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Misconduct Taints Retracted Research Study Finds

Misconduct Widespread in Retracted Science Papers, Study Finds Carl Zimmer New York Times, October 1, 2012 A recent study of retracted articles in biomedical publications finds misconduct as the primary reason in three-quarters of the articles reviewed.  The authors of … Continue reading

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Creating Direct Links to Online Articles

As you’re constructing your required reading lists, consider using proxy-enabled links. When you link to articles, rather than post them to Blackboard or e-mail them, it gives the library a more accurate count of resource usage and avoids gray areas … Continue reading

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Researchers Boycott Elsevier Journals

Mathematicians Organize Boycott of a Publisher By Thomas Lin New York Times – February 13, 2012 As many of you might know, the issue of open access and journal publishers making money from unpaid authors has been a contentious issue … Continue reading

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