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July 11, 2014 – 7:41 am |

Please save the date for Ms. Magazine and the Fembot Collective’s Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon + Hack-a-Thon, sponsored by the Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism, the Fembot Collective, Ms. Magazine, and the University of Oregon’s Center for the Study of Women in Society.
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CFP: Ada, Issue 8, “Gender, Globalization and the Digital”

February 8, 2014 – 11:12 am |
CFP: Ada, Issue 8, “Gender, Globalization and the Digital”

Ada: A Journal of Gender, New Media, and Technology
Issue 8: Gender, Globalization and the Digital
Edited by Adeline Koh and Roopika Risam
We invite contributions to a peer-reviewed special issue that investigates the conditions of women and gender studies within digital spaces and cultures around the world. According to the popular internet …

Public Access Policy for U.S. funded Research

May 24, 2012 – 2:11 pm |
We the people: your voice in our government

Open access advocates have created a White House petition asking the President to consider expanding the Public Access Policy of the NIH http://publicaccess.nih.gov/ to cover all journal articles generated from federally-funded research.
The White House’s petition platform stipulates that any petition receiving more than 25,000 signatures requires a response from the …

“Kill Peer Review or Reform It?”

April 2, 2012 – 7:19 am |
“Kill Peer Review or Reform It?”

Read this piece from Inside Higher Ed to hear other scholars asking the same questions we are! An excerpt:
“To many knowing nods in the room, [Aaron J.] Barlow argued that the traditional system of blind peer review — in which submissions are sent off to reviewers, whose judgments then determine …