The challenges raised by social networks for the scientific community

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On 10 December 2012, the Languedoc Roussillon Association of Information and Documentation Professionals, the IST Agropolis Commission and Doccitanist held a study day on the challenges raised by social networks for the scientific community.
The presentations are now online:
– Welcome / Paul Luu
– General introduction / Aline Bouchard
– Presentation and feedback on the MyScienceWork platform / Virginie Simon
– Hypothèses, a platform for academic blogs on research into human and social sciences / Delphine Cavallo

– Professional scientific networks as a way to strengthen the digital identity of researchers / Dominique Fournier
– Feedback on the use of the social networks Diigo and Scoop it / Béatrice Lacoste and Armelle Carnet
– Document submission and sharing (Slideshare / Calameo / Issuu) / Olivier Piau
– Real-time monitoring and information sharing within the scientific community of the Observatoire Midi Pyrénées (OMP) / William Exbrayat
– Feedback on the use of Wiki (Wiki farm) / Hélène Laxenaire, Christian Resche
– An experiment with wikis: Pl@ntUse, the wiki on useful plants / Michel Chauvet
– General conclusion / Aline Bouchard

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