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Open Acess in developed and the countries in
   transition: Net and notworking issues




                 Danica Radovano...
Ipscientia - http://ipscientia.wordpress.com/
Serbian Wikipedia: 70 000 articles, 50 active editors
Collaborative action vs non-action// Networking vs Notworking?




       notworking vs networking
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Discussion - Q&A
Not/Networking, open access in developed and countries in transition Session
Not/Networking, open access in developed and countries in transition Session
Not/Networking, open access in developed and countries in transition Session
Not/Networking, open access in developed and countries in transition Session
Not/Networking, open access in developed and countries in transition Session
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Not/Networking, open access in developed and countries in transition Session

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Slides from afternoon session< January 17th 2009, ScienceOnline09 conference, RTP, USA
After short intro [i know some of you are expecting *words* on the slides, well...], there was interactive discussion

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Not/Networking, open access in developed and countries in transition Session

  1. 1. Open Acess in developed and the countries in transition: Net and notworking issues Danica Radovanovic http://www.danicar.org http://www.linkedin.com/in/danicar ScienceOnline09, Research Triangle Park, NC 17. January 2009.
  2. 2. Ipscientia - http://ipscientia.wordpress.com/
  3. 3. Serbian Wikipedia: 70 000 articles, 50 active editors
  4. 4. Collaborative action vs non-action// Networking vs Notworking? notworking vs networking
  5. 5. ! Discussion - Q&A

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