- — CameronNeylon (@CameronNeylon)Sun, Mar 17 2013 15:25:58Ah the centre of excitement that is Bristol Airport. But on my way to #btpdf2 which shows every sign of being really quite exciting...
- — Heather Piwowar (@researchremix)Mon, Mar 18 2013 16:52:37Very sad to be missing #btpdf2 but totally psyched to be in Pittsburgh while kiddo w grandparents: coding time galore!!!!
- — Shashi Mudunuri (@ShashiAJE)Mon, Mar 18 2013 16:43:33
- — amber thomas (@ambrouk)Mon, Mar 18 2013 16:11:27Awaiting flight to Amsterdam for #btpdf2 . Exciting! Will get to hotel 9:30/10ish. Unless exhausted I'll check bar for familiar faces :-)
- — Laura Lisabeth (@lauralhny)Mon, Mar 18 2013 12:51:20
- — Stefan Decker (@stefanjdecker)Mon, Mar 18 2013 10:18:27
- — Peter Murray-Rust (@petermurrayrust)Mon, Mar 18 2013 11:24:49#btpdf2 Thoughts from Neelie http://commentneelie.eu/speech.php?sp=SPEECH/13/236 …u/speech.php?sp=SPEECH/13/236 , tools to make science more open and effective lie in your hands, with scientists
- — Hypothes.is (@hypothes_is)Mon, Mar 18 2013 15:26:50
Beyond the PDF 2
Scholarly communication across all disciplines is changing profoundly under the influence of new technologies. New models, tools and standards are being developed that aim to enhance, enable or entirely replace formerly ingrained forms of scholarly communication, including publications, courses etc.
byGraham Steel2 Likes441 Views