Online survey – participate now!

Online survey on “netiquette between students and lecturers on Facebook” (to project site).

To the survey (German): https://www.soscisurvey.de/zbw_neti/


Social media are establishing themselves in the everyday world of research, influencing research techniques and publishing processes. 

The transdisciplinary Leibniz Research Alliance Science 2.0 examines these changes and develops innovative Science 2.0 applications.

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International experts discuss Science 2.0 in the context of Citizen Science and Big Data Analytics

Press invitation     International experts discuss Science 2.0 in the context of Citizen Science and Big Data Analytics Second International Science 2.0 Conference on 25 and 26 March 2015 in Hamburg – First presentation of the results of the EU’s Public Consultation on Science 2.0 Hamburg, 14 January 2015: the gates of the International Science 2.0 […]


Second general meeting of the Leibniz Research Alliance Science 2.0 – Alliance now has 37 partners

Nearly 40 participants gathered for the second general meeting of the Leibniz Research Alliance Science 2.0 which took place in Berlin on 27 November 2014 as part of the annual meeting of the Leibniz Association. The alliance admitted two new members on this occasion: the University Library of Mainz and the Zeppelin University of Friedrichshafen. […]


Studie zu Science 2.0: Zwischen Video, Wikipedia und Content-Sharing

Online-Tools sind aus vielen Bereichen des wissenschaftlichen Arbeitens nicht mehr wegzudenken. Den neuesten Entwicklungen auf der Spur zu bleiben und zu wissen, wie der Alltag von Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftlern heute aussieht, ist eine elementare Aufgabe von Informationseinrichtungen. Dabei unterscheiden sich die Arbeitskultur und eingesetzten Tools und Methoden je nach Fachgebiet sehr. Eine aktuelle Studie gibt…


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