“What more could art scholarship achieve if it were open?” (Watkins, 2015). Discuss, with particular reference to the adoption and promotion of open access within the Arts.

Originally posted on Rookie (almost) Librarian:
In the first year of my Masters, for the module INF6200 Academic and Workplace Library, Information and Knowledge Services, I had to write an essay about Open Access or Open Science and a topic of my choice. Of course I chose the arts as it’s something I’m interested in.…

FACEBOOK AND WORDPRESS – A NOTIFICATION YOU SHOULD READ

Originally posted on Serendipity Seeking Intelligent Life on Earth:
First the released my data to Cambridge Analytica. That led to having my identity stolen and my computer hacked. How many new ways can they find to become worthless? FROM WORDPRESS: You have probably gotten the same message via email, but in case you missed it…

Outdoor Photo Contest | Oregon Wild

Originally posted on Good Witches Homestead:
The 2018 submission window is open! Submit your photos by September 7, 2018, at midnight. See the 2017 winners here! Source: Outdoor Photo Contest | Oregon Wild Wild & Scenic – Water is life. The wild rivers and waterways of Oregon have sustained the living creatures and peoples of this land…

Picaroon Poetry – Issue #12 – May 2018

Originally posted on Picaroon Poetry:
The return of Picaroon Poetry! After nearly six months away while Kate had her baby, we are back. This issue carries a CN/TW for child abuse, mothers, miscarriage, alcoholism – just in case anyone needs it. Features 32 brand new poems by Rachel Burns, Marissa Glover, Charley Barnes, Maggie Sawkins,…