Posts tagged "openaccess"

Presenting some ideas of what is missing in open access and open science community

Presenting some ideas of what is missing in open access and open science community at OpenCon 2014 in Washington, DC. Slides.

My presentation of PeerLibrary at OpenCon 2014

My presentation of PeerLibrary at OpenCon 2014, the student and early career researcher conference on Open Access, Open Education, and Open Data. Slides.

We made a new video talking about the emerging community of PeerLibrary

We made a new video talking about the emerging community of PeerLibrary, as well as the project’s origins in the open access movement.

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Presentation of PeerLibrary at iAnnotate 2014 conference

Presentation of PeerLibrary at iAnnotate 2014 conference in San Francisco. Including the demo of current version in development, 0.2.

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The meeting and panel on open access

The meeting and panel on open access organized by Open Access Initiative at Berkeley on May 8 2013 at UC Berkeley, South Hall (School of Information), answering many questions about open access.

The panel includes Mike Eisen (co-founder of PLoS), Molly Von Houweling (Boalt Law School, former director of Creative Commons), and Laine Farley (Executive Director of California Digital Library). Moderated by me.

Read-write science

There is a notion of a read-write culture, a culture where we are not just consumers of the culture, but also producers. Prosumers. But we are missing a read-write science culture!

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My presentation of the PeerLibrary at Meteor Devshop 3

My presentation of the PeerLibrary at Meteor Devshop 3. PeerLibrary aims to enrich the experience of open access scholarly literature by combining real-time discussions with scientific publications. GitHub.

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