This week I recommend the following posts and papers:

1. SHERPA/RoMEO. This post is about the tool SHERPA/RoMEO, launched by the University of Nottingham in the United Kingdom, which allow us to find out how to legally host your own papers. Link

2. Absolutely Maybe. This post is about statistical significance and its part in science downfalls. Very interesting for PhD Candidates. Link

3. Beyond Open Access: understanding science’s closures. This post analyzes Open Access from different points of view: Money, bureaucracy, peer review, discourses of scarcity, policies of openness, expressions of expertise, debate, and secrecy and control of sensitive information. Link

4. Book Review: The Impact of Research in Education: An International Perspective. This book analyses efforts and systems in nine countries to mobilize research knowledge, describing the various factors that support or inhibit that work. Link