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Chercheurs, journalistes, amateurs de sciences : le web en trait d’union | Knowtex Blog

Chercheurs, journalistes, amateurs de sciences : le web en trait d’union | Knowtex Blog | Scientific social network | Scoop.it

La recherche n’est pas qu’une histoire d’éprouvettes et de pipettes. Il faut aussi animer une équipe au sein d’un laboratoire, présenter son travail dans des colloques, échanger avec des confrères dans des séminaires, écrire et publier des articles, etc. Le chercheur écrit, dessine, schématise, parle, écoute. Bref, il communique. Comment le web modifie-t-il les pratiques ?

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Comment Facebook décide de l'affichage de vos publications ?

Comment Facebook décide de l'affichage de vos publications ? | Scientific social network | Scoop.it
L'utilisateur moyen du réseau social ne peut voir qu'environ 20% des messages de ses contacts chaque jour. Voici sur quels critères Facebook fait le tri.

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Mathieu Bruc's curator insight, October 30, 4:19 AM

Le fameux Edge Rank ici décrypté de façon simple et parlante.

FredColantonio's curator insight, October 31, 4:09 AM

L'EdgeRank de Facebook simplement expliqué

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Did you hear? Researchers are social (at least online)

Did you hear? Researchers are social (at least online) | Scientific social network | Scoop.it
Back in August, we were talking about the new metric Twitter had given birth to: the Kardashian index. Meant as a joke, to criticize or draw attention to scientists blabbering (and seriously discussing!) on the short-form social network. Some weeks later, a survey and an article came out on the Nature website: “Online colla...
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Backreaction: Should you write a science blog?

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Point of view from a theoretical physicist

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Les docteurs en quête de réseaux - Educpros

Les docteurs en quête de réseaux - Educpros | Scientific social network | Scoop.it
Fer de lance des grandes écoles, les réseaux d’anciens gagnent doucement les écoles doctorales. Comment les docteurs se fédèrent-ils ? Dans quels buts&...
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Altmetrics: the pros and the cons

Altmetrics: the pros and the cons | Scientific social network | Scoop.it
Almetrics are a new form of measuring research impact by adding on a wider set of metrics to traditional bibliographic rankings based on academic journal citation analysis. While they are a very us...
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Mendeley - Global Research Report

Mendeley - Global Research Report | Scientific social network | Scoop.it

Launched in 2009, Mendeley's research collaboration platform now connects the scholarly workflows of two million researchers in the sciences and humanities worldwide. To celebrate, we are releasing the Global Research Report: The first-ever analysis of scholarly reading and studying activity in relation to economic indicators and research productivity.


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Libre accès, mais ouvert à quel point ? #openaccess | Tout se passe comme si

Libre accès, mais ouvert à quel point ? #openaccess | Tout se passe comme si | Scientific social network | Scoop.it

Des acteurs majeurs de la publication libre accès ont pris l’excellente initiative de développer une échelle de l’ouverture des éditeurs, sur différents critères.

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Crowdfund my meth lab, yo :: Ethan Perlstein

Crowdfund my meth lab, yo :: Ethan Perlstein | Scientific social network | Scoop.it
A modular grid platform for scientific self publishing. My re-imagined lab website presents and dynamically archives internal, blog-based content alongside relevant external content via APIs.
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Social media tips for scientists

Social media tips for scientists | Scientific social network | Scoop.it
For many scientists, the thought of spending time on social media sites is distinctly unappealing. To some it’s just a question of time: why add to that to-do list which is already long enough?
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It is time for full disclosure of author contributions

It is time for full disclosure of author contributions | Scientific social network | Scoop.it
Online databases could increase fairness and transparency by fully documenting the role of each contributor to a paper, says Sebastian Frische.
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Home MY individual development plan for PHD

Home MY individual development plan for PHD | Scientific social network | Scoop.it

You have put a lot of time and effort into pursuing your PhD degree. Now it's time to focus on how to leverage your expertise into a satisfying and productive career. An individual development plan (IDP) helps you explore career possibilities and set goals to follow the career path that fits you best.

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Science of Team Science

Science of Team Science | Scientific social network | Scoop.it

Answering big science and health questions requires collaborative and cross-disciplinary approaches. The Science of Team Science field defines conceptual and methodological strategies aimed at understanding and enhancing the processes and outcomes of collaborative, team-based research.

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Tribulations d’une doctorante en physique

Tribulations d’une doctorante en physique | Scientific social network | Scoop.it
Agnès arrive au terme de trois ans de doctorat de physique. La science ça a toujours été sa passion, mais ce n'est pas toujours facile !
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Researchers in the cloud by Thomas Crouzier

Researchers in the cloud by Thomas Crouzier | Scientific social network | Scoop.it
When I was doing my PhD some 3 years ago, the only collaborative tool we used was Google Docs. Today there are many amazing new websites and tools for research. A recent review covered the emerging tools “that are changing (or have the potential of changing) the way researchers do and communicate their work." From the ability of cloud-based tools to connect researchers,...
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Gilbert Faure au nom de l'ASSIM's curator insight, October 14, 2:56 PM

The first point discussed by Thomas Crouzier is the potential of cloud-based services for scalabity and rapid exchange of large amounts of information. The author lists research management tools such as Labguru, as well as multidisciplinary social-media platforms (including MyScienceWork, of course). There is also a nice list of specialized and thematic services that will update our own list of digital tools for research (Addgene, PlasmID, Protocol.io, Slideshare and Figshare, etc.)

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Is ResearchGate Facebook for science?

Is ResearchGate Facebook for science? | Scientific social network | Scoop.it
Science Careers, a part of the journal Science and the American Association for the Advancement of Science, is the leading resource for job listings and career advice in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics fields. Science Careers
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Renato P. dos Santos's curator insight, September 12, 7:08 AM

I'm quite happy with it. My papers started received more attention after I joined it.

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200 grandes écoles et facs à suivre sur Twitter : devenez leur follower ! - Letudiant.fr

200 grandes écoles et facs à suivre sur Twitter : devenez leur follower ! - Letudiant.fr | Scientific social network | Scoop.it
Pourquoi suivre les universités sur Twitter - Letudiant.fr
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Elgg pour bâtir un réseau social de chercheurs : pourquoi ? comment ? | Deuxième labo

Elgg est l'outil idéal pour vous aider à bâtir un réseau social dans l'enseignement supérieur, la recherche… et plus encore. Tout ce qu'il faut savoir avant de se lancer est dans cet article.
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Twitter : les étudiants qui l’utilisent pour les cours ont de meilleures notes

Twitter : les étudiants qui l’utilisent pour les cours ont de meilleures notes | Scientific social network | Scoop.it

Une étude amé­ri­caine révèle que les étudiants qui uti­lisent Twitter dans le cadre de leurs cours se montrent plus inté­res­sés en classe et obtiennent de meilleures notes que les autres.

Une amé­lio­ra­tion au bout de 6 mois d'utilisation

Dans le cadre de cette étude, Christina Greenhow, ensei­gnante à l'université, a demandé à ses étudiants d'utiliser acti­ve­ment Twitter pen­dant 6 mois, notam­ment pour échan­ger avec leurs cama­rades de classe ou poser des ques­tions à leurs pro­fes­seurs via le réseau social. Au bout d'un semestre, les résul­tats des étudiants s'étaient sen­si­ble­ment améliorés. (...) - par Elsa Doladille, vousnousils, 31/10/2012


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Doctorat 2.0, les outils numériques au service des chercheurs | Formation et culture numérique - Thot Cursus

Doctorat 2.0, les outils numériques au service des chercheurs | Formation et culture numérique - Thot Cursus | Scientific social network | Scoop.it
Les outils numériques à disposition des chercheurs : des outils de veille aux outils d'optimisation du travail en équipe, en passant par les outils de gestion bibliographique et les plateformes de partage de contenus.
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PEE-LR's curator insight, January 15, 2013 8:18 AM

Doctorat 2.0

Thot - Cursus's comment, January 27, 2013 3:56 AM
voir également le dossier de Thot "Jamais sans mon doctorat" http://cursus.edu/dossiers-articles/dossiers/86/jamais-sans-mon-doctorat/
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Discover the most talked about & latest scientific content.

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Tweet or Perish?

Tweet or Perish? | Scientific social network | Scoop.it

The thinking of academic community is moving fast in the direction that we envision. We expect that, in not too distant future, researchers will post their papers in a web-repository like arxiv.org, write a blog post or two describing it in simple language, and then tweet a small link to those familiar with his work. Also, they will continue to write their daily or weekly thoughts in a blog, so that the paper ‘published’ in arxiv.org will be more like stringing together of many blog posts than all new discoveries. We have not seen any academic researcher go that far yet (except one or two), but a post in Rafael Irizarry’s blog shows that people are starting to think that way.

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Live-tweeting at academic conferences: 10 rules of thumb

Live-tweeting at academic conferences: 10 rules of thumb | Scientific social network | Scoop.it
As social media usage becomes a common feature at conferences, anxieties about authority, control, attribution, originality and privacy are likely to haunt the theory and practice of scholarly social media use for some time to come. But embracing openness and transparency, through Twitter or blogging, can coexist with the existing expectations for academic rigor, ethics and civil behaviour.

Academics who are comfortable with and enthusiastic about social media need to communicate that live-tweeting at conferences is not a threat to scholarly activity but the contrary: an ally.

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Première plateforme allemande de financement participatif pour la science

[BE Allemagne 582] Le forum "Wissenschaft im Dialog" (la science en dialogue, WiD) [1] lance la première plateforme allemande de crowdfunding, ou financement participatif, pour les projets de recherche et de communication. Il suffit souvent de peu d'argent pour pouvoir démarrer un projet de recherche : juste assez pour un voyage d'études, un ordinateur, un appareil de mesure, ou encore un collaborateur pour quelques mois. Trop peu pour une requête officielle coûteuse. Pour donner une chance à de tels projets, Wissenschaft im Dialog lance donc sa plateforme sciencestarter.de. (...) - Les Bulletins Electroniques des Ambassades de France, 2012/09/14


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RunMyCode : un réseau social innovant pour une diffusion globale de la recherche scientifique

RunMyCode : un réseau social innovant pour une diffusion globale de la recherche scientifique | Scientific social network | Scoop.it

RunMyCode : un réseau social innovant pour une diffusion globale de la recherche scientifique

Lancé après plus d’un an de développement, le site RunMyCode.org à pour vocation la diffusion et le partage de la recherche scientifique dans le domaine de l'économie et de la gestion. Il fonctionne sur le principe de l'open data et utilise les potentialités du web communautaire.

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