Twitter is opening up its full tweet archive to academic researchers for free

"Twitter is opening up its full tweet archive to academic researchers for free to help researchers better study online discourse and platform trends."

Source: The Verge, January 26, 2021, https://www.theverge.com/2021/1/26/22250203/twitter-academic-research-public-tweet-archive...

British History online free till April 30

Friends:

Because of the British lockdown the Institute of Historical Research in London has announced that it is adding temporary free access to its collection of transcriptions to the material already available through British History Online.  You can read more about this collection at https://blog.history.ac.uk/2020/03/british-history-online-makes-all-research-content-free-to-individual-users/

New Social Science and Humanities Open Marketplace (beta)

"The Beta release of the [Social Science and Humanities] Open Marketplace launches today and is available for public testing at  https://marketplace.sshopencloud.eu/.

The SSH Open Marketplace is a discovery portal designed to offer social sciences and humanities researchers the tools, software, datasets, training materials, and workflows they need to manage their data across the full research life cycle."

Smithsonian Archives to merge with Smithsonian Libraries

Smithsonian Libraries and Smithsonian Institution Archives Form Partnership

The Smithsonian Libraries and Smithsonian Institution Archives have announced that they are merging to become Smithsonian Libraries and Archives.  You can find a .pdf copy of the press release explaining the merger at https://library.si.edu/press

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