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They are then also syndicated to Fediscience (and a legacy social media site also known as the birdsite).
The researchers found that articles downloaded from Sci-Hub were cited 1.72 times more frequently on average. Sci-Hub directly helps researchers popularize their work, while traditional journals harm the authors by creating barriers.
International Science Council worries about government interference in Open Science as a possible outcome of the UNESCO initiative. One could read this as an attack on Plan S. Who else has the power to stand up to the abusive monopolies?
[The European Research Council] says goodbye to Impact Factor to evaluate candidates
Do you already know Early Evidence Base? EEB is an experimental platform that combines artificial intelligence with human curation and expert peer-review to highlight results posted in preprints.
Free our Knowledge: together we can fix #academia.
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The German National Library of Science and Technology #TIB is looking for an #OpenSource Software Engineer (m/f/d) with knowledge of #TypeScript/Angular, #Java/Spring for the #oer portal https://www.twillo.de
I think it's great that TIB as a research library actively supports development of Open Source software.🤗🚀
« #ImpactFactor abandoned by Dutch university in hiring and promotion decisions » via Nature https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-021-01759-5
ASAPbio has launched the #Preprint Reviewer Recruitment Network. The 6-month pilot starts today.
Join us on 7/22 for a live discussion with Alexandra Elbakyan, the founder of Sci-Hub, on her experience building tools for the open science community
Not every citation is equal. "Typed Citations in the Journal of Cheminformatics"
FAIR Data Principles: How can I apply them to my study? A primer on Findable (F), Accessible (A), Interoperable (I), and Reusable (R) data aimed at medical students.
The introduction of the French 2nd National Plan for #OpenScience made me think.
> "Open science refers to the unhindered dissemination of results, methods and products from scientific research. It draws on the opportunity provided by recent digital progress to develop open access to publications and - as much as possible - data, source code and research methods." https://www.ouvrirlascience.fr/second-national-plan-for-open-science/
Might #digitization of science be a better term for what we do?
We do things with open data for public good and social change.
Equal pay (£40k/pa), flat structure, remote work. Flexible working with part time options. Lots of benefits.
Happy to answer questions here another way (https://rhiaro.co.uk/contact)
Job opportunity; scholarly communications
Come and work with us! We have a vacancy for a new Scholarly Communications Lead, closing date 15th August. Based in London or Boston Spa. https://britishlibrary.recruitment.zellis.com/birl/pages/vacancy.jsf?latest=01002483 #OpenAccess #Jobs
“We all believe we contribute more than what we actually contribute.” This article encourages collaborators to talk in advance about data sharing, authorship and conflict resolution. Maybe even write up a scientific ‘prenup’ agreement.
Call for proposals for the Inaugural Medical Institutional Repositories in Libraries (MIRL) Symposium
PUBMET2021 – The 8th conference on scholarly communication and publishing in the context of open science
Second National Plan for Open Science — Generalising open science in France
#Openscience refers to the unhindered dissemination of results, methods and products from scientific research. It draws on the opportunity provided by recent digital progress to develop open access to publications and - as much as possible - data, source code and research methods.
The virtual second United Nations Open Science Conference 2021.
Subtitle: From Tackling the Pandemic to Addressing Climate Change.
UN, so quite political and global.
Open neuroscience data
Hello everyone!I recently faced the issue of looking for open neuroimaging (and neurophysiological) datasets. Since it took a bit of effort, I created an index to help others that might be looking for data online: https://github.com/inezpereira/open-neuroscienceI'm especially keen on expanding this list. I'm sure I'm missing all sorts of cool initiatives, and it would be great to have your input!