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Cinq thèmes sont suivis dans ce scoop.it : le libre accès (Open Access), la science citoyenne (citizen science), la science en ligne (Open Science), la science 2.0 et les cours en ligne gratuits (MOOCs).
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World Bank and SPARC Announce Open Access Week 2012 - Liveblog & Webcast | World Bank Live

Open Access Week, now in its sixth year, is a global event which promotes Open Access as a new norm in scholarship and research. SPARC(The Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition) and the World Bank will co-sponsor the kickoff event for Open Access Week 2012 in Washington, DC. The event will feature a distinguished panel of speakers representing a broad range of stakeholders in the Open Access movement—researchers, students, policy makers, publishers and academics—who will discuss why Open Access is an imperative to them and their workThe World Bank was recently named a SPARC Innovator for its implementation of a new open access policy, which included the launch of the World Bank Open Knowledge Repository (OKR). The World Bank opened its data to the public in 2010.

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CFP: Open Access Week 2012 Networked Researcher Blogging Unconference

CFP: Open Access Week 2012 Networked Researcher Blogging Unconference | Science ouverte - Open science | Scoop.it
Networked Researcher invites you to our Open Access Week 2012 Networked Researcher Blogging Unconference.
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Open Access Week Preview

Organizations around the world are gearing up to celebrate Open Access Week (www.openaccessweek.org), officially held Oct. 22-28, 2012.
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Manifeste des Digital humanities | ThatCamp Paris

Manifeste des Digital humanities | ThatCamp Paris | Science ouverte - Open science | Scoop.it

Lors d'une "non-conférence" (THATcamp) typique du web 2.0 en 2010, un manifeste des "humanités numériques" a été concocté par des spécialistes français des revues savantes en sciences humaines et sociales, afin de promouvoir l'accès libre aux articles scientifiques. Les bases de l'argumentation en faveur de l'accès libre y sont bien expliquées.

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