...
Interesting interview with Anurag Acharya, the founder of #GoogleScholar http://www.nature.com/news... Google Scholar is there to stay!
So much for certifaction of digital repositories, but most of the links on their website don't work http://www.iso16363.org/resourc... #ISO #PTAB
RT @jeroenbosman: German scholars paid on average €1210 for publishing in *APC charging* OA journal (n=1432) https://t.co/LdP3JUPpXL @RickyPo @Wowter
RT @MikeTaylor: "Dutch universities examine the possibility of making large deals with @PLOSONE and @thePeerJ to pay a lump sum for all researchers."
RT @RickyPo: Negotiations between Elsevier and Dutch Universities break down: Time for change http://daniellakens.blogspot.nl/2014...
.@nutrigenomics the professor as a magnet for money http://www.ftm.nl/exclusi... Public private funding of research
RT @jeroenbosman: France univs seems to have a new 5-year #BigDeal with Elsevier for 34.3M euro per year http://scoms.hypotheses.org/293, with a datamining paragraph
Negotiations between Dutch Universities and Elsevier failed http://www.vsnu.nl/news... #OpenAccess #BigDeal
The drawbacks of 'gold', the advantages of green - http://www.slideshare.net/Wowter...
The drawbacks of 'gold', the advantages of green
Special unsettling reality of Bibliometrics in practice 2014 - http://www.slideshare.net/Wowter...
Special unsettling reality of Bibliometrics in practice 2014
RT @KnolsMosquito: 2500 people in #Tanzania protected against #malaria with eave tubes - and continuing! http://www.mcdproject.org/news...
RT @ringejacq: Just presented our paper on how @wurlibrary particpates in @groenkennisnet http://library.wur.nl/WebQuer... #wlic2014
RT @ringejacq: Read Susan's paper on copyright issues of TDM at #WLIC2014 : http://library.ifla.org/1007/
Nature "Data storage: Overcome hurdles to global databases" http://www.nature.com/nature...
RT @Phil_Baty: How academics use social media. Twitter good for discussions. Facebook 'zero credibility' via @conradhackett @nature https://twitter.com/Phil_Ba...
RT @WSJ: Before #Ebola outbreak, Liberia had the second-fewest physicians per person on Earth: http://online.wsj.com/article... https://twitter.com/WSJ...
RT @FAOForestry: #UNFAO E-book on #edibleinsects now available: Edible insects: future prospects for food and feed security http://www.fao.org/publica...
RT @ImpactFactor: The 2014 #JournalCitationReports is now available to all users. We apologize for any inconvenience caused by delay of access.
Ten Habits of Highly Successful Data by @anitawaard http://www.slideshare.net/anitawa... via @SlideShare
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