Scientific Publications 3.0 starts today
katy at INDIANA.EDU
Tue Oct 14 22:38:17 EDT 2008
Started on 10/1.
Interesting concept. Highly relevant discussion.
news at interdisciplines.org wrote:
> Dear All,
> Welcome to the online conference on Scientific Publications 3.0. which starts today at http://www.interdisciplines.org/liquidpub
> This conference is part of the LiquidPublication project, a European project of designing a new platform for scientific publications ( http://wiki.liquidpub.org ). Today you will find on line the first paper by David Koepsell on how technology and the Open Source movement can save science, a very provocative paper in which David argues that the social Web can now bring us back to the real meaning and value of scientific research, by ending the "publish or perish" pressure. I hope that you will have the time in the next 15 days to have a look at the paper and react with useful suggestions about your own experience as researchers and possible solutions.
> The website is extremely user-friendly: just click on the title of the paper to open it. Then, if you want to discuss it, start a new discussion at the right of the paper or join an ongoing discussion. As invited discussants, you have a direct access to the forum: you will be asked for your e-mail (the one at which you have been contacted ) and a password (your family name in lower case). Your e-mail won't be shared with others. Please, contact me if you experience any problem with the site: origgi at ehess.fr or gloria.origgi at gmail.com or by phone: +331 43202250
> Hope to read you soon on www.interdisciplines.org/liquidpub
> Gloria Origgi (CNRS -Institut Nicod)
> Judith Simon (Stanford University)
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