Link Roundup March 2021

Cameron Cook

The documentary “Coded Bias” will be available on Netflix starting on April 5! We’ve recommended it in past blog posts and we hope you’ll give it a watch!

Virginia Tech will be hosting a panel called “Bring Your Own Brain! Celebrating Neurodiversity in STEM Careers” on April 28th.

Maij Xyooj

This article “Leveraging Open Science to Accelerate Research” from The New England Journal of Medicine argues for open science and suggests three strategies for how policymakers could harness open science and accelerate COVID-19 research.

Open Access Helper is a free browser extension that which taps into the databases of Unpaywall and CORE to help users find free and legal Open Access copies for paywalled articles.

Jennifer Patiño

Data for Black Lives is launching the #NoMoreDataWeapons campaign to increase public awareness of the use of what founder and executive director Yeshimabeit Milner refers to as Data Weapons, which are surveillance tools weaponized against Black and Brown communities, and build momentum around policy action.

Reframing Digital Humanities: Conversations with Digital Humanists grew out the Reframing Digital Humanities podcast by Julian Chambliss and is now available as an open access text.