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Science and Technology Studies: The Next Twenty: Does Science & Technology Studies Matter and to Whom (Lecture 1 of 7) Harvard | 2011

In this session of the conference, Theodore Porter (UCLA) and Andrew Jewett (Harvard) discuss the relationship of Scienc...

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Science and Technology Studies: The Next Twenty: Economics, and Sociology (Lecture 4 of 7) Harvard | 2011

In this session of the conference, Pierre-Benoit Joly (Paris-Est and IFRIS) and David Stark (Columbia) discuss how STS r...

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Science and Technology Studies: The Next Twenty: Politics, and Public Management (Lecture 3 of 7) Harvard | 2011

In this session of the conference, Andrew Lakoff (USC) and Alan Irwin (Copenhagen Business School) discuss the role STS...

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Science and Technology Studies: The Next Twenty: Law (Lecture 2 of 7) Harvard | 2011

In this session of the conference, Sheila Jasanoff (Harvard) and Douglas Kysar (Yale) discuss the recent edited volume...

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Science and Technology Studies: The Next Twenty: Public Sphere (Lecture 5 of 7) Harvard | 2011

Beginning with a provocation from Sheila Jasanoff (Harvard), this session of the conference discusses how the public sph...

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Science and Technology Studies: The Next Twenty: Opening the Black Box (Lecture 7 of 7) Harvard | 2011

Trevor Pinch (Cornell) provokes this session of the conference by looking at where STS has gone and where it is going. D...

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Science and Technology Studies: The Next Twenty: Defining the Boundaries (Lecture 6 of 7) Harvard | 2011

In this session of the conference, Kaushik Sunder Rajan (Chicago) gives a provocation for STS scholars to think again ab...

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Introduction to User Experience

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Why Technology?

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Conversations with History - Jacques Bouchard

"Nuclear Power and the Challenges of Global Climate Change and Nuclear Proliferation"Jacques Bouchard, French...

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Research Without Borders: Research With Borders: Data Management and Federal Funding - What Researchers Need to Know (Lecture 19 of 21) Columbia University

New requirements from the National Science Foundation (NSF) and other federal agencies have brought data management and...

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Research Without Borders: Research Without Borders: Harnessing the Semantic Web for Scholarship (Lecture 20 of 21) Columbia University

The Semantic Web links data to other data via machine-readable information. Scholars from a wide variety of fields are a...

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Research Without Borders: Research Without Borders: Protests, Petitions and Publishing - Widening Access to Research in 2012 (Lecture 21 of 21) Columbia University

In the third event in the series "Research Without Borders," which addresses issues of copyright, research acc...

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Research Without Borders: Ten Years of Pub Med Central (Lecture 1 of 21) Columbia University

What can researchers expect next from PubMed Central? David Lipman, Director of the National Center for Biotechnology In...

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Research Without Borders: Final Impact: What Factors Really Matter (Lecture 3 of 21) Columbia University

A panel discussion on the debate about the best way to rank the importance and influence of scholarly publications. Pane...

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Research Without Borders: Communicating Climate Change Science (Lecture 4 of 21) Columbia University

Researchers often come up against the challenge of effectively communicating complex data to an audience beyond academia...

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Research Without Borders: The Future of Learned Societies (Lecture 5 of 21) Columbia University

James O'Donnell, Georgetown University Provost and Vice President for Publications of the American Philological Asso...

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Science and Technology Studies: The Next Twenty: Opening the Black Box (Lecture 7 of 7) Harvard | 2011

Trevor Pinch (Cornell) provokes this session of the conference by looking at where STS has gone and where it is going. D...

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Research Without Borders: Who Pays For Open Access? (Lecture 6 of 21) Columbia University

Is publishing an open-access journal good business? And for whom? Many in the academic community agree that the goal of...

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Why Technology?

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Research Without Borders: Research Without Borders: Protests, Petitions and Publishing - Widening Access to Research in 2012 (Lecture 21 of 21) Columbia University

In the third event in the series "Research Without Borders," which addresses issues of copyright, research acc...

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Research Without Borders: Research Without Borders: Harnessing the Semantic Web for Scholarship (Lecture 20 of 21) Columbia University

The Semantic Web links data to other data via machine-readable information. Scholars from a wide variety of fields are a...

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Research Without Borders: Research With Borders: Data Management and Federal Funding - What Researchers Need to Know (Lecture 19 of 21) Columbia University

New requirements from the National Science Foundation (NSF) and other federal agencies have brought data management and...

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Research Without Borders: Research Without Borders: Defining the Digital Humanities (Lecture 18 of 21) Columbia University

Digital humanities scholars are a diverse group whose work is the result of cross-pollination among humanities scholarsh...

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Research Without Borders: Research Without Borders: Models for Campus-Based Publishing (Lecture 17 of 21) Columbia University

As both academic libraries and university presses struggle with budget pressures and the increasing dominance of network...

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Research Without Borders: Working with Citizen Scientists (Lecture 16 of 21) Columbia University

Citizen scientists, members of the public who voluntarily contribute to scientific research projects, have informed rese...

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Research Without Borders: Crisis on Campus: Refiguring Teaching and Writing (Lecture 15 of 21) Columbia University

Mark C. Taylor, Chair of the Columbia University Department of Religion, discusses his proposals for reinventing higher...

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Research Without Borders: Radical Open Access in the Humanities (Lecture 14 of 21) Columbia University

Discover why open access is not only a viable option for the humanities, but a revolutionary one. Though more widely rec...

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Research Without Borders: The Promise of Peer Review (Lecture 13 of 21) Columbia University

In today's networked digital environment, is the peer review system the best way to recognize quality research and s...

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Research Without Borders: Know Your Rights: Who Really Owns Your Scholarly Works? (Lecture 12 of 21) Columbia University

In this panel discussion, experts on copyright law and scholarly publishing discuss how scholars and researchers can tak...

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Science and Technology Studies: The Next Twenty: Does Science & Technology Studies Matter and to Whom (Lecture 1 of 7) Harvard | 2011

In this session of the conference, Theodore Porter (UCLA) and Andrew Jewett (Harvard) discuss the relationship of Scienc...

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Science and Technology Studies: The Next Twenty: Economics, and Sociology (Lecture 4 of 7) Harvard | 2011

In this session of the conference, Pierre-Benoit Joly (Paris-Est and IFRIS) and David Stark (Columbia) discuss how STS r...

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Science and Technology Studies: The Next Twenty: Politics, and Public Management (Lecture 3 of 7) Harvard | 2011

In this session of the conference, Andrew Lakoff (USC) and Alan Irwin (Copenhagen Business School) discuss the role STS...

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Science and Technology Studies: The Next Twenty: Law (Lecture 2 of 7) Harvard | 2011

In this session of the conference, Sheila Jasanoff (Harvard) and Douglas Kysar (Yale) discuss the recent edited volume...

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Science and Technology Studies: The Next Twenty: Public Sphere (Lecture 5 of 7) Harvard | 2011

Beginning with a provocation from Sheila Jasanoff (Harvard), this session of the conference discusses how the public sph...

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Science and Technology Studies: The Next Twenty: Opening the Black Box (Lecture 7 of 7) Harvard | 2011

Trevor Pinch (Cornell) provokes this session of the conference by looking at where STS has gone and where it is going. D...

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Science and Technology Studies: The Next Twenty: Defining the Boundaries (Lecture 6 of 7) Harvard | 2011

In this session of the conference, Kaushik Sunder Rajan (Chicago) gives a provocation for STS scholars to think again ab...

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Introduction to User Experience

by MadTownDesigns
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Why Technology?

by Joel Tarr
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Conversations with History - Jacques Bouchard

"Nuclear Power and the Challenges of Global Climate Change and Nuclear Proliferation"Jacques Bouchard, French...

by Jacques Bouchard
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Science and Technology Studies: The Next Twenty: Does Science & Technology Studies Matter and to Whom (Lecture 1 of 7) Harvard | 2011

In this session of the conference, Theodore Porter (UCLA) and Andrew Jewett (Harvard) discuss the relationship of Scienc...

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Science and Technology Studies: The Next Twenty: Economics, and Sociology (Lecture 4 of 7) Harvard | 2011

In this session of the conference, Pierre-Benoit Joly (Paris-Est and IFRIS) and David Stark (Columbia) discuss how STS r...

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Science and Technology Studies: The Next Twenty: Politics, and Public Management (Lecture 3 of 7) Harvard | 2011

In this session of the conference, Andrew Lakoff (USC) and Alan Irwin (Copenhagen Business School) discuss the role STS...

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Science and Technology Studies: The Next Twenty: Law (Lecture 2 of 7) Harvard | 2011

In this session of the conference, Sheila Jasanoff (Harvard) and Douglas Kysar (Yale) discuss the recent edited volume...

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Science and Technology Studies: The Next Twenty: Public Sphere (Lecture 5 of 7) Harvard | 2011

Beginning with a provocation from Sheila Jasanoff (Harvard), this session of the conference discusses how the public sph...

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Science and Technology Studies: The Next Twenty: Opening the Black Box (Lecture 7 of 7) Harvard | 2011

Trevor Pinch (Cornell) provokes this session of the conference by looking at where STS has gone and where it is going. D...

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Science and Technology Studies: The Next Twenty: Defining the Boundaries (Lecture 6 of 7) Harvard | 2011

In this session of the conference, Kaushik Sunder Rajan (Chicago) gives a provocation for STS scholars to think again ab...

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Introduction to User Experience

by MadTownDesigns
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Why Technology?

by Joel Tarr
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Conversations with History - Jacques Bouchard

"Nuclear Power and the Challenges of Global Climate Change and Nuclear Proliferation"Jacques Bouchard, French...

by Jacques Bouchard
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