#SLAtalk Roundup! Let’s Get Technical

Special thanks to IET for working with us on this installment of #SLAtalk, which covered topics such as Open Access in publishing, Big Data, trends and key differences in research techniques between new and veteran researchers, and assessing the credibility of sources.

Scroll through some of the best tweets below for great advice and links to other articles, resources, and events of interest!

 

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