Finding Fame, and Sometimes Fortune, in Social Media
Why Some Academics Publish More
Why book bloggers are critical to literary criticism
On Becoming a Phoenix: Encounters With the Digital Revolution (trying an online course at UPhoenix)
A Pioneer in Online Education Tries a MOOC
FriendFeed Turns 5…
...Instead of a different Creative Commons license, such as CC-BY? Or just with normal copyright restrictions?
(You can get an explanation of CC0 here: it implies relinquishing all rights and essentially means releasing something into the public domain.)
A good question, one that I attempted to…
I'm doing a session at the Ontario Library Conference tomorrow with a few colleagues. The topic is Creative Commons licensing and I'm doing the section on Open Data. It's a kind of a replay of what we did for library staff about a year ago.
Here's the info this time:
Thursday 9:05 AM…
Why Science Journal Paywalls Have to Go
Authors or journal editors: Who faces more pressure in the academic publishing system?
STM Consultation on Article Sharing (Draft principles here)
ICOLC Response to the International Association of Scientific Technical and Medical (STM) Statement