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Science 2.0: The Use of Social Networking in Research

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Abstract

Updated 2011. REBIUN study on Science 2.0 and social web applications for research. There are three categories: share research, share resources and share results. Describes the applications and selected resources of interest: scientific social networks, scientific databases, research platforms, surveys, concept maps, file sharing, bibliographic management, social bookmarking, citation indexes, blogs and wikis, science news, open access. The services are evaluated and the report describes his interest to libraries

Topics: DD. Academic libraries., LC. Internet, including WWW.
Year: 2011
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.rclis.org:16162
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