Social and mobile: a threat to open access?

Online Information 2010

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This week, I’ve been at Online Information 2010 so managed to avoid the heavy snow at home. As a presenter, I had a free place so fortunately was able to stay for the whole three days. However, for a blogger this creates a problem – what do I include and exclude! So instead of trying to do that, I just want to focus on the theme highlighted by the keynote speaker, Dion Hinchcliffe, in his talk entitled “Network Shock: How the dominance of social and mobile are remaking life and business”.

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Legal Issues in Web 2.0 and Cloud Computing

Wax seal of Nathaniel Wells, a Monmouthshire Justice of the Peace

On 24th November I attended a training course organised by UKeIG on the legal issues related to Web 2.0 and cloud computing and presented by Charles Oppenheim. This was a useful reminder that while these technologies present the same legal challenges as other forms of on-line publication, such as including articles in institutional repositories, they also add their own specific complications.

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