Electronic information resources
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[Article] Andrea Reichenberger (2018) How to Teach History of Philosophy and Science: A Digital Based Case Study. Transversal: International Journal for the Historiography of Science (pp. 84-99).
[Article] Judy Wajcman; Heather Ford (August 2017) ‘Anyone can edit’, not everyone does: Wikipedia’s infrastructure and the gender gap. Social Studies of Science (pp. 511-527).
[Article] Pollen, Annebella (2013) Research Methodology in Mass Observation Past and Present: “Scientifically, about as Valuable as a Chimpanzee's Tea Party at the Zoo”?. History Workshop Journal (p. 213).