Archive for the ‘Conferences’ Category

February 24, 2011 Off

altmetrics11: Tracking scholarly impact on the Social Web

By in CFP, Conferences, e-Science, Social Media, Web 2.0

Tweet Koblenz (Germany), 14-15 June 2011 An ACM Web Science Conference 2011 Workshop Keynote: Mike Thelwall, University of Wolverhampton: “Evaluating online evidence of research impact” Call for papers The increasing quantity and velocity of scientific output is presenting scholars with a deluge of data. There is growing concern that scholarly output may be swamping traditional [...]

August 11, 2010 2

Science Online London 2010

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Tweet There is only a bunch of tickets left for one of the most exciting annual events in the area of ICT for science. Hosted by Mendeley, Nature and the British Library, the second edition of Science Online London (3-4 September 2010) promises to bring together hackers, academics, publishers and startups in the field of [...]

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June 4, 2009 0

Science Online London 2009

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Tweet If you are interested in scientific blogging and collaborative tools for research and happen to be in the UK this summer, here’s an event not to be missed: Science Online London 2009 will explore the latest trends in science online. How is the Web affecting the work of researchers, science communicators, journalists, librarians, educators, [...]

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March 4, 2009 1

Scientific Publications 3.0

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Tweet Interdisciplines.org is hosting an electronic conference (sponsored by the Liquid Publications project) on the impact of Web 2.0 technologies on the format of a scientific paper and, more generally, on their effect on knowledge production practices in the scientific community. It currently features three target articles open to online discussion: What Science can learn [...]

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July 14, 2008 5

Science in the 21st Century

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Tweet (Conference announcement via Gerry McKiernan) Science in the 21st Century: Science, Society, and Information Technology Waterloo, Ontario, Sep 8-12, 2008. Times are changing. In the earlier days, we used to go to the library, today we search and archive our papers online. We have collaborations per email, hold telephone seminars, organize virtual networks, write [...]

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