Science 2.0 – How the social web will change knowledge management in research?
by KMIRC, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University on Sep 29, 2013
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Science 2.0 deals with the investigation of new fields for research and development, originating from the application of new Web 2.0-based knowledge management technologies in all phases of research. ...
Science 2.0 deals with the investigation of new fields for research and development, originating from the application of new Web 2.0-based knowledge management technologies in all phases of research. Within this context, the recently founded "Leibniz Research Network Science 2.0” places the emphasis on the investigation of three Grand Challenges.
New Working Habits: How does the social web change working habits of researchers? How does it impact on today’s research and publication processes in different research disciplines?
Technology Development: How can Science 2.0 support existing research processes? How can knowledge management in research processes be innovated by Science 2.0 tools?
User Behaviour Research: Which new forms of scientific communication – within the research community and between the public and the research community – does Science 2.0 facilitate?
All mentioned research pillars address challenges which are of great importance for both, science and society. This is why 30 research institutes have formed the research network “Science 2.0”. Its objective is to investigate the research challenges related to Science 2.0 at the highest possible quality level. The talk will provide many examples and already developed solutions to better understand the scientific complexity and challenges associated with each of the above mentioned grand challenges.
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