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Neil Mulholland In the Open INFE

The Foundation Course in Art and Design: Past, Present and Future: Collective Imagining’ Symposium to be held virtually as part of FutureLab in Shanghai on: Friday 3rd December 2021 TIME…

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GLAMs and Open Access: The Met Museum and the Smithsonian Institution as Case Studies

SpeakersKelly Doyle: Open Knowledge Coordinator, American Women's History Initiative, Smithsonian InstitutionAndrew Lih: Met Museum / Wikimedian at Large, Smithsonian InstitutionAbstractIn this…

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Publishing your journal article

Unsure where to get started with publishing your article in a journal? Join us to find out what editors and publishers look for and how you can best prepare yourself for the world of academic…

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Professor Petar Jandrić 'Viral Modernity: Covid-19 and the promise of open science'

In the first section of this recording the embedded video sound conflicts with Professor Jandrić. You will find a complete transcript below. Abstract According to the World Health Organisation…

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'Disrupting the Publisher-Academic Complex' - a talk by Peter Murray-Rust at the British Library on 21 April 2018

'Disrupting the Publisher-Academic Complex' - a talk by Peter Murray-Rust at the British Library on Saturday 21 April 2018. Disruption does not mean illegality - it can be new technology,…

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11 - Feeding the World One Open Access Plant Phenotype Image at a Time

Feeding the World One Open Access Plant Phenotype Image at a Time Dr. Sotirios A. Tsaftaris

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WikiFactMine: Textmining Open Access bioscience literature - Thomas Arrow at WikidataCon 2017

Presenter: Thomas Arrow ([email protected]) Recorded by Chaos Computer Club at the Tagesspiegel, Berlin for WikidataCon 2017 on Saturday 28 October 2017. Original source:…

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Open Source Software with Cetis LLP., & OSSWatch, Short (Video 3 of 4) Conditions, Innovating With Open Knowledge

This video is part of the Innovating with Open Knowledge series at The University of Edinburgh. Interview with Scott Wilson at Cetis LLP and OSSWatch. This case study explores the use of…

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Open Source Software with Cetis LLP., & OSSWatch, Short (Video 2 of 4) Finding What You Need, Innovating With Open Knowledge

This video is part of the Innovating with Open Knowledge series at The University of Edinburgh. Interview with Scott Wilson at Cetis LLP and OSSWatch. This case study explores the use of…

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Open Source Software with Cetis LLP., & OSSWatch, Short (Video 1 of 4), Innovating With Open Knowledge

This video is part of the Innovating with Open Knowledge series at The University of Edinburgh. Interview with Scott Wilson at Cetis LLP and OSSWatch. This case study explores the use of…

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Open Source Software with Cetis LLP., & OSSWatch, Short (Video 4 of 4) Benefits, Innovating With Open Knowledge

This video is part of the Innovating with Open Knowledge series at The University of Edinburgh. Interview with Scott Wilson at Cetis LLP and OSSWatch. This case study explores the use of…

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Maker Spaces With Mike Boyd at Ucreate, (video 2 of 4) Finding What You Need, Innovating With Open Knowledge

This video is part of the Innovating with Open Knowledge series at The University of Edinburgh. Interview with Michael Boyd, Manager of the Ucreate Maker Space at the University of Edinburgh This…

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Bioinformatics In The Classroom With The 4273π Project, (Video 2 of 3) Finding What You Need, Innovating With Open Knowledge

This video is part of the Innovating with Open Knowledge series at The University of Edinburgh. This case study features Heleen Plaisier and Daniel Barker Lecturers in Bioinformatics at the…

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Bioinformatics In The Classroom With The 4273π Project, (Video 3 of 3) Benefits, Innovating With Open Knowledge

This video is part of the Innovating with Open Knowledge series at The University of Edinburgh. This case study features Heleen Plaisier and Daniel Barker Lecturers in Bioinformatics at the…

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OABOT: Making Wikipedia's Citations Accessible - Jake Orlowitz

Wikipedia's citations are the largest curated bibliography in the world. They are the foundation of Wikipedia's reliability and verifiability. They are also the top-6 referrer to all…

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Bioinformatics In The Classroom With The 4273π Project, (Video 1 of 3) Context, Innovating With Open Knowledge

This video is part of the Innovating with Open Knowledge series at The University of Edinburgh. This case study features Heleen Plaisier and Daniel Barker Lecturers in Bioinformatics at the…

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