The master class – called Social Science: How Technology is Changing Research – is being hosted by Mendeley as part of Social Media Week in London.
Presentations will explore a range of ideas, from The Article of the Future and the power of crowd funding to support research, to videos that enhance reproducibility and games that harness the power of crowds to solve some of the world’s most difficult scientific challenges.
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Watch the event
The master class is Thursday, September 26, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. BST; 12 to 2 p.m. CET; and 6 a.m. to 8 a.m. EST. You can watch it free of charge on this live streaming link
Submit questions for the panel
If you have questions, comments or thoughts you’d like to put to the panel, you can leave a comment here, email firstname.lastname@example.org or Tweet using the hashtag #smwSciTech.[/note]
Presenters will also talk about how technology and social media can enable scientific research, accelerate the pace of discovery, and make science more open for everyone.
Social media has the power to make the world a better place. But technology also means that researchers will increasingly operate in a very different environment – where possibilities are infinitely greater but there is also greater scrutiny, competition, collaboration and a need to communicate objectives in ways that resonate beyond the walled garden of academia.
Social Media week
[caption align="alignright"]Alice Atkinson-Bonasio[/caption]Alice Atkinson-Bonasio (@alicebonasio) is PR and Communications Manager for Mendeley, the company that created the Mendeley research collaboration platform and workflow tool and was acquired by Elsevier in April. She holds an MA in creative and media enterprises from the University of Warwick and is completing a PhD in online marketing at Bournemouth University. She is based in Mendeley’s London office.