Twitter Weekly Updates for 2011-09-26

  • The Daily Papert http://t.co/hpkUkaCV. Technology doesn’t do anything. People do… #
  • Academic journals remain unnecessary and unhealthy whilst open access archives such as arXiv continue to grow. http://t.co/dP2TyF1T #
  • Procrastination: On Writing Tomorrow What You Should Have Written Last Year http://t.co/z1mHd2qb #
  • UCLA Researchers Use iPhone to Track Parkinson’s Disease http://t.co/qHguaadG #
  • Disgruntled College Student Starts ‘UnCollege’ to Challenge System http://t.co/SeckkdVt #
  • Reforming Peer Review. What are the practical steps? http://t.co/T6qKI1fh #
  • @scaprogramme @mpaskevi We’re discussing moving our faculty journal from print-based to online and open access. You want to chat? #
  • RT @ambrouk: Annotem: an open-source journal authoring and publishing platform based on WordPress bit.ly/oG8LXF…was missing the “F” #
  • @scaprogramme Also, interested in moving away from the concept of the “paper” as the manifestation of results. Study can embody so much more #
  • @scaprogramme Like the idea of author profiles, research notes, linking to prev/followup studies i.e. expanding the “footprint” of the study #
  • @scaprogramme #Annotum also looks like it has potential. The thing about #OJS is that it replicates the traditional model http://ht.ly/6y00k #
  • Annotem: an open-source journal authoring and publishing platform based on WordPress – YouTube http://t.co/nFDS9gqc #
  • @scaprogramme This is great, thanks for pointing it out. Will follow up and let you know how we’re getting on 🙂 #
  • @mpaskevi Thanks very much. Seems like OJS is quite popular, noticed IRRODL runs on it too. Intrigued with WP possibility #

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2011-09-19

  • @edtechdev never thought about using WP, might be interesting to explore. Thanks for that #
  • Looking for open source journal management software with “social” components. Any1 have any experience with any of these http://ow.ly/6xBD0 #
  • @mpaskevi looking for journal management tools, want faculty journal to go open access. Any experience with any of these http://ow.ly/6xBAU #
  • @ihorpona Not necessarily, but beautiful spaces can be inspiring. The aesthetics may add value over and above the physical space…? #
  • @RonaldArendse when you die #
  • UCT moving towards open education practices http://t.co/0hSK5Ad #
  • Rethinking e-Portfolios http://t.co/TxAFYj6. Nice overview of the different uses of portfolios #
  • via @perkinswill_EDU: beautiful learning spaces http://t.co/yn7v5PZ #BLC11 #
  • What improvements in medical education will lead to better health for individuals and populations? http://t.co/8s3BBGY #
  • @whataboutrob Haven’t read 1 or 2 yet. Just finished Book 1 of GoT, also almost finished Girl who played with fire…it’s OK #
  • Does God Exist? Ricky Gervais Takes Your Questions – Speakeasy – WSJ http://t.co/VmSg7k3 #
  • A Holiday Message from Ricky Gervais: Why I’m An Atheist http://t.co/XzjZURb #
  • @whataboutrob Very cool. Loving Game of Thrones btw, you read Waylander II? Have another copy if you want it. How was London? #