Traditionally, the peer-reviewed journal article has been the primary way for scientists to build and measure their scholarly impact. Now, researchers and developers can share & track much more of their efforts: from code snippets to lab notes, data sets to grant proposals. For our first anniversary, ScienceOnlineSeattle will examine this trend, including new views of journal impact, the movement beyond publications to valuing “research products”, and ways to track the impact of our online research footprint through the development of alternative metrics—altmetrics. Join us!
, National Evolutionary Synthesis Center. Heather co-founded ImpactStory
, a tool for tracking your research impact online.
, UW Applied Mathematics. Randy works extensively with code libraries and, as chair of the Journals Committee
for the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, is addressing the challenges of code citation in publications.
, Assistant Professor in the School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences. Steven has fully integrated numerous open science platforms, including figshare
and online lab notebooks, into his research lab.
— Join us at 5:30pm for appetizers and libations; the live-streamed (and live-tweeted) conversation will start at 6:00, with the opportunity to play with the altmetrics platforms at 6:45. Stick around past 7:00 to continue our discussion!Location: Odegaard Library, Room 220
, 4060 George Washington Lane Northeast, University of Washington
Curious? Join us! Can’t join us in real life? It will be livestreamed and live-tweeted!