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Dedicated to Open Access, scholarly publishing and monographs.
Dedicated to Open Access, scholarly publishing and monographs.

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In search for the Generation Open, my post in response to Twitter discussion involving:

@curtrice @DrStelling @judsontwit @PlantEvolution @DJPMoore

#OpenAccess #GenerationOpen

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On the occasion of the European Day of Languages, we invite you to contribute to a crowdsourced article on linguistics together with us.

#‎EDL2014‬ #‎OpenLinguistics‬ ‪#‎LanguagesBoundries‬ ‪

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Though this may be madness, there is method in it!

#peerreview  

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In any case, while #OpenAccess might be important, it is not revolutionary. It may decrease the cost of access to information but it will not (alone) speed up the rate of discovery or distribution of new ideas; it is a necessary, but not sufficient, part of the future of the academic publishing industry.

http://figshare.com/articles/The_Future_of_Academic_Research/871466

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'Open discussion is fair for authors, more transparent and sometimes even more reliable than classical blind peer review. The Internet is a mass medium and it can be a more efficient tool for finding real “peers” than the direct approach of one scientist to another'

#OpenScience #PeerReview  

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Interesting lectures on Open Access.

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Educational papers are more tweeted and have major overall #altmetrics scores.

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Social media may support your action conducted in the ‘real world’ (like attending conferences, participating in workshops, discussions etc.)

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'You write and publish a paper not only for your satisfaction, but also to achieve your professional goals. Thus you should publish in the best and most prestigious journal available to you.'
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