LOEX of the West presentation, 2008

Peer Review 2.0: Tomorrow’s Scholarship for Today’s Students

LOEX of the West, Las Vegas

Anne-Marie Deitering & Kate Gronemyer

WEB 2.0 BACKGROUND

Five Web 2.0 themes — from the ACRL Instruction Section’s Current Issues Discussion Forum, Research Instruction in a Web 2.0 World (Annual, 2006).

DANAH BOYD EXAMPLES

{Edit: These didn’t make it into the presentation, but they are examples of some discussions on the web over the last year that started our thinking on this topic.}

danah boyd – open-access is the future: boycott locked-down academic journals

danah boyd – Viewing American Class Divisions through Facebook and MySpace

danah boyd – editing a special issue of JCMC

NORMAL SCIENCE & INNOVATIONS

PEER REVIEW, QUALITY CONTOL & FRAUD

DISTRIBUTING PROFESSIONAL REWARDS

WHAT IF WE IGNORE NEW MODELS?

NEW MODELS

Current Anthropology

Expressive Processing: An Experiment in Blog-Based Peer Review – Noah Waldrip Fruin on Grand Text Auto

Cognitive Daily blog

ScienceBlogs – The World’s Largest Conversation about Science

BPR3: Bloggers for Peer-Reviewed Research Reporting — Icons

CiteULike

UsefulChem Wiki

Radiology Wiki

Open Notebook Science Using Blogs and Wikis (Jean-Claude Bradley, at Nature Precedings)

Rrresearch Blog

“The Academic Manuscript” — Wicked Anomie: Sociology Run Amok

Welcome to Nature Precedings

EDITED TO ADD:

Barbara Fister points to this article in the Chronicle:  Certifying Online Research (Gary Olson), about the challenges of evaluating online publications.  See also Barbara’s post at ACRLog: Peer (to Peer) Review.