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).
The Finnish Institute in London and the Open Knowledge Foundation are publishing a book, and we want you to be a part of its history.
The Open Book (publish date 2013, details here) is a crowd-sourced publication which will contextualise the international open knowledge movement in the words of those who are helping build it today. This book, based on the ideas of more than 1,000 participants from over 50 nations who came together in to attend the world’s first Open Knowledge Festival this September in Helsinki, will highlight the hopes and motivations of those currently working to promote global change, and introduce the movement to new audiences. Based on pieces coming from a variety of leaders working in fields as diverse as sustainability, design, business and development, The Open Book will serve as a platform for discussion and a launching pad for new ideas about the future of a global movement in a time of rapid technological and societal change.
A project at the London Centre for Nanotechnology (LCN) is making fantastic use of the Pybossa tool (a project of the Open Knowledge Foundation and the Citizen Cyberscience Centre) in a citizen science project called ‘Feynman’s Flowers’, which launched this weekend.
Help our open science project: Crowdsourcing Discovery Science, Mathematics, Medicine, and Technology...
Discussion fascinante qui montre bien comment le système des subventions de recherche résiste aux tentatives de Crowdfunding, comme la référence au comité des pairs n'est pas ébranlée par les fraudes constatées dans les revues scientifiques, comment le souhaite de partager la science est moqué par les scientifiques. À se rappeler constamment.
From Research Fortnight. One of my favourite photos shows a van adrift in the middle of a Mongolian river. The unfortunate occupants, who came to no harm, were volunteers recording ultrasonic bat sounds for my research on bat populations.
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