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Cinq thèmes sont suivis dans ce scoop.it : le libre accès (Open Access), la science citoyenne (citizen science), la science en ligne (Open Science), la science 2.0 et les cours en ligne gratuits (MOOCs).
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Publons set to revolutionize peer review in physics

Publons set to revolutionize peer review in physics | Science ouverte - Open science | Scoop.it

Publons is another great alternative or complement to the traditional peer review process. Like others, this service is an answer to the slow and rather opaque peer-review process, in which the fate of a manuscript is to the mercy of an anonymous pair of experts. The idea is that publishing research results should not be the limiting step. Papers should be published, then reviewed and commented-on by the readers. This sort of system would allow researchers to have a direct, rapid and interactive feedback on their work. (...) - by Thomas Crouzier, Connected researchers, April 11, 2013


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Open Science, Open Access, Science2.0 : de nouvelles modalités pour...

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Using Google Hangouts for Higher Education blogs and workshops

Using Google Hangouts for Higher Education blogs and workshops | Science ouverte - Open science | Scoop.it
Much has been written about the ways that Twitter and Facebook can be used by academics and research groups as part of strategies to disseminate their work and increase their online visibility, but...
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Cindy Wu -- Microryza @ USC- November 2nd, 2012

Cindy Wu introduces Microryza, an online crowdfunding platform for scientific research at the Research2.0 launch workshop on the USC Health Sciences Campus o...
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plateforme de sociofinancement pour la recherche scientifique.

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[Open Access Interviews] Curt Rice: Radically reform the communication of scientific results

[Open Access Interviews] Curt Rice: Radically reform the communication of scientific results | Science ouverte - Open science | Scoop.it
5 December 2012 | by Abby Tabor
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In recent years, the open access movement has gained more and more support: SPARC, OpenAIRE, researchers, librarians, university leaders… Here, meet some of the players of open access in a series of short videos from MyScienceWork. This month, Curt Rice, Vice Rector for Research at the University of Tromsø (Norway) and head of CRIstin (Current Research Information System in Norway), explains the unique opportunities created by open access to change the communication of scientific results. (...)

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From a deluge of data, e-science tools bring knowledge

From a deluge of data, e-science tools bring knowledge | Science ouverte - Open science | Scoop.it

Today, many scientific fields can be described as data-intensive disciplines, which turn raw data into information and then knowledge. If this sounds familiar it’s because this represents the late and influential computer scientist Jim Gray’s vision of the fourth research paradigm. Gray divided up the evolution of science into four periods or paradigms. One thousand years ago, science was experimental in nature, a few hundred years ago it became theoretical, a few decades ago it moved to a computational discipline, and today it’s data driven. Researchers are reliant on e-science tools to enable collaboration, federation, analysis, and exploration to address this data deluge, equal to about 1.2 zettabytes each year. If 11 ounces of coffee equaled one gigabyte, a zettabyte would be the same volume as the Great Wall of China.

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ORCID Launches Registry | About ORCID

ORCID (Open Researcher and Contributor ID) is excited to announce the launch of its Registry, where researchers can distinguish themselves by creating a unique personal identifier.

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Open Access Science Creates Unique Opportunity For Public To Support Research - The Sacramento Bee

Open Access Science Creates Unique Opportunity For Public To Support Research - The Sacramento Bee | Science ouverte - Open science | Scoop.it
/PRNewswire/ --Imagine a world where the scientific community collaborates on the results of their research – an inclusive open access forum with researchers from around the world.   Next, imagine if that research focused on two of the most...
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Manifeste des Digital humanities | ThatCamp Paris

Manifeste des Digital humanities | ThatCamp Paris | Science ouverte - Open science | Scoop.it

Lors d'une "non-conférence" (THATcamp) typique du web 2.0 en 2010, un manifeste des "humanités numériques" a été concocté par des spécialistes français des revues savantes en sciences humaines et sociales, afin de promouvoir l'accès libre aux articles scientifiques. Les bases de l'argumentation en faveur de l'accès libre y sont bien expliquées.

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Open access will change the world, if scientists want it to

Open access will change the world, if scientists want it to | Science ouverte - Open science | Scoop.it

The dilemma is this: all scientists want to publish in high-impact journals but we also want our work accessible to as wide an audience as possible. In other words we want the prestige, but we also want the popularisation of our work that open-access publication can bring.


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La Directrice générale de l’UNESCO met en avant le rôle du haut débit

La Directrice générale de l’UNESCO met en avant le rôle du haut débit | Science ouverte - Open science | Scoop.it

 La réunion annuelle de la Commission pour le développement digital s'est réunie dimanche 23 septembre 2012, à...

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What works in citizen science Grippenet reveals strengths and challenges

What works in citizen science Grippenet reveals strengths and challenges | Science ouverte - Open science | Scoop.it

Citizen science provides a great opportunity to involve the public in research and to improve data collection or analysis through the power of the crowd. But with more and more projects appearing to demand citizens’ attention and time, is this really a worthwhile avenue for researchers to pursue? Grippenet, the French flu surveillance platform, tracks the illness through users’ self-reported symptoms. As epidemiologist Vittoria Colizza explains, involving citizens in this way yields unique and important information to complement data from traditional epidemic tracking systems. (...) by Abby Tabor, MyScienceWork, February 1, 2013


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Research2.0 - A (very) brief introduction

Research2.0 - A (very) brief introduction | Science ouverte - Open science | Scoop.it
What is Research2.0?
In 2013, we find ourselves at a major inflexion point in the development of bioscience, not entirely unlike where the computing industry found itself just over 30 years ago when...
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The Curious Wavefunction: The GPCR Network: A model for open scientific collaboration

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"30 ans de politiques d'information scientifique (1982-2012)"

Tendances lourdes → le web est désormais l'instrument même du travail des chercheurs et plus seulement le lieu de diffusion des résultats de la recherche ; les politiques comme les chercheurs sont demandeurs de libre accès.
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[Du 12 novembre au 16 novembre 2012] Pour un accès libre à l'information et aux connaissances… | Facebook

[Du 12 novembre au 16 novembre 2012] Pour un accès libre à l'information et aux connaissances… | Facebook | Science ouverte - Open science | Scoop.it
MyScienceWork wrote a note titled [Du 12 novembre au 16 novembre 2012] Pour un accès libre à l'information et aux connaissances… Read the full text here.
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LabRoots, Leading Community and Social Networking Site for Scientists, Launches New Website

LabRoots, Leading Community and Social Networking Site for Scientists, Launches New Website | Science ouverte - Open science | Scoop.it

LabRoots, the leading social networking site designed to connect all science verticals, launches a new website. Based in Orange County, California, LabRoots was founded in 2008 by Greg Cruikshank. LabRoot's vision was to connect the scientific world leveraging a myriad of unique features and tools, discovering meaningful collaborations across geographic boundaries and fields of expertise.


Scientists from around the world can go to LabRoots.com at no cost, to begin building relationships with other scientists and increasing their influence within the scientific community. Aside from giving scientists a place to share their expertise and learn from one another, LabRoots offers the latest advanced data mining tools to improve scientist-to-scientist communication. (...) - by Yorba Linda, CA (PRWEB) October 03, 2012


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How YouTube is popularising science

How YouTube is popularising science | Science ouverte - Open science | Scoop.it

Comment utiliser la vidéo pour diffuser des idées scientifiques. Un article du Guardian.

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Les réseaux sociaux scientifiques sur Internet : compte-rendu d’une courte étude | Le carnet de recherche de VertigO

Les réseaux sociaux scientifiques sur Internet : compte-rendu d’une courte étude | Le carnet de recherche de VertigO | Science ouverte - Open science | Scoop.it
Afin de s'orienter dans ses développements, a effectué entre 2009 et 2010 une recherche préliminaire sur la question des r&eacut...
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