Science Online London 2011 : Day 1 Breakout sessions #3
The format of Science Online London this year included community-sourced breakout sessions on the first day. Attendees were able to choose from four simultaneous breakout sessions, each an hour long. Delegates could select the breakout of their choice, with one in the morning and two in the afternoon.Below is a Storify storyboard collating all of the tweets from the third set of breakouts.
So many ways to tell a story - Anton Zuiker, Bora Zivkovic
Open Research Reports: a model for open access to key facts within subscription journals - David Shotton, Tanya GrayHow are wikis being used to carry out and communicate science? - Michael Peel, Henry Scowcroft, Alok Jha
Microsoft Academic Search - Alex Wade
- So many ways to tell a story - Anton Zuiker, Bora Zivkovic
- — AnneOsterrieder (@AnneOsterrieder)Fri, Sep 02 2011 07:15:29Journalist "story pyramid" is upside down: most important info in title and first paragraphs, less important info towards end. #solo11
- — laurawheelers (@laurawheelers)Fri, Sep 02 2011 07:16:04When u think of the word story u think of fiction...u must specify! A story has a beginning a middle & an end! #solo11
- — AnneOsterrieder (@AnneOsterrieder)Fri, Sep 02 2011 07:18:43Sci paper follow story narrative: Intro = world in steady-state. Results put world in chaotic state. Discussion describes new world. #solo11
- — LouWoodley (@LouWoodley)Fri, Sep 02 2011 07:20:10
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