On the Agenda – Week 04, 2014

Nieuws | de redactie
30 januari 2014 | Is the ‘Golden Road’ an option or will it be too expensive? Also in this week’s ‘On the Agenda’: Will South East Asia follow in Erasmus Mundus’ footsteps, and why does blogging boost research productivity?

Take 1 – Open Access

@Rschon: Interesting piece by @ekansa looking for a public goods argument in support of open access (one not “neoliberal”)

@wowter: The increasing costs for Gold Open Access in the Netherland

@oatp: License reference the Open Access movement she rests on a misunderstanding?

Take 2 – Student Mobility

@Emmy_Arts: ASEAN inspired by Erasmus program to promote regional student mobility.

@KarinFisher: Interesting read in context of global student mobility: ‘Fragile five’ emerging nations in economic turmoil 

@CampusFrance: Student mobility. Educational statistics per country

Take 3 – R&D

@CMBuddle: Three reasons why blogging helps research productivity 

@Timeshighered: French Ministry of Higher Education & Research trying to bridge the gap between universities and the corporate world

@Independent: Cheaper, easier and without the ethical dilemma: Scientists hail astonishing breakthrough in stem cell research 

 …and this week on ScienceGuideEU

@ScienceGuideEU:  What do universities contribute to regional innovation and employment? Spin-offs and highly mobile students and researchers play a key role

@ScienceGuideEU:  “Participation is not more important than victory, participation is victory”. Dutch State Secretary for Science Sander Dekker pleads for the end of the paywall in Open Access

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