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Web 2.0 Community Building Strategies: The World of Science 2.0

Web 2.0 Community Building Strategies: The World of Science 2.0

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Title: Web 2.0 Community Building Strategies: The World of Science 2.0
Author: Dupuis, John
Abstract: Science is a collaborative, incremental enterprise. Large teams must work together on massive long-term projects, working toward common goals and creating joint scholarly outputs. Scientists also have to deal with information overload like everyone else with countless journals, conferences and blogs vying for their attention. Science is also becoming data oriented, with the computational analysis of huge datasets (genomic, geospatial, astrophysical) and the modeling of complex systems (climatological, chemical, biomechanical) becoming a core activity in most disciplines. Scitech academics and publishers are reacting to all these forces as well as the pressure from Open Access publishing by becoming more innovative in the features and services that they are offering. What are some of the lessons that the library community can learn from their experiences?
Subject: Web 2.0, Science 2.0, Social Networks
Type: Presentation
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10315/2524
Date: 2009-02-12

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