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Publication FormatsPlagiarismSimilar Problems to Those of Search EnginesFinalized Versions do not Allow Changes, Thus Making Corrections and Additions Nearly ImpossibleHow This Book was Created Using Collaborative Authoring and Cloud ToolsMendeleyMeasurement School: Finding Alternative Measurements for Scientific OutputAltmetrics Service ProvidersFacebookTranslating Vision into PracticeResearch Dissemination: Methods/Code/ToolsThe Second Scientific RevolutionChallenges of Open Data in Medical ResearchThe Hyper-Critical Mass: Too Big to Fail?OpennessThe Hard Way to the Critical MassChallenges and CriticismNovelty in the Peer Review ModelVirtual Currencies in ScienceRefWorksOpen Innovation and Crowdsourcing in the SciencesCiteULikeThe Contribution of Individual Authors is not VisibleInnoget (innoget.com)Parallels to Search EnginesNew ModelsWhat is a Reference Manager?Registration, Profile and CVAn Overview of Functions, Potential, and Usage PracticesThe Production Process is not Visible to the Reader(a) Enhancing InteroperabilityOutlookOther Reference Management ProductsWhat About Openness?The PKP ProgramAccessibility to the Research Process: Can Anyone be a Scientist?Research Funding in Open ScienceResearch Funding Policies: Pushing forward Open ScienceHistory II.OHistoric Dynamic Publishing Using Printed Journals and Books: Revising Editions or Publishing Novel Books and ArticlesHistoryThe ProblemScience BlogsIII VisionPragmatic School: Making Research More EfficientThe Social Factor of Open SciencePotentials of SNS for Science and ResearchComprehensibility of the Research Result: Making Science UnderstandableCommunication by Scientists and the Institutionalised PRSocial IssuesIdentification of the ProtagonistsOpen DataZoteroEndNoteCrowdfundingAltmetrics and Other Novel Measures for Scientific ImpactFollow-Ups and RetractionsMarblar (marblar.com)How This Book Works: Artificially Dissecting the Second Scientific RevolutionPerspective 2: Obtaining Support for One's Own Science (Citizen Science)The Disaggregation of the Journal ModelScience Caught Flat-Footed: How Academia Struggles with Open Science CommunicationAspects of the Social Web in Open ScienceHow Scientists Employ CrowdsourcingAuthorshipPresans (presans.com)Example Metrics and ProvidersOutlookHistory of the ProjectCommunication about ScienceInnocentive (innocentive.com)The Basic Principles of Search Engines: Relevance and ReputationNovel Scholarly Journal Concepts(b) Enhancing AccessibilityUnique Identifiers as a SolutionCurrent Implementation of Dynamic PublicationsMaking Data Citeable: DataCiteImpact of Open Access on PublishingThe Competition for Publications in Academic Journals: The Peer-Review ProcessThe Emergence of a New Research BureaucracyInfrastructure School: Architecture Matters MostReference ManagementAppendix: A List of Crowdfunding Platforms for Scientific ProjectsExample of Academic Writing(c) Enhancing OpennessExcellence by Nonsense: The Competition for Publications in Modern ScienceRisks in Crowdsourcing ScienceThe Competition for Top-Rankings by Maximising Publications and CitationsIntellectual Property and Computational ScienceManaging Full-Text ContentBusiness Intelligence for a Journal, University or FunderBenefits(Micro)Blogging Science? Notes on Potentials and Constraints of New Forms of Scholarly CommunicationResearch Dissemination: The NarrativeRole of Open Research DataII ToolsTranclusion, Pull-Requests, and Forking—Lifecycle and HistoryBooks and Grey LiteratureWhat is Open Innovation and What is Crowdsourcing?Research Funding at Present: Limitations and Closed DiscoursesChallengesLegal Hurdles to Make Remixing and Reuse DifficultPooling the DataThe Transition from Science to Open ScienceOpen Access: A State of the ArtDynamicCreative Commons LicencesData-Driven Stories About The Post-Publication Reception of ResearchOpen Science: One Term, Five Schools of ThoughtCiteULikeSide Effects of the Production of Nonsense in Science: 'Crowding-Out' Effects and New BureaucracyNovelty in the Business ModelThe PKP SystemsOpen Research FundingSimilar Solutions to Those of Search EnginesState of the ArtMetrics as a Discovery Tool(d) Enhancing KnowledgeCitation Styles and Citation Style LanguagePapersOpen Science and the Three Cultures: Expanding Open Science to all Domains of Knowledge CreationAspects of Dynamic Publication FormatsReference Management ToolsCultural BackgroundScholarly ResearchDefinition of Open AccessResearch Dissemination: Data and ''Raw Facts''Content and Quality ControlGreen or Gold: Which is the Better Way?The Uses of Microblogs for Science: Two ScenariosThe Vision of Open Research DataNaming the New: Science 2.0, Open Science, eScience, Mode2, Open ResearchProfessionalization of Knowledge Creation: The First Scientific RevolutionThe Second Scientific Revolution: Road to a Great New Future?Assessing the Potential Future and Impacts of SNS in AcademiaAbout the AuthorsOutlook: What the Future Might BringRole of the Patient and its DataTerminologyImportance of Data Exchange and ConsolidationRedundancy in Scientific Publications—Currently no Reuse and RemixingMultiple Channels, Information Overload and FilteringAnonymization, Pseudonymization and ReidentificationUnique Identifiers for ResearchersI Basics/BackgroundFraming the Issue: New Forms of Scholarly Communication and Science 2.0Distributed ComputingConceptual Questions and ChallengesOne Billion Minds (onebillionminds.com)BlogsThe Second Scientific Revolution is Based on Many Novel Aspects and ToolsScience Blogging as a New Form of Engaging with ScienceInpama (inpama.com)The Status of Data Sharing TodayOn the Sociology of Science 2.0Preprint, Postprint and (Open) Peer ReviewSocial Payments in ScienceTypes of Collaboration in Research Crowd Sourcing ProjectsHow this Book was CreatedSuggestion Systems for Articles During the Writing ProcessTypical Functions of SNSOpen Research Data: From Vision to PracticeWikipediaAcademia Goes Facebook? The Potential of Social Network Sites in the Scholarly RealmDynamic Publication Format—General ConceptCase 1: Rosie Redfield (RRResearch)Public School: The Obligation to Make Science Accessible to the PublicSome Critical ReflectionsForms of Challenges and CompetitionsAcademic Usage Practices in SNSOutlookTechnical Hurdles in Reusing Content—''Publisher PDF'' Files are Mimicking PrintJabRefA Closer Look at Green and Gold Open AccessTowards Another Scientific RevolutionAscertaining a Quality Factor from Likes, Dislikes, Assessments and CommentsJournal Articles and BooksOrganizing Collaboration on Scientific Publications: From Email Lists to Cloud ServicesCase 1: Twitter at ConferencesWho Uses Blogs and Microblogs for Scholarly Communication, and Why?Open Access to Research PublicationIn Search of ExcellenceMendeleyDemocratic School: Making Research Products AvailableSolutionXchange (solutionxchange.com)Dynamic Publication—ChallengesDynamic Publication Formats and Collaborative AuthoringThe Public Knowledge Project: Open Source Tools for Open Access to Scholarly CommunicationWikisORCID RegistryPerspective 1: Contributing to a Crowdsourcing Process (Open Science)Legacy Gap: The Background of the Second Scientific RevolutionDiscussionNovelty in the Editorial ModelCase 2: Bora Zivkovic (A Blog Around the Clock)Quality Assurance and SustainabilityCrowd EditingOpen Research Funding: Some ConsiderationsThe Diffusion of SNS in Academia and the Intensity of UsageCurrent Aspects of the Publication System in Regard to the Dynamic Knowledge Creation ProcessThe Importance of Network Science for Research RelevanceAcademic Usage Practices in Science-Specific SNSOvercoming the BarriersSNS for ScientistsStack Exchange—Message Boards Where Threads are Initiated by Posting Open QuestionsPop Science, Self-Marketing, and VerifiabilityUse CasesTwitterCrowding-Out EffectsSocial and Collaboration NetworksUnderstanding the BarriersKnowledge Creation and Dissemination: A Brief HistoryCase 2: Twitter for CitationsIV Cases, Recipes and How-TosAltmetrics as an Evaluation Tool
 
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