- The original session description:
"Online science information proliferates at dizzying speeds. An inquiring mind of any age can choose between roughly two first steps to know the “how” and “why” of a scientific topic: general Internet search or Wikipedia. Hence the need for a single authoritative online resource, with a concise scientific entry (i.e., backgrounder) for every topic tailored separately for first-graders to post-docs and everyone in between. This [Online] Journal of Scientific Explanations (JoSE) would follow a rigorous and completely transparent process of peer review for each entry, which would in turn be DOI’d. Such an ambitious project matches the immense talent, energy and expertise within the ScienceOnline community. Volunteers will be asked to take on tasks. Possible discussion topics include a timeline, key objectives, submission process, differentiation from other sites, source citation, coding, hosting, and finally, how to ensure the process remains transparent."
- — F1000Research (@F1000Research)Thu, Feb 27 2014 01:27:55
- — Kathleen Raven (@sci2mrow)Thu, Feb 27 2014 21:50:07
- — Kathleen Raven (@sci2mrow)Fri, Feb 28 2014 19:52:23
- — Kathleen Raven (@sci2mrow)Fri, Feb 28 2014 20:16:48
- — Rachael Ludwick (@r343l)Fri, Feb 28 2014 21:07:34In the #scioJSE session and @mattrussell_PhD’s project Abstract 2.0 mentioned - https://twitter.com/mattrussell_PhD/status/436283114584027136 … #scio14
- — Matthew R. Francis (@DrMRFrancis)Fri, Feb 28 2014 21:08:07@ScienceOnline Someone doing similar work: @mattrussell_PhD with Abstract 2.0 http://mhrussel.wordpress.com/category/abstract-2-0/ … #scioJSE #scio14
- — Puneet Kollipara (@pkollipara)Fri, Feb 28 2014 21:09:29Past attempts at online peer-reviewed source of clear, reliable scientific information haven't done well, two #scioJSE attendees note.
- — Rachael Ludwick (@r343l)Fri, Feb 28 2014 21:11:06
- — Puneet Kollipara (@pkollipara)Fri, Feb 28 2014 21:11:42
- — Puneet Kollipara (@pkollipara)Fri, Feb 28 2014 21:12:15HyperPhysics outdated, attendee says, but could it provide potential model? http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/hframe.html … #scioJSE
- — Puneet Kollipara (@pkollipara)Fri, Feb 28 2014 21:16:32
- — Rachael Ludwick (@r343l)Fri, Feb 28 2014 21:17:56
- — David Manly (@davidmanly)Fri, Feb 28 2014 21:20:21The #scioJSE session is more what I think an unconference facilitated discussion should be. Active discussion lead by the attendees
#scio14: Journal of Scientific Explanations #scioJSE
Kathleen Raven led a discussion at Science Online to decide what the Journal of Scientific Explanations is or should be -- and if it's really the right thing to do.
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