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Social Media Benefits For Researchers

  1. Social Media: benefits for researchers by Inge de Waard
  2. Closed => Open science Copyright and intellectual property => science commons - interested: podcast of John Wilbanks from Science Commons, interviewed by MIT Libraries News.
  3. Web2.0 = (informal) learning Informal learning + personal content production = science = benefits of Social Media Social Media gives everyone the means of production - Harold Jarche Informal learning : definition and image by Jay Cross You write, you learn => the read and write Web
  4. Web2.0 = personal & collaborative growth "A single ant or bee isn't smart, but their colonies are. The study of swarm intelligence is providing insights that can help humans manage complex systems, from truck routing to military robots." National Geographic learning is a process of becoming something (Stephen Downs on How the Net Works ). Wisdom of crowds
  5. simple Web2.0 applications: blog Write a post, publish it, enable others to comment/discuss Keep track of your work and thought flow Get in the top blogger list with Technorati Writing enhances thought and reflection
  6. Blog – zoom in
  7. Microblog – zoom in Short Q&A keeps everyone updated within a blink of an eye
  8. One purpose Multimedia Record media and publish it in one purpose Web2.0 apps. Share your visual findings, record methods, show statistics… make your work known
  9. Free bookmarks & references Sharing bookmarks saves time and gives your colleagues relevant immediate access. Surfing => reading => saving => sharing Tagging!
  10. Bookmarks – zoom in
  11. References – zoom in
  12. Collaborative software: wiki Wiki’s enable collaborative work on 1 web location web based => accessible from all around the world. It can be private or open, free or pay. You all write, build upon what is written, change… collaboratively No more scattered documents, just wiki.
  13. Wiki – zoom in
  14. Communities Social Media is all about connecting to communities. Put your profile out there and become a member of communities.
  15. Get your profile known linkedIn Wink Orkut
  16. Engage in a community
  17. Engage in a community
  18. Crowdsourcing: what taking a task traditionally performed by an employee or contractor , and outsourcing it to an undefined, generally large group of people, in the form of an open call. ( wikipedia )
  19. Crowdsourcing – zoom in
  20. One last thing: RSS Add a feed reader for easy (easier) content follow-up Syndication, picks up social media content and spreads it throughout the internet where it can be found by anyone looking for that information. See how it works (commoncraft). Some feed readers: Bloglines Google reader feedreader
  21. Conclusions: benefits Social Media gives you: Network + personal profiling Narratives + discussions + exchanging expertise lifelong learning + latest knowledge + (global) network Informal learning + personal content production Most of it is web based => accessible from all around the world => It is easy, just do it!
  22. Thank you ! I will post this ppt on slideshare Blog: linkedIn: