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▶ Academic Publishing in Europe 9 - Redefining the Scientific Record - Day 2 - YouTube

Welcome and Opening: "Redefining the Scientific Record" Dr. Elisabeth Niggemann, Director General, Deutsche Nationalbibliothek, Leipzig und Frankfurt am Main...
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Disciplinary Differences in Twitter Scholarly Communication

This paper investigates disciplinary differences in how researchers use the microblogging site Twitter. Tweets from researchers in five disciplines (astrophy...
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Next Steps for Citizen Science

Citizen Science--on its current status and exciting opportunities http://t.co/DKGsZvlxUf @sciencemagazine @CitizenScience @SciCitizen

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▶ Academic Publishing in Europe 9 - Redefining the Scientific Record - Day 1 - YouTube

Recorded live stream from APE2014 pre-conference and full conference in Berlin. More details via: http://ape2014.eu/
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Open Access — yes you can

Open Access — yes you can | Scholarly Communication | Scoop.it
For researchers who have never dipped a toe into the debates on open access that surge across the blogosphere it is all too easy to imagine that they need not
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Open Access — yes you can: it is easy
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Pew Research Report: The Rise of Online Video

A new report from the Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project finds that online video is growing. 78% of online adults watch or download videos online, up from 69% in 2009, and the share of internet users who upload or post video online has doubled from 14% in 2009 to 31% today. Kristen Purcell, report author, explains these findings and the reasons behind them. 

For the full report, visit www.pewresearch.org

Follow the Pew Research Center on Twitter: @pewresearch

 

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