Article Level Metrics

In response to Martin Fenner’s interview with himself. Hi Martin, I’ve got the link of you Blog Post from Najko Jahn – Bielefeld University. I wish you all the best at Plos-One ALM. Just for you to know as technical lead: DFG (DE), JISC (UK), DEFF (DK) and SURF (NL) worked together on guidelines for […]

National Research Day

The first National Research Day has passed on the 9th of february 2012. I helped the keynote speaker Richard Zijdeman to introduce the myResearch Portal. The video below shows the entire keynote in Dutch. The other keynote speaker was Cameron Neylon about Networked Enabled Research. reducing friction and linking information changes fundamentally the way science […]

Alt-metrics – an additional way to measure scientific impact

The speed of alt-metrics presents the opportunity to create real-time recommendation and collaborative filtering systems: instead of subscribing to dozens of tables-of-contents, a researcher could get a feed of this week’s most significant work in her field. This becomes especially powerful when combined with quick “alt-publications” like blogs or preprint servers, shrinking the communication cycle […]

New ways for online Academic Peer Review

  Source: www.nytimes.com/2010/08/24/arts/24peer.html?pagewanted=2&_r=3 “What we’re experiencing now is the most important transformation in our reading and writing tools since the invention of movable type,” said Katherine Rowe, a Renaissance specialist and media historian at Bryn Mawr College. “The way scholarly exchange is moving is radical, and we need to think about what it means for […]

Trends in Science 2.0

Onderstaand artikel gaat over de trends in Science 2.0 Link: http://firstmonday.org/htbin/cgiwrap/bin/ojs/index.php/fm/article/view/2961/2573 Met dank aan: Wilfred Mijnhardt Samenvatting: Iedereen is auteur en schrijft blogs en tweets (microblog): artikelen met workflow “werk, schrijf, publiceer” daalt. (publish-then-filter approach) Meer gefragmenteerde wetenschappelijke output met ‘draft’ status Open peer review/discussies van deze wetenschappelijke fragmenten (“Liquid science”) Hiervoor moeten alle wetenschappelijke […]

New forms of Science – Blogging with open Peer Review

I present to you here Google Knol, and Diigo Google’s KNOL for Creating Knowlets http://knol.google.com Diigo annotation tool for annotating existing websites and blogs as a meta layer. Diigo.com Related articles by Zemanta Why I’m Not Sweating Reputation Bullets Over Google Sidewiki (marketingpilgrim.com) New Knol developments (mattcutts.com) Finally a Good Use for Google Knol: Sharing […]

Object Reuse and Exchange – Editor – interconnecting scientific content

Object Reuse and Exchange (ORE) is a framework for creating collections of related scientific work. ORE an initiative of the Open Archives Initiative (OAI). Web resources can be related to one another in a semantic web machine readable way. The collections or aggregations of web resources can be stored in distributed locations such as web […]