Accelerating access to biomedical evidence

Blogging Break- Teaching takes priority

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Just in case some publisher thinks my well of  ideas has dried up, I am actually teaching an online library science class that concludes in December, including  reading and critiquing a large number of semester papers and final grading.   I should be back to regular persistent blogging about open access and biomedicine by December 15th.    This blog has been visited by readers in over 112 countries in just 10 months of existence, and I am happy to have chosen such a internationally relevant set of issues.

One quick note:   The Digital Library of Information Science & Technology (DLIST) at the University of Arizona’s Institutional Repository is back online, and I hope some of my students deposit their papers (after absorbing and adjusting for my comments, of  course).


Wed, November 17 2010 » Uncategorized

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