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1 Web 2.0: the Impact of Bottom- Up Research Innovation Eric T. Meyer and Lucy Power Oxford Internet Institute Oxford e-Social Science Project

2 Technology in science, social science and the humanities Coders, Hackers and Social Actors Innovation in the development of technology (Rogers ) Innovation in the repurposing of technologies developed by others (Schroeder) Innovation in research using the tools of others (Lamb)

3 Top down versus bottom up Source: Meyer & Dutton 2008

4 Source: Dutton & Meyer 2008

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6 Science Blogging

7 Scienceblogs.comPostgenomicResearchBlogging

8 Online tools for research...include blogs, wikis and open notebooks.

9 e-Research in the Life Sciences What impact are these online tools having on the research practices of the life scientists who use them? Status & Rewards Scientific Roles Collaboration Openness Formal & Informal Communications Gatekeepers Public & media engagement with science

10 Journal of Visualized Experiments

11 JOVE Characteristics Video Articles on JOVE, Issue 1-24 Length of VideosAuthorsViews (v.1-15) *Views (v.16-24) N Total 57 hours, 3 mins, 8 secs 738 instances of 505 individual authors Mean Median Range s.d * Views as of month 16

12 JOVE Views

13 JOVE Institutions - North America

14 JOVE Institutions - Global

15 JOVE Topics

16 Credit where credit is due? Views v. citations to JOVE

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18 Downloads v. citations to GAIN data Citations OR links to Histpop or other digitized resources Citations to blogs and wikis? Credit where credit is due?

19 Citations of PCR Method Saiki, R. K., Gelfand, D. H., Stoffel, S., Scharf, S. J., Higuchi, R., Horn, G. T., Mullis, K. B. & Erlich, H. A. (1988). Primer-directed enzymatic amplication of DNA with a thermostable DNA polymerase. Science 239, 487–491.

20 Technology in science, social science and the humanities Coders, Hackers and Social Actors Innovation in the development of technology (Rogers ) Innovation in the repurposing of technologies developed by others (Schroeder) Innovation in research using the tools of others (Lamb)

21 Questions? Eric T. Meyer Research Fellow Lucy Power DPhil Student oxford internet institute university of oxford


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