#DH2017 starts today in Montreal. I share a snapshot of tweetage so far, and share a previous post related to access to publications in DH.
I made a quick alluvial diagram showing the publisher, access and license types of the top 100 papers in our dataset.
I have shared a dataset of 497 bibliographic entries of scientific articles mentioning the keyword 'Ebola'. Can you help us crowdsource their type of access and licensing?
Yesterday we had the first day of the Promoting Discoverability of African Scholarship workshop in Nariboi, Keyna. The #scholarAfrica hashtag went "boom!"
I have deposited on figshare a third alluvial diagram, this time focusing on the country of affiliation of the Principal Investigator/Author of the articles and the geographical area mentioned in the article title.
On my blog at HASTAC, I shared a post with some quick thoughts on the the UK Parliament BIS Committee's Open Access Recommendations.
My latest contribution to University of Venus/Inside Higher Education is "Various Shades of Digital Literacy: The New Digital Divides".
I posted "Various Shades of Digital Literacy: The New Digital Divides" on my HASTAC blog.