1. Workshop - Multimedia Interactive Policy Research, what's that? (Hertie School)

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    Workshop carried out by Caio Werneck, Javier Guillot and Bruno Paschoal on November 18, at the Hertie School of Governance, Berlin. Policy students, design thinking trainees, young researchers and…

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    • ASERL Open Access Week 2014 Webcast "Erin McKiernan: Open Access -- A Researcher s View"

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      ASERL celebrated Open Access Week 2014 with a talk / Q and A session led by Erin McKiernan. Erin McKiernan is a researcher working primarily in experimental and theoretical neuroscience. She received…

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      • Open Access Movement: a philosophy, a dance, a practice

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        A philosophy: Open-access research outputs are online, free of charge, and free of most copyright and licensing restrictions. A dance: A ballerina makes her performance accessible to a student…

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        • CNI: Creating a Data Interchange Standard for Researchers, Research, and Research Resources: VIVO-ISF

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          Dean B. Krafft Director of Information Technology, Library Cornell University Brian Lowe Lead Developer, Library Cornell University The VIVO project is an international community effort to provide…

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          • CNI: Mobile Technologies to Support Field Research

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            Wayne Johnston Head, Research Enterprise & Scholarly Communication University of Guelph Mobile Technologies to Support Field Research An agricultural researcher is out in her crops making…

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            • CNI: Hiberlink: Investigating Reference Rot in Web-Based Scholarly Communication

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              Herbert Van de Sompel Scientist Los Alamos National Laboratory Martin Klein Scientist Los Alamos National Laboratory References in scholarly communication are traditionally to published…

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              • ASERL Webinar: "Open Access Megajournals – What you need to know about how this model is changing journal publishing"

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                ASERL webinar. Dr. Peter Binfield, Publisher and Co-Founder of PeerJ, and previously the Publisher of PLOS ONE, provides an overview of the state of play regarding open access megajournals (journals…

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                • ASERL Webinar: "Creative Commons Open Education, Open Access, and Librarians"

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                  Dr Cable Green, Director of Global Learning for Creative Commons, leads a wide-ranging discussion with ASERL members about the use of Creative Commons tools to foster greater access to knowledge objects…

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                  • CNI: A Changing Landscape

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                    Clifford Lynch Coalition for Networked Information A Changing Landscape: Federal Mandates for Public Access to Scholarship, Transitions of Stewardship & Distributed Factual Biography Opening…

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                    • About JustPublics@365

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                      The goal of the JustPublics@365 project is to connect academics, journalists and activists and foster transformation on issues of social justice. The project also seeks to foster the creation of new…

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