Can spaced repetition help retain knowledge? It looks as an interesting question, because "how we learn" and apply remains an intense course of research with no qualitative or quantitative end points. This is in continuation of my quest for "personal knowedge interface (written about it earlier). First the summary (I have included the PDF following … Continue reading Readwise: Towards a quest for personal knowledge interface-Part 2
Grigori Guitchounts writes: Springer Nature argues that the high APC — a fee that, in theory, is designed to cover production costs so that readers won’t have to — is warranted by its journals’ selectivity and editorial quality. Journals like Nature must handle and review many papers that ultimately get rejected, a spokesperson explained in November, but … Continue reading Is it success for open access movement?