Academia tries out open in response to Ebola | Bryan Alexander 2014-11-01


"How has academia shared its resources openly in response to the Ebola crisis?*  Have we used technology to make a difference? Here are some examples: Oxford University Press opened up fifty scientific articles.  These are from scholarly journals like Clinical Infectious Diseases and the Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy. An Ebola MOOC appeared from Alison. Another scholarly publisher, Wolters Kluwer, has published an Ebola information site ..."


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Date tagged:

11/01/2014, 18:16

Date published:

11/01/2014, 14:16