Research Blogs and Blogging for Science Diffusion

By Ismael Peña-López
ICTlogy (ISSN 1886-5208). Issue #61, October 2008

 

Francesc Balagué (interesting reading if you’re into Education 2.0, in Spanish) asks me for some references around new science publishing and diffusion systems (e.g. blogs).

Best I can do is provide the references of my own readings, gathered into a collection I named Research Blogs and Blogging for Science Diffusion (RSS Delicious). Here comes a snapshot of this evolving collection:

 

Chan, L., Kirsop, B. & Arunachalam, S. (2005). “Open Access Archiving: the fast track to building research capacity in developing countries”. In SciDev.Net, November 2005. London: SciDev.
Davis, P. M. (2006). “Do Open-Access articles really have a greater research impact?”. In
College & Research Libraries, 67(2), 103-104. Chicago: ACRL.
Ewins, R. (2005). “Who are You? Weblogs and Academic Identity”. In e-Learning, 2, 368-377. Oxford: Symposium Journals.
Kirsop, B. & Chan, L. (2005). “Transforming Access to Research Literature for Developing Countries”. In Serials Review, (31), 246-255. London: Elsevier.
Mortensen, T. & Walker, J. (2002). “Blogging thoughts: personal publication as an online research tool”. In Morrison, A. (Ed.), Researching Icts in Context. Oslo: InterMedia/UniPub.
Peña-López, I. (2007a). “Last thoughts about Web Science and Academic Blogging or Why did not Academia came up with Wikipedia. And some acknowledgments too.”. In ICTlogy, July 2007, (46). Cambridge: ICTlogy.
Peña-López, I. (2007b). “The personal research portal: web 2.0 driven individual commitment with open access for development”. In Knowledge for Management Journal, 3(1), 35-48. Amsterdam: KM4Dev Community.
Peña-López, I. (forthcoming). “The personal research portal: web 2.0 driven individual commitment with open access”. In Hatzipanagos, S. & Warburton, S. (Eds.), Social Software and Developing Community Ontologies, Chapter 30. Hershey: IGI Global.
Pettenati, M. C., Cigognini, M. E., Guerin, E. & Mangione, G. R. (forthcoming). “Personal Knowledge Management Skills for Lifelong-learners 2.0”. In Hatzipanagos, S. & Warburton, S. (Eds.), Social Software and Developing Community Ontologies. Hershey: IGI Global.
Ray, B. B. & Hocutt, M. M. (2006). “Reflection and the Middle School Blogger: Do Blogs Support Reflective Practices?”. In Meridian, 9(1). Raleigh: NC State University.
Roberts, G., Aalderink, W., Cook, J., Feijen, M., Harvey, J., Lee, S. & Wade, V. P. (2005). Reflective learning, future thinking: digital repositories, e-portfolios, informal learning and ubiquitous computing. Briefings from the ALT/SURF/ILTA Spring Conference Research Seminar. Dublin: Trinity College.
Roberts, G. (2006). “MyWORLD e-Portfolios: Activity and Identity”. In Brookes eJournal of Learning and Teaching, 1(4). Oxford: Brookes University.
Sauer, I. M., Bialek, D., Efimova, E., Schwartlander, R., Pless, G. & Neuhaus, P. (2005). “’Blogs’ and ’Wikis’ Are Valuable Software Tools for Communication Within Research Groups”. In Artificial Organs, 29(1), 82-89. Oxford: Blackwell.
Schroeder, R. (2007). “e-Research Infrastructures and Open Science: Towards a New System of Knowledge Production?”. In Prometheus, 25(1), 1-17. London: Routledge.
Walker, J. (2006). “Blogging From Inside the Ivory Tower”. In Bruns, A. & Jacobs, J. (Eds.), Uses of blogs, 127-138. Digital Formations 38. New York: Peter Lang Publishing.
Ward, M. & West, S. (2007). Blogging PhD process: foregrounding the pedagogy. Communication imparted at the 8th annual conference of the Association of Internet Researchers. Vancouver: AoIR.

If you need to cite this article in a formal way (i.e. for bibliographical purposes) I dare suggest:

Peña-López, I. (2008) “Research Blogs and Blogging for Science Diffusion” In ICTlogy, #61, October 2008. Barcelona: ICTlogy.
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