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Using Web 2.0 for your PhD
Using Web 2.0 for your PhD
Using Web 2.0 for your PhD
Using Web 2.0 for your PhD
Using Web 2.0 for your PhD
Using Web 2.0 for your PhD
Using Web 2.0 for your PhD
Using Web 2.0 for your PhD
Using Web 2.0 for your PhD
Using Web 2.0 for your PhD
Using Web 2.0 for your PhD
Using Web 2.0 for your PhD
Using Web 2.0 for your PhD
Using Web 2.0 for your PhD
Using Web 2.0 for your PhD
Using Web 2.0 for your PhD
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  • 1. Using Web 2.0 in your PhD<br />Peter Kraker and Marie Joubert<br />@PeterKraker, @marievjoubert<br />#jtelss11<br />
  • 2. Warm-up<br />Form groupsof 4 (at least oneshouldhave a Twitteraccount)<br />Discussfor 15 minuteswhichchallenges/tasks in yourresearchyouaccomplishwith Web 2.0<br />Tweetoneortwousing #jtelss11 (e.g. „TELeuropeis a neatwaytoexchangematerialsamong a dispersedresearchgroups“ or „Itwouldbegoodtohave a platformto do xyz“…)<br />We will thentake a lookatthetweets<br />
  • 3. UsingWeb 2.0 in research<br />Dissemination via Preprints and Open Archives<br />Collaborative reference management<br />Mendeley: ~ 80 million papers<br />Opening up of the research process: Open Science, Open Notebook Science<br />Knowledge Transfer in Social Networks <br />Use of “generic” tools such as newsgroups, blogs, Twitter, Google Docs<br />The Web (2.0) shapes and changes research practices = Science 2.0<br />
  • 4. Example: Mendeley<br />
  • 5. Example: Twitter<br />
  • 6. Whichinstrumentsare out there in the TEL area?<br />TELeurope<br />STELLAR Scientific Portal<br />TeLearn<br />TEL Thesaurus<br />Social Handle Archive (SoHarc)<br />More!<br />TEL TwitterVisualisations<br />
  • 7. TELeurope - Groups<br />http://teleurope.eu<br />
  • 8. TELeurope - Dashboard<br />http://teleurope.eu<br />
  • 9. STELLAR Scientific Portal<br />http://oa.stellarnet.eu<br />
  • 10. TeLearn<br />http://telearn.org<br />
  • 11. TEL Thesaurus<br />http://thesaurus.telearn.org<br />
  • 12. soharc – Social Handle Archive<br />http://soharc.upb.de<br />
  • 13. More!<br />http://ariadne.cs.kuleuven.be/more/index.php?id=peter-kraker<br />
  • 14. TEL TwitterVisualizations<br />http://stellar.know-center.tugraz.at/vis<br />
  • 15. Whatareyourfavouritewaystouse Web 2.0 foryourresearch?<br />Get back together in yourgroups<br />Make a hitlistofyour 5 top practices<br />Useanytoolyouwouldlikeforwritingthemup (aslongasitispubliclyaccessible)<br />Tweetthe link usingthe #jtelss11 hashtag<br />We will thentake a lookatthepracticesanddiscuss<br />
  • 16. Thankyoufortheattention!<br />Peter Kraker<br />Know-Center, Graz University ofTechnology<br />Marie Joubert<br />Graduate School of Education, University of Bristol<br />

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