Science Online London (Solo09)
Today I’m going to be at Science Online London (programme). I wasn’t able to attend in person last year, but I followed the live streams online and gained a lot from it. You can follow @soloconf on Twitter, hashtag #solo09, but judging from last year, most of the action will be in the Solo09 FriendFeed Room:
The Web is rapidly changing the communication, practice and culture of science. Science online London 2009 will explore the latest trends in science online. How is the Web affecting the work of researchers, science communicators, journalists, librarians, educators, students? What can you do to make the best use of the growing number of online tools? This is the follow-up conference to last year’s Science Blogging 2008: Londonconference. The name of the event was changed to reflect the variety of science-related activities happening online today. Topics include blogging and microblogging, online communities, open access and open data, new teaching and research tools, author identifiers and measuring the impact of research.
See you there, or see you online.