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A publication of the Knowledge Futures Group
A space to discuss the digital infrastructure, policies, and cultures needed to distribute, constellate, and amplify knowledge for the public good.
5 Things with Ashley Farley, Program Officer of Knowledge and Research Services at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
Published: Apr 29, 2021
Finding excitement in open knowledge
Something's in the Water
Published: Apr 26, 2021
What is “misinformation” and how much does it actually permeate the news media we consume?
Discomfort with Gold OA
Published: Apr 22, 2021
Many open access publishing platforms are more like club memberships. What model would actually make publishing more accessible?
The Other Side of Data Analytics: Risks to Privacy, Equity, and Control
Published: Apr 19, 2021
What are the issues surrounding data analytics and how should organizations use data ethically?
Librarians' perceptions and motivations for supporting collaborative models for Open Access monographs
Published: Apr 02, 2021
With all the obstacles standing in the way, do librarians support open access monographs? Mirela shares results of a recent survey that could shed light on how to sustainably fund and support OA book publishing.
Set Them Free
Dasapta Erwin Irawan
Published: Mar 30, 2021
A Manifesto Toward Moving Beyond Academic Imperialism
Media Literacy Toolkit
Navigating the Information Landscape: A Media Literacy Toolkit Series
Published: Jun 30, 2020
To Secure the Tools We Need, We Need to Look Beyond “Media” and “Literacy”
The Internet isn’t just a technology, it’s an ecosystem
Learning to really see the Internet—its structure and pieces—can help us better care for it.
These journal prompts seek to inspire reflection and creativity that merges personal narrative and political consciousness amidst uncertainty.
read more from the Media Literacy Toolkit
Knowledge Infrastructure and the Role of the University
Jennie Rose Halperin
Labour of Love: An Open Access Manifesto for Freedom, Integrity, and Creativity in the Humanities and Interpretive Social Sciences
Andrea E. Pia
Filippo M. Zerilli
, and 5 more
In the open: TXTmob and Twitter
A Commentary on Textbooks in the Library Collection
Values and Principles Framework and Assessment Checklist
& 1 other
Human Rights, Racial Equality, & New Information Technologies: Mapping the Structural Threats
Center for Critical Internet Inquiry
The Promise Institute for Human Rights
Rapid sharing of COVID-19 research
Commonplace's new site identity
Ariel Noltimier Strauss
Published: Jul 24, 2020
Notes and inspiration from the team behind Commonplace's design
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Marbling by Ariel Noltimier Strauss
Site Design by Lukas Eigler-Harding