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Building a Tool to Find Translated Scientific Articles

You know an article exists, but cannot read its language. So you go to our tool, paste the Digital Object Identifier of the article and get a list with translated versions. You manage your articles in a reference manager and notice that an article on your reading list is now also available in your mother tongue.

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Speedy Literature Reviews Using Wikidata and Mining Tools

CEVOpen is an open research project developing open-source tools to enable search tools for Open Access repositories. The project has a prototype tooling that can enable ‘search configurations’ to search large quantities of open research literature—for example speeding up literature reviews. CEVOpen is looking for other research groups who would like to make use of its technology and explore scientific literature to tackle global challenges.

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Leaving No One Behind – On the Intersection of Open Science, Knowledge (In-)Equity and Inclusive Education in the North-South Divide

“From West to the Rest” (Grech 2011, 88) – this is what is being said in the context of inclusive education under a postcolonial perspective. Inclusive Education can be seen as a form of (‘western’) cultural imperialism is being said elsewhere (Haskell 1998). And yes, by looking behind the curtain of the globally understood concept of inclusive education it becomes clear that all that glitters is not gold.

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