Dr Peter Wilkins and I received an Open Scholarship Award 2018 Honorable Mention for our Comics Grid work, sponsored by the Canadian Social Knowledge Institute and its partners.
I am very happy to announce that today we published 'The Power of Sharing', a comic resulting from the collaboration between figshare, Symbola Comics, and LaGrúa Estudio.
Parables of Care, a comic that adapts dementia care stories from the Care'N'Share app, is out now.
A reflection on Open Access Outputs as Potential Educational Resources.
I have just deposited the following data on figshare: Top 300 Terms in the Conservative and Labour Manifestos 2017 (Counts and Trends).
Excited to have a new peer-reviewed publication, a data paper on the Journal of Open Health Data: Farthing, A. & Priego, E., (2016). Data from ‘Graphic Medicine’ as a Mental Health Information Resource: Insights from Comics Producers. Open Health Data. 4(1), p.e3. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/ohd.25
If you have used open data in your teaching practice we would like to hear from you. It's only three questions.
I have uploaded a new dataset to figshare. This is a dataset titled A Summer of #digitalhumanities - A Twitter Archive.
The Open Knowledge Festival 2014 (#okfest14) took place in Berlin, Germany, 15th to 17th July 2014. I have shared a dataset of Tweets tagged with #okfest14 (case not sensitive).
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.
With the APC rates charged by major publishers, who is being excluded from Open Access publishing as currently implemented by the major publishers in scientific/academic publishing?