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The most advanced platform for managing your academic journal with integrated peer review and publishing tools at a price you can afford
The most advanced platform for managing your academic journal with integrated peer review and publishing tools at a price you can afford
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Can blogging and tweeting about journal articles - even old ones - make a difference in how often they’re read and cited? #academicpublishing #scholcomm

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The Sociological Review’s monographs series is a great example of content resurfacing. For more content resurfacing tips download our free editor handbook: http://bit.ly/2a9ZGh8

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“I’m in favor of copyright, don’t get me wrong, but really to leave books out of the public domain for more than a century—to keep most American literature behind copyright barrier, I think is crazy.”

The Atlantic investigates how Google's failed Ocean Project could have changed the role of libraries and #copyright law. #legal #libchat

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Weighing the pros and cons of keeping your #lawreview open when not reviewing: http://bit.ly/2ozNVTt #lawschool #lawstudent

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“If we don’t train the next generation and support that research, we’re going to lose them.”

#STEM activists share with Inside Higher Ed the importance of Saturday's #MarchForScience.

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“We have gotten ourselves into this situation because the public doesn’t understand how science benefits us in our everyday lives.” #MarchForScience #STEM #scicomm

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"Is it O.K. for thousands or millions of people to watch a crime unfold without doing anything but sharing it?"

Professor Elizabeth Joh of UC Davis School of Law addresses the dangers of live video streaming platforms.

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Scholastica and Altmetric offer insights into the current state of #researchimpact and the rise of #altmetrics in this free ebook resource.

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Data maps show subjects & departments where interdisciplinary work is strongest in #highered: http://bit.ly/2o4m9C8 #scholcomm

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Prof. Erin Murphy of NYU Law explains why Attorney General Jeff Sessions was wrong to return forensic science to law enforcement. #law #legal #forensics
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