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 […]

International Repositories Infrastructure Workshop – Persistent Identifiers

This week I attend the International Repositories Infrastructure Workshop (This workshop was sponsored by JISC, DRIVER and SURFfoundation) The goal of the workshop was to identify shared agendas for action and coordination between major national and international stakeholders, for the purpose of developing an international federated network of repositories. Other blogs about this event can […]