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Open Music Archive
The Open Music Archive is situated within the current discourse surrounding notions of authorship, ownership and distribution, reanimated by a porting of Free/Libre and Open Source software models to wider creative contexts. The O...

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The Boy Who Could Change the World
Article
2016
Electronic Frontier Foundation
Remembering the brief life of Aaron Swartz: programmer, activist, entrepreneur, community builder.

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En plein essor: Édition 2008 du rapport sur la recherche universitaire et la mobilisation du savoir
Book
2008
Un compte rendu détaillé de la R-D au Canada, plus particulièrement des activités du milieu universitaire.
Momentum: the 2008 report on university research and knowledge mobilization
Book
2008
An in-depth account of Canadian R&D with particular emphasis on research activities of the university sector.


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