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Workshop : web, blogs & social networks    Post-Graduate Study DaysGayané Adourian & Marion Sabourdy
Gayané ADOURIAN     Social media manager (Knowtex)Blogger, live-reporter, journalist (print & web)
Knowtex
Marion SABOURDYJournalist & social media manager (Echosciences Grenoble)       Member of the science center La Casemate
Echosciences Grenoble
Science « 1.0 »Publications                                                            Separated subjects                 ...
Science « 2.0 »
Science « 2.0 » Tweets                                                                  Dataviz              Open access  ...
Some (web) tools
Science blogs
Tumblr
Micro-blogging
Bookmarking, watching
Curating
Curating
References managers
Scientific Social Networks
List of 20 sciencesocial network, by@Audrey_Bardon
Some Twitter accounts &   websites to follow
@phylogenomics        @pauloblikstein      @elaineReganKCL                      Researchers@maliciarogue (PHD)    @dellybe...
@carlzimmer    @edyong209     @BoraZ  Science journalists & bloggers                            @sciencetext @Laelaps     ...
@Exploratorium   @ScienceGallery     @Le_Museum     Science centers & museums                 @phaeno_WOB       @Museoscie...
@toaberlin      @esof             @ecsite             Events @sxsw       @linuxsymposium   @nuitchercheurs
@GayaneAdourian     gayane@knowtex.com         @Fuzzyraptormarion.sabourdy@ccsti-grenoble.org
PHD Workshop about Web, Blogs and Social Networks at Journées Hubert Curien
PHD Workshop about Web, Blogs and Social Networks at Journées Hubert Curien
PHD Workshop about Web, Blogs and Social Networks at Journées Hubert Curien
PHD Workshop about Web, Blogs and Social Networks at Journées Hubert Curien
PHD Workshop about Web, Blogs and Social Networks at Journées Hubert Curien
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Workshop with Marion Sabourdy from Echosciences (Grenoble) during Hubert Curien's Days 2012 at Nancy

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    1. 1. Workshop : web, blogs & social networks Post-Graduate Study DaysGayané Adourian & Marion Sabourdy
    2. 2. Gayané ADOURIAN Social media manager (Knowtex)Blogger, live-reporter, journalist (print & web)
    3. 3. Knowtex
    4. 4. Marion SABOURDYJournalist & social media manager (Echosciences Grenoble) Member of the science center La Casemate
    5. 5. Echosciences Grenoble
    6. 6. Science « 1.0 »Publications Separated subjects Archives MailsPeer reviewers Conferences, posters… Journals
    7. 7. Science « 2.0 »
    8. 8. Science « 2.0 » Tweets Dataviz Open access Science bloggingOnline courses, videos, conferences Reference managers
    9. 9. Some (web) tools
    10. 10. Science blogs
    11. 11. Tumblr
    12. 12. Micro-blogging
    13. 13. Bookmarking, watching
    14. 14. Curating
    15. 15. Curating
    16. 16. References managers
    17. 17. Scientific Social Networks
    18. 18. List of 20 sciencesocial network, by@Audrey_Bardon
    19. 19. Some Twitter accounts & websites to follow
    20. 20. @phylogenomics @pauloblikstein @elaineReganKCL Researchers@maliciarogue (PHD) @dellybean @thomaslandrain (PHD)
    21. 21. @carlzimmer @edyong209 @BoraZ Science journalists & bloggers @sciencetext @Laelaps @maggiekb1 @sciencebase
    22. 22. @Exploratorium @ScienceGallery @Le_Museum Science centers & museums @phaeno_WOB @Museoscienza@Mciencia_VA
    23. 23. @toaberlin @esof @ecsite Events @sxsw @linuxsymposium @nuitchercheurs
    24. 24. @GayaneAdourian gayane@knowtex.com @Fuzzyraptormarion.sabourdy@ccsti-grenoble.org
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