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Serving up and consuming community content for chemists using wikis
Serving up and consuming community content for chemists using wikis
Serving up and consuming community content for chemists using wikis
Serving up and consuming community content for chemists using wikis
Serving up and consuming community content for chemists using wikis
Serving up and consuming community content for chemists using wikis
Serving up and consuming community content for chemists using wikis
Serving up and consuming community content for chemists using wikis
Serving up and consuming community content for chemists using wikis
Serving up and consuming community content for chemists using wikis
Serving up and consuming community content for chemists using wikis
Serving up and consuming community content for chemists using wikis
Serving up and consuming community content for chemists using wikis
Serving up and consuming community content for chemists using wikis
Serving up and consuming community content for chemists using wikis
Serving up and consuming community content for chemists using wikis
Serving up and consuming community content for chemists using wikis
Serving up and consuming community content for chemists using wikis
Serving up and consuming community content for chemists using wikis
Serving up and consuming community content for chemists using wikis
Serving up and consuming community content for chemists using wikis
Serving up and consuming community content for chemists using wikis
Serving up and consuming community content for chemists using wikis
Serving up and consuming community content for chemists using wikis
Serving up and consuming community content for chemists using wikis
Serving up and consuming community content for chemists using wikis
Serving up and consuming community content for chemists using wikis
Serving up and consuming community content for chemists using wikis
Serving up and consuming community content for chemists using wikis
Serving up and consuming community content for chemists using wikis
Serving up and consuming community content for chemists using wikis
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Serving up and consuming community content for chemists using wikis

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Wikipedia has become the world’s most famous encyclopedia using as it’s platform the MediaWiki open source software. The software is supported not only by the MediaWiki foundation but by a community …

Wikipedia has become the world’s most famous encyclopedia using as it’s platform the MediaWiki open source software. The software is supported not only by the MediaWiki foundation but by a community of developers who build widgets and add-ons to extend the capabilities. This presentation will review how MediaWiki has been used as a container for a number of resources of value to chemists, specifically SciMobileApps, SciDBs and ScientistsDB holding content regarding mobile scientific apps, scientific databases and scientists. We will also review how chemistry content within Wikipedia has been used to enhance the content underlying the RSC ChemSpider database and how the platform supports an educational environment for chemistry students.

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  • However, current ChemSpider user interface is not student friendly. IT contains too much information which is irrelevant to school students. Martin’s first project is developing a simpler ‘student interface’ for less experienced users. Called a substance page, being developed in our wiki environment, contains only physical data and spectra plus some information imported from wikipedia. Also has the lewis version of the structure, important because students are not introduced to skeletal forms until the later stages of A-level
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    • 1. Serving up and consuming community content for chemists using wikisDavid Sharpe, Antony Williams, Alexey Pshenichnov, Valery Tkachenko, Aileen Day and Sean Ekins ACS Philadelphia August 2012
    • 2. Wikis
    • 3. Collaborative Knowledge Managementfor Chemists – Wikipedia, Built by a Network
    • 4. Collaborative Authoring for Drug Discovery Pfizerpedia
    • 5. and biologists…WikiProteins
    • 6. WikiProteins
    • 7. So many Scientific Wikis…
    • 8. www.SciMobileApps.com
    • 9. www.SciDBs.com
    • 10. www.ScientistsDB.com
    • 11. And of different “flavors” Not all MediaWiki!
    • 12. Wikis are “collaborative environments”…for anything!
    • 13. RSC eLearning The Initial Vision of RSC eLearning  From last two years of secondary school to end of undergraduate  Integrated to a small slice of ChemSpider  Introduction of more educational “games”: Chemistry quizzes – e.g reactions  Hosting training/educational resources  Integrate to existing RSC websites  An environment of participation. It’s a WIKI!
    • 14. ChemSpider is too much… Simplified interface …..to this From this…..
    • 15. Substance Pages
    • 16. Substance Pages
    • 17. Quizzes
    • 18. Fill in the Blank
    • 19. Immediate Answers
    • 20. Submit Structures as Answers!
    • 21. Participation!!!
    • 22. Lab Experiments
    • 23. Tutorials
    • 24. A Growing Wiki Resource
    • 25. Acknowledgments RSC|Learn Chemistry team RSC|ChemSpider team – especially Aileen Day as technical lead on Learn Chemistry. Alexey Pshenichnov for SpectraSchool. Learn Chemistry Wiki: Martin Walker, Potsdam U. iChemLabs (ChemDoodle Components) GGA Software Services LLC: Ketcher
    • 26. Thank youEmail: williamsa@rsc.orgBlog: www.chemconnector.comSLIDES: www.slideshare.net/AntonyWilliams

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