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A presentation on Social Media and Scientific Research during the THATCamp in Lausannne.

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    • René SCHNEIDER Jasmin HÜGI Haute École de Gestion, Genève Social Media for Scientific Research THATCamp 2011 Switzerland
    • Overview
      • Expectations
      • Introduction
        • Essentials / 3 techniques / 6 technologies
        • Social Software for Scientific Research
      • Immersion
        • Exploration
        • Presentation
      • Discussion
    • Expectations Brief presentation (name & affiliation) How far do I use social Media (for work and studies)? What do I expect from this module?
    • Overview
      • Expectations
      • Introduction
        • Essentials / 3 techniques / 6 technologies
        • Social Software (for Scientific Research)
      • Immersion
        • Exploration
        • Presentation
      • Discussion
    • What are Social Media?
        • The term Social Media is more and more used instead of Web 2.0.
        • Social Media are used to create a virtual identity.
        • «Social Media» are a bundle of techniques, technologies, numberless platforms and tools.
        • In essence there are three techniques and six technologies.
    • Essential 1: Web 2.0 Meme-Map http://www.oreillynet.com/pub/a/oreilly/tim/news/2005/09/30/what-is-web-20.html Einleitung
    • Essential 2: Virtual Identities
    • Essential 3: Platforms and Tools
    • Technique 1: Communicating http://www.cooltownstudios.com/2007/01/25/web-20-and-why-your-city-needs-it-to-attract-the-creative-class-1-of-2/
    • Technique 2: Collaborating http://showcase.jstor.org/collaboration/collaboration-is-everything.jpg
    • Technique 3: Collecting http://showcase.jstor.org/collaboration/collaboration-is-everything.jpg
    • Technologies
      • Blogs & RSS
      • Wikis
      • Social Bookmarking, (Folksonomies (Tagging, Sharing, Rating) )
      • Social Networking
      • Aggregators
      • Mash-Ups
    • Use Blogs Mashups RSS Social Bookmarking Aggregators Media-Sharing Wikis Social Networking
      • passive use
      • active use
    • Overview
      • Expectations
      • Introduction
        • Essentials / 3 techniques / 6 technologies
        • Social Software (for Scientific Research)
      • Immersion
        • Exploration
        • Presentation
      • Discussion
        • What are scientific activities?
        • What are scientific activities?
      • Thinking & Reflecting
      • Reading & Collecting
      • Experimenting, Recording & Synthesizing
      • Representing & Publishing
      • Sharing, Networking & Collaborating
      • Teaching
      • Administrating
    • Overview
      • Expectations
      • Introduction
        • Essentials / 3 techniques / 6 technologies
        • Social Software (for Scientific Research)
      • Immersion
        • Exploration
        • Presentation
      • Discussion
        • Working Groups
          • 1. How do the following tools differ?
          • Which is better?
          • 2. How far can we use it in science
            • Actively (as contributors)
            • Passively (as followers)
          • for
            • Collecting
            • Collaborating
            • Communicating?
        • Working Groups
      • Social Networks:
        • Facebook vs. ResearchGate
      • Social Bookmarking:
        • Diigo vs. Delicious
      • Aggregators:
        • Netvibes vs. Hootsuite
      • Mash-Up vs. Dashboard:
        • Yahoo! Pipes vs. Google Reader
    • Overview
      • Expectations
      • Introduction
        • Essentials
        • Social Software (for Scientific Research)
      • Immersion
        • Exploration
        • Presentation
      • Discussion