User:Daniel Mietchen/Talks/Wikipedia Academy 2012/Science Communication Panel/Notes

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Open science - often used interchangeably with the more encompassing term open research - is concerned with making scientific research more transparent and more efficient. A central aspect to it is to provide open access to scientific information, especially to the research published in scholarly journals and to the underlying data, much of which traditional science tends to hide away. Other aspects are more open forms of collaboration and engagement with a wider audience, including citizen scientists and the public at large.
  • Collaborative note-taking in an Etherpad?
  • (optional) Some breaks to highlight remote feedback if Twitter wall does not do the trick
  • 5min round-up

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Is Open Science more attractive for female scientists, or scientists with kids?
A way to motivate experts to participate, or just another channel for spam?