BioCode’s Notes: In the ERA of science communication, Why you need Twitter, Professional Blog and ImpactStory?

See on Scoop.itDual impact of research; towards the impactelligent university

Where is the information? Where are the scientifically relevant results? Where are the good ideas? Are these things (only) in journals?

 

The author:” In the not too distant future, today’s science journals will be replaced by a set of decentralized, interoperable services that are built on a core infrastructure of open data and evolving standards — like the Internet itself. What the journal did in the past for a single article, the social media and internet resources are doing for the entire scholarly output. We are now immersed in a transition to another science communication system— one that will tap on Web technology to significantly improves dissemination. I prefer to represent the future of science communication by a block diagram where the four main components: (i) Data, (ii) Publications, (iii) Dissemination and (iv) Certification/Reward”

 

Source:

http://computationalproteomic.blogspot.ca/2014/02/in-era-of-science-communication-why-you.html

 

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