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Tuesday, April 28 • 11:35am - 1:00pm
Socializing Scholarly Communication: Opening Up Scholarship from Research to Publication LIMITED

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The science blogosphere has in the last decade grown, diversified and become more professional in many aspects. Popular science communication and science outreach are a growing focus of science blogging and scientists’ use of social media. Have blogs, or newer forms of social media, been successful in opening up scholarship and promoting scholarly discourse? In this panel, we will ask and address questions related to the current and future prospects, pros and cons of a scholarly approach to social media, or one that opens up scholarship from research to publication. We will also be addressing how newer forms of social media complement (or replace) some of the functions of blogs and may serve as an outlet for researchers to speak about research in progress with other researchers, writers and lay readers.

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Paige Brown Jarreau

Paige Brown Jarreau is a PhD candidate at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. She currently studies at the intersection of science communication, science journalism and new media. This year, she’s been investigating the practices and norms of science bloggers... Read More →
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Erin McKiernan

Professor, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
Erin McKiernan is a professor in the Department of Physics at the National Autonomous University of Mexico, a researcher in experimental and computational biophysics and neurophysiology, and an advocate for open access, open data, and open science. She is also the founder of Why Open... Read More →

Ivan Oransky

Ivan Oransky (@ivanoransky) is the co-founder of Retraction Watch and Embargo Watch, vice president and global editorial director of MedPage Today, and Adjunct Associate Professor at New York University’s Science, Health, and Environmental Reporting Program.
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Lou Woodley

Director of Community Engagement for Trellis, Director of Community Engagement Fellowship Program., American Association for the Advancement of Science
Lou is the Community Engagement Director for Trellis, the new online communication and collaboration platform being developed by AAAS. Lou is a trained molecular biologist with research experience at Cambridge University, the European Molecular Biology Laboratory in Heidelberg, and... Read More →

Tuesday April 28, 2015 11:35am - 1:00pm EDT
Crystal Ballroom

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