I wrote about how science-y search engines and open publication are going to change how people find real science.
65 of the 100 most cited articles in history are behind paywalls. This is not how science is supposed to work. #OpenAccess #OpenScience via
Google Scholar - "the internet’s default scientific search engine —even more than Web of Science, PubMed, and Scopus”
You know how to search on Google, but searching for paywalled science articles requires something different
"Sixty-five of the 100 most cited [science] articles in history are behind paywalls" - nice read on the opening up of science journals
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You know how to search on Google, but searching for paywalled science articles requires something different
You know how to search on Google, but searching for paywalled science articles requires something different
Anurag Acharya: "[Google Scholar is] larger than the estimates that are out there,” and “an order of magnitude bigger than when we started".
"The paywall isn’t crumbling, but it might be eroding. The #OpenScience movement, with its free distribution of articles before their official publication, is a big reason." Interesting read via
It's Gonna Get a Lot Easier to Break Science Journal Paywalls via #openaccess
Scientific Search Engines Are Getting More Powerful #OpenScience
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We've been featured in ! Read more about how & why we should break through the paywall
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Is it going to get easier to break science journal paywalls? Scholarly search engines are getting more powerful, says #scholcomm #openaccess #scholarlypublishing #disruption
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Science Journal paywalls are eroding #openscience
"In that early-digital-music metaphor, the publishers are the record labels and the PDFs are MP3s. But you still need a Napster. That’s where open-science-powered search engines come in."
It's Gonna Get a Lot Easier to Break Science Journal Paywalls I love how such ideologues can't see that type of thing only hurts the little guys they claim to want to help.
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"Access to science is going to be a first-world privilege. That’s the opposite of what science is supposed to be about.” via
Interesting article with a ton more info than just about access: "It's Gonna Get a Lot Easier to Break Science Journal Paywalls" #oa #openaccess
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Crucial: „I'd draw a distinction between paying a journalistic outlet for its journalism and paying a scientific publisher for someone else's science.“ > #openaccess #oa #openscience #science #publishing #journalism
The rise of open science
"Understanding that vaccines are critical to public health and human-driven carbon emissions are un-terraforming the planet cannot be the purview of the one percent." via
“Access to science is going to be a first-world privilege. That’s the opposite of what science is supposed to be about.” - says Guy Geltner. #openscience #OpenAccess
The WIRED take on open article discovery/access > It's Gonna Get a Lot Easier to Break Science Journal Paywalls
It's Gonna Get a Lot Easier to Break Science Journal Paywalls . about google Scholar "“It’s larger than the estimates that are out there,” he says, and “an order of magnitude bigger than when we started.)"
Really great article by It's Gonna Get a Lot Easier to Break Science Journal Paywalls via
It's Gonna Get a Lot Easier to Break Science Journal Paywalls via
Here's the Wired article I'm referring to, in case you haven't seen it yet
It's Gonna Get a Lot Easier to Break Science Journal Paywalls
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Interesting overview
This article is highly underinformed: It's Gonna Get a Lot Easier to Break Science Journal Paywalls via
An overview of science paper search engines that somehow manages not to mention arXiv or any of the *Xivs except for an allusion to bioRxiv
Wired - Scientific Search Engines Are Getting More Powerful - about scientific (paper) search engines including Google Scholar and MS Academic
Scientific Search Engines Are Getting More Powerful | WIRED
Scientific Search Engines Are Getting More Powerful | WIRED