Education

Announcing this year’s Science Online Programme — and your chance to help us shape the event

It’s drum roll time as we’re finally to pull back the metaphorical curtain and share the details of the programme for this year’s Science Online London. Like last year, we’re planning two full days of activities plus fringe events but we’ve decided...
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Education Health Science

Session announcement: Real-time statistics in science

Victor Henning, Richard Grant, Virginia Barbour Academic prestige, setting research trends, getting jobs and tenure, grant funding – they are largely based on publishing in high-Impact Factor journals and getting citations. Not only are these measures flawed and widely critized: “You could...
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Health Tech

Workshop posts on other sites

Due to the strain on the site in the morning, we asked some participants to use their own sites to blog. Here is a list of the posts: Science Online London workshop on “Beyond Scholarly Publication” – by Rosie Redfield (also...
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Health Tech

Your blog is only as good as the technology?

The blogging workshop at Science Online London (2011) http://www.scienceonlinelondon.org/ is a salutary reminder that online demo’s depend heavily on the underlying technology. We’ve already had intermittent problems with the British Library’s wireless network, and now the mass logins to WordPress appear...
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Education

Welcome to the Advanced Session!

This afternoon continues where we left off this morning. If you were not at the morning session, you can join one of the people/groups that have already started their posts, or quickly set up your own if you’re familiar with...
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