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  • 1. Science 2.0
    @PeterKraker
    #wcg11 #bcg11
  • 2. Science and Knowledge Management
  • 3. “One of the diseases of this age is the multiplicity of books; they doth so overcharge the world that it is not able to digest the abundance of idle matter that is every day hatched and brought forth into the world. “
    “It‘s always the other author(s) who publishes too much and “pollutes“, “floods”, “eutroficates” the literature, never me”
    Science and Knowledege Management
    Barnaby Rich, 1613 (zit. nach Price)
    Author of 26 books
    Barnaby Rich Effect:
    Braun and Zsindely, 1985
  • 4. Science and Knowledege Management
    Information overload is not a contemporary problem
    Science has been growing exponentially for the last 400 years (Price, 1961)
    Papers (Larsen/von Ins, 2010)
    Scientists (NSF, 2010)
    Price, 1961
    extendedbyLeydesdorff (2008)
  • 5. Science and Knowledege Management
    Consequences
    Simultaneous/repeated discoveries
    Scientific paper fails (largely) as a means of knowledge transfer
    Practices
    “Invisible colleges” (Robert K. Merton)
    Knowledge transfer through collaboration rather than papers
  • 6. Recent developments in the light of Web 2.0
    Dissemination via Preprints and Open Archives
    Collaborative reference management
    Mendeley: ~ 80 million papers
    Opening up of the research process: Open Science, Open Notebook Science
    Knowledge Transfer in Social Networks
    Use of “generic” tools such as newsgroups, blogs, Twitter, Google Docs
    The Web (2.0) shapes and changes research practices = Science 2.0
  • 7. How can I use Web 2.0 for my research?
  • 8. Mendeley – Reference Management
  • 9. Mendeley – Social Networking
  • 10. Mendeley – Research Papers
  • 11. Twitter – Groups and Keyword Searches
  • 12. Trend Detection using TEL Twitter Data
    http://stellar.know-center.tugraz.at/vis
  • 13. Comments? Questions? Pointers?
    @PeterKraker
    http://science20.wordpress.com
    http://mendeley.com/profiles/peter-kraker-2