Archive for the ‘Surveys’ Category

February 10, 2011 Off

Why do scientists (not) contribute to Wikipedia?

By in Collaboration, Social Media, Surveys, Wikis

Tweet An excellent article published last month in the Chronicle celebrates Wikipedia’s 10th anniversary by observing that today the project doesn’t represent “the bottom layer of authority, nor the top, but in fact the highest layer without formal vetting” and, as such, it can serve as “an ideal bridge between the validated and unvalidated Web”. [...]

May 13, 2010 5

Share your views on Open Access

By in Surveys, Writing

Tweet Project SOAP (Study of Open Access Publishing) is a two-year project, funded by the European Commission under FP7. The project is currently running a survey to understand the perception of Open Access publishing in the academic/research community. You can participate in the survey by following this link. Participants sharing their email address for further [...]

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March 17, 2010 3

Scientific Publishing and Web 2.0 survey: Call for participants

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Tweet Judith Simon and Diego Ponte from the LiquidPub project are seeking participants for a a survey about scientific publishing and the Web 2.0. The aim of the survey is to gauge the potential acceptance of a Web 2.0 inspired production and dissemination of scientific publications by different scientific communities and by practitioners. The survey [...]

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November 5, 2009 1

Technology and collaboration: A survey

By in Collaboration, e-Science, Social Media, Software, Surveys, Web 2.0

Tweet My colleague Alastair is conducting a survey about online academic collaboration, use of tools and attitudes to technology in the Academia as part of the Qlectives project. All participants who supply an email address (and complete the questionnaire by the 14 November) will be entered into a prize draw.

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