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It has been a pleasure to write for Scientific American and I will continue to read the excellent work of bloggers on the updated network.
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Bonnie J. M. Swoger is a Science and Technology Librarian at a small public undergraduate institution in upstate New York, SUNY Geneseo. She teaches students about the science literature, helps faculty and students with library research questions and leads library assessment efforts. She has a BS in Geology from St. Lawrence University, an MS in Geology from Kent State University and an MLS from the University at Buffalo. She would love to have some free time in which to indulge in hobbies. She blogs at the Undergraduate Science Librarian and can be found on twitter @bonnieswoger.
Is Nature’s “free to view” program a step back for open access?
By Bonnie Swoger on December 2, 2014
So long, Scientific American, and thanks for all the fishThe editors at Scientific American have decided to go in another direction with their blog network. As a result, our Information Culture blog will no longer be hosted on this network.