Digital Scholar Training Initiative

Launching New Digital Scholar Training Initiative

Let me begin by saying that this is an experiment: Together with colleagues at the University of Southern California and our external partners at Experiment and at Symplur, we are inaugurating a Digital Scholar Training Initiative to help researchers better utilize the Web in support of their research.

Twitter and Toothache

Lessons from Twitter Prompt Scientists to Rethink Public Health Outreach

In this interview, Barbara Gerbert, PhD, and Natalie Heaivilin, DDS, explore how Twitter may help health professionals to prevent dental disease in the future.

"Marketing for Scientists"

“Marketing For Scientists” — Thinking Beyond Self-Promotion

This article series explores how marketing concepts could help researchers achieve various goals: get funding, make sure their work gets the attention it deserves, and increase the impact of research.

Leveraging Online Search and Google For Public Health Outreach

“Am I Having A Stroke?” Connecting Physicians With Online Information Seekers To Prevent Disease

Five questions with UCSF neurologist and stroke researcher Anthony Kim about his new study that explores how the Internet can potentially help to reach people who are searching for information online and reduce the number of preventable disease incidences.

Open Access and Social Media

More People Look At Research If It Is Promoted Via Social Media, A Case Study

Melissa Terras from London’s Global University shows that by combining open access and social media scientists can spread their research more widely and benefit the community.

Bradley Voytek

How Social Media Is Changing The Way We Talk About Science

Neuroscientist Brad Voytek talks about the way social media helps him clarify his thinking, demystify the scientific process, and spark new ideas.

Mobile

Digital Science: Revolutionizing the Way Research is Conducted

Digital Science: Revolutionizing the Way Research is Conducted

Thomas Crouzier published an interesting article on cloud-based services to connect researchers, bring mobility to research, and open new possibilities through sharing resources.

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