Sharing the video recording and slides of my presentation on 10 December 2020 within the III Publishing, Research and Library and Information Science symposium organised by the Universidad Agustiniana, Bogotá, Colombia.
Este jueves 10 de diciembre de 2020 a las 02:00 p.m. (hora Colombia) | 07:00 p.m. (hora Londres) participaré en el III Encuentro de Investigadores, Editores y Bibliotecólogos organizado por la Editorial Uniagustiniana, en el panel titulado "Ciencia en 280 caracteres: difusión científica y redes sociales".
A library is not a library is not a library because not all 'libraries' face the same challenges and not all librarians do the same jobs. The narrative we need to see more of is that Library and Information Science skills are today more needed than ever before.
The taught component of Term 1 of the 2014-2015 year is over at #citylis. Throughout the term I archived the Tweets tagged with #citylis and I have now uploaded to figshare a spreadsheet containing 4940 Tweets.
I have shared a file containing a sheet with a list of 8, 348 journal articles obtained from a basic search for the keywords "racial" and "etchnicity" in research papers mentioned online anytime as tracked by Altmetric. Which are open access and which aren't?
I made a quick alluvial diagram showing the publisher, access and license types of the top 100 papers in our dataset.
Yesterday I shared a spreadsheet containing references to 497 papers on Ebola including the access and license type of each paper. These were crowdsourced by a group of us over a period of a week.
Some notes after a visit to Charles Darwin's Down House in Kent.