Scientists go online:
Scientific social networking &
Open Notebook Science
Lucy Power
Oxford Internet Institute
University...
Scientists are using Web 2.0 to
communicate, collaborate and
promote openness of research
practices and data
They’re not building new sites or
online applications, but are
appropriating already-existing
technologies.
The online tools they use enable
them to practice open science – the
ability to publish data and
communicate with broad au...
The Republic of Letters
Via: http://republicofletters.stanford.edu/#maps Visualizing the Republic of
Letters, Stanford Uni...
http://www.library.umass.edu/spcoll/exhibits/herbal/26.jpg
Marginalia
http://www.christies.com/lotfinderimages/d48412/d484...
Like, Comment, Share
Like, Comment, Share
Outcomes
Discussing science
Solving scientific problems
Publishing
Conference reporting
Collaborating
Searching and findin...
Open Notebook Science
Open Notebook Science
Open Notebook Science
Open Notebook Science
Friendfeed plus ONS…
…= funding
Why use these technologies?
-  Fast
-  Networked
-  Informal
-  Open
-  Global
Conclusions
Scientists are working online, appropriating
existing tools for their specific needs, and
finding and joining ...
Lucy Power
DPhil Candidate
Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford
Supervised by Dr Ralph Schroeder and Dr Eric M....
Scientists go online: Scientific social networking and Open Notebook Science
Scientists go online: Scientific social networking and Open Notebook Science
Scientists go online: Scientific social networking and Open Notebook Science
Scientists go online: Scientific social networking and Open Notebook Science
Scientists go online: Scientific social networking and Open Notebook Science
Scientists go online: Scientific social networking and Open Notebook Science
Scientists go online: Scientific social networking and Open Notebook Science
Scientists go online: Scientific social networking and Open Notebook Science
Scientists go online: Scientific social networking and Open Notebook Science
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Scientists go online: Scientific social networking and Open Notebook Science

  1. 1. Scientists go online: Scientific social networking & Open Notebook Science Lucy Power Oxford Internet Institute University of Oxford Web 2.0 Untangled: Reaching & Teaching our users with new technologies, Wed 24 November 2010
  2. 2. Scientists are using Web 2.0 to communicate, collaborate and promote openness of research practices and data
  3. 3. They’re not building new sites or online applications, but are appropriating already-existing technologies.
  4. 4. The online tools they use enable them to practice open science – the ability to publish data and communicate with broad audiences are key.
  5. 5. The Republic of Letters Via: http://republicofletters.stanford.edu/#maps Visualizing the Republic of Letters, Stanford University project with data from the Bodleian Electronic Enlightenment project, and others.
  6. 6. http://www.library.umass.edu/spcoll/exhibits/herbal/26.jpg Marginalia http://www.christies.com/lotfinderimages/d48412/d4841200x.jpg
  7. 7. Like, Comment, Share
  8. 8. Like, Comment, Share
  9. 9. Outcomes Discussing science Solving scientific problems Publishing Conference reporting Collaborating Searching and finding Writing grant applications Securing funding
  10. 10. Open Notebook Science
  11. 11. Open Notebook Science
  12. 12. Open Notebook Science
  13. 13. Open Notebook Science
  14. 14. Friendfeed plus ONS…
  15. 15. …= funding
  16. 16. Why use these technologies? -  Fast -  Networked -  Informal -  Open -  Global
  17. 17. Conclusions Scientists are working online, appropriating existing tools for their specific needs, and finding and joining ad-hoc networks to share data and knowledge. What might this mean for librarians? -  Be flexible too – there is proof that these free solutions are working, so no need for big infrastructure investments -  Find these networks and join them to find out what’s going on – to be part of it you need to participate
  18. 18. Lucy Power DPhil Candidate Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford Supervised by Dr Ralph Schroeder and Dr Eric M. Meyer lucy.power@oii.ox.ac.uk

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