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Researchers Changing the Way We Respond to Epidemics with Wikipedia and Twitter

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Media response: forecasting diseases using Wikipedia

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Moving On, Open Access and Science Communication Impact

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Wikimania: We need to choose the main stream over our small pool

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ASAP Awards Finalists announced

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Wassup, Wikipedia? Oh … wow!

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Reusing, Revising, Remixing and Redistributing Research

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SciWriteLabs #2: Reuters’ Ivan Oransky and Wired’s Adam Rogers on sources v. subjects & more on the factchecking debate

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Advice for scientists who want to become Wikipedia editors

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