Interviews

Podcast: What Does It Mean To Be A Digital Scholar?

Podcast: What Does It Mean To Be A Digital Scholar?

In this podcast, Martin Weller, author of the book “The Digital Scholar”, talks about the ways in which digital technologies open up new possibilities for academics, and why researchers cannot afford to ignore these.

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Lessons from Twitter Prompt Scientists to Rethink Public Health Outreach

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.

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

“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.

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How Social Media Is Changing The Way We Talk About Science

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.

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Learning From The Social Web To Advance Research Networking

Learning From The Social Web To Advance Research Networking

Five questions with technical architect Eric Meeks about what OpenSocial is, what academic institutions interested in using it should keep in mind, and about opportunities for the business sector to tap into an emerging market that offers a lot of value and social benefit.

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