Session OutlineIn the early days and incarnations of Science Online we talked a lot about a future for research communication which was not just on the web, but of the web. Looking back now, many of the changes we predicted (or wished for!) have happened, or at least are happening. From our perspective of 2014, with Open Access a reality, dynamic publications appearing, and experiments in pre- and post-publication peer review gathering pace, what can we see if we look not just a few years down the road but far out into the future. What might change? What will probably not change? And how can we extrapolate from the trends we see today into the far future?
- A couple of tweets were fired off even before the session
- — PubPeer (@PubPeer)Sat, Mar 01 2014 10:26:10Could results one day be published anywhere on the web and collectively assessed on a centralized review platform? 1/2 #scioImagine
- — PubPeer (@PubPeer)Sat, Mar 01 2014 10:28:06Could that review platform have an editorial process (like current journals) to bring the best data to the forefront? #scioImagine
- ...and then the session itself kicked off.
- — Meredith Rawls (@merrdiff)Sat, Mar 01 2014 17:09:53
- — Jen Davison (@JenEDavison)Sat, Mar 01 2014 17:11:48
- — John Dupuis (@dupuisj)Sat, Mar 01 2014 17:12:02
- — Jen Davison (@JenEDavison)Sat, Mar 01 2014 17:14:11
Imagine - The far future of Scholarly Communication
A record of the Imagine session at #scio14