- RT @cazzerson: Come work with us! RT @code4lib: Job: Digital Technologies Development Librarian at North Carolina State University http: … 2012-03-30
- RT @Layar: Layar 6.2 is available now for iPhone and Android. It comes with a great new feature: AR Video. Check it out! … 2012-03-30
- RT @researchremix: new post: total-impact awarded $125k Sloan grant! @jasonpriem @researchremix http://t.co/LCPXZVm0 2012-03-30
- RT @Reaxys: InChI here, InChI there, InChIs everyhwere – how Elsevier uses InChI in SciVerse and Reaxys #acssandiego room 27A 11.25am 2012-03-29
- RT @Stew: Nice work @CameronNeylon (and @PLoS)! RT @p_binfield Fabulous new hire at PLoS – Cameron Neylon 2012-03-27
- RT @kejames: What’s not to love about this? MT @GrrlScientist Penguin poo viewed from space reveals new Antarctic colony locations http: … 2012-03-25
- RT @MyOpenArchive: Altmetrics in the Wild: Towards Creating a Live CV http://t.co/WcOZjMDi 2012-03-24
- RT @ReaderMeter: #altmetrics in the wild just hit the Wikipedia research mailing list, hope the two communities discover each other soon … 2012-03-24
- RT @morloca: What’s wrong with http://t.co/nnO0xY0d, http://t.co/e8ewpesU and ResearchGate? Answer: http://t.co/XXgNOpMv on @Quora 2012-03-24
Archive for the 'science 2.0' Category
Article by Rafael: “Offering their content through open APIs, publishers and platform providers can present researchers with application building tools based on more comprehensive content. In fact, publishers and platform providers have an opportunity to serve as the host of the new scientific knowledge ecosystem that is evolving.”
Lengthy and detailed interview with Cameron Neylon touching on just about everything related to Open Science.
The videos of the Belgrade lectures are now loaded on the University of Belgrade Library’s YouTube channel.
The second day’s presentation was the more interesting topic and a better presentation overall, so I am going to highlight it first. A written overview of the highlights, key diagrams, and slides is here and the playlist for the second lecture is embedded below:
The first day’s presentation was titled From Academic Library 2.0 to (Literature) Research 2.0. A written overview of the highlights, key diagrams, and slides is located here and the playlist is embedded below:
I look forward to any feedback you might have on either presentation.