"Releasing a preprint is associated with more attention and citations for the peer-reviewed article"
New paper published, privilege, service learning
Have a new paper out today, "Issues of Privilege in University Service-Learning" - https://ojs.library.queensu.ca/index.php/ijsle/article/view/13197
Anything that I've given up on or never intended to submit anywhere I just list as "non-peer reviewed publications". Then point the link to the preprint.
There's a petition to Save the .org top level domain. Apparently, ICANN could still stop it from being sold.
I know, petitions rarely work, but I also know that _sometimes_ they do.
Please consider signing if you _run_ anything there, or if you _use_ or _care about_ anything that's on a .org domain. Also, boosting this to others who follow you, would be very much appreciated.
If you have a .org domain name: go renew it now. For the full 10 years.
Registration rights for .org were just bought by a private equity firm. And as part of that contract, the price caps were removed.
Anything in .org will get much more expensive, soon.
A ten year renewal will cost you a bit over a hundred bucks. Which is probably less than one year will cost you in the very near future.
For sure, that is probably true. I just don't particularly agree with the notability criteria. And that criteria is very randomly applied/enforced.
This article is bad and the authors should feel bad.
"...we can all but guarantee you won’t be going back [to Machu Picchu] there again unless you were begged." Definitely not true for me.
Any wikipedians want to help flesh out an article? I got in trouble...
I saw you post on someone else's thread.
Not sure I need another journal to worry about at the moment. Already struggling with one as it is: tjoe.org
I do appreciate efforts for alternative forms of publishing though.
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