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@Kauship1 @MissVagnozzi @AcademicChatter @ResearchGate #ResearchGate is Invaluable - when I left US, I also lost library access. For researchers from countries/institutions wt little/no library access to research pubs #OpenAccess is necessity not optional. also, it doesn’t hv ads n I hope it stays that way!
@MissVagnozzi @ignaciojduran @AcademicChatter @ResearchGate Being able to widen access to papers is one of the things that I like so far about it. There have been several papers I've not been able to find access to through my university, but I was able to contact the author through RG. I'm glad to hear someone else mention this!
@basmahassan @MissVagnozzi @AcademicChatter @ResearchGate I like the Q+A section but warning it’s not great if you have FOMU (fear of messing up). I go on there to check one aspect of protocol and end up feeling like I have to rip up everything I ever thought I knew about science https://t.co/FrBFUSnMgT
@Peter_shirley I abandoned the home page I started to blogger. (love blogger; my failings there). So I will maintain this list, and request a copy if the paper is not public there (@ResearchGate makes that smooth) https://t.co/8mMzxs9uPt
@lusseau I tend not to care much for these things, but I am quite happy about this one for two reasons: 1/3 https://t.co/az5N0uHJnH via @researchgate
@detenber @ResearchGate why do you let people post plagiarized articles? Why do you allow "feedback" to be posted that is a sham? @ResearchGate is a forum, not a neutral platform and monitoring content is part of your job. Neglect it and real scholars will flee.
@thatbleepystuff @MissVagnozzi @ResearchGate @AcademicChatter RG is great but they are ridiculously subjective in deciding who can have a free account. I do not understand why they need to act as gatekeepers to knowledge in this way. They aren't meant to be running a cathedral.
@thatabdulmojeed @borie_nla @BashorunGa_ I predicted it immediately they started lock down and I wrote a paper on that in peer-review stage and sent to WHO already and preprint servers on @ResearchGate @SN_Authors ECONOMIC IMPACT of COVID-19 on Animal Production: its effects on animal products and producers.
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