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The best academic blogs

The best academic blogs

Struggling to make sense of academia? These bloggers get it. Our pick of the 9 best academic blogs out there. Academic cultural critique is best served in blog form. Thankfully, there are a slew of academic blogs on the interwebs, waiting to dish.

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How information analytics can help researchers and clinicians

How information analytics can help researchers and clinicians

The amount of scientific knowledge being created is huge, with growth estimated to be doubling every nine years, according to a 2014 study by researchers at the Max Planck Society and ETH Zurich. “Nobody can keep up with it,” said Dr.
https://www.elsevier.com/connect/how-information-analytics-can-help-researchers-and-clinicians

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A Festival for Persistent Identifiers

A Festival for Persistent Identifiers

“Open identifiers deserve their own festival” say the organisers of PIDapalooza and if you have any interest in Persistent Identifiers (PIDs) then this is the event for you.
https://researchdata.jiscinvolve.org/wp/2018/02/06/pidapalooza18/

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How GDPR changes the rules for research

How GDPR changes the rules for research

https://iapp.org/news/a/how-gdpr-changes-the-rules-for-research/

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The Blogger’s Guide to GDPR : General Data Protection Regulation

The Blogger’s Guide to GDPR : General Data Protection Regulation

https://support.pipdig.co/articles/gdpr-for-bloggers/

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Enter Once, Reuse Often

Enter Once, Reuse Often

https://orcid.org/blog/2018/05/24/enter-once-reuse-often

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Why GDPR matters for research

Why GDPR matters for research

https://blog.esrc.ac.uk/2018/05/25/why-gdpr-matters-for-research/

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Germany Turns the Table on Elsevier, as a De Facto Country-Level Transition to Open Access Puts Pressure on Publishers

Germany Turns the Table on Elsevier, as a De Facto Country-Level Transition to Open Access Puts Pressure on Publishers

https://oab.hypotheses.org/30

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As it Becomes a Science Superpower, China Bets on Open Access for its Global Data Sharing and Research Initiatives

As it Becomes a Science Superpower, China Bets on Open Access for its Global Data Sharing and Research Initiatives

https://oab.hypotheses.org/38

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Open Access Publishers Team Up to Promote Cost Transparency, in a Bid to Speed Up the Transition to Open Science

Open Access Publishers Team Up to Promote Cost Transparency, in a Bid to Speed Up the Transition to Open Science

https://openscience.com/open-access-publishers-team-up-to-promote-cost-transparency-in-a-bid-to-speed-up-the-transition-to-open-science/

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