Ciencia 2.0: catálogo de herramientas e implicaciones para la actividad investigadora

@article{CabezasClavijo2009Ciencia2C,
  title={Ciencia 2.0: cat{\'a}logo de herramientas e implicaciones para la actividad investigadora},
  author={{\'A}lvaro Cabezas-Clavijo and Daniel Torres-Salinas and Emilio Delgado L{\'o}pez-C{\'o}zar},
  journal={Profesional De La Informacion},
  year={2009},
  volume={18},
  pages={72-80}
}
The concept of Science 2.0 is introduced and analysed based on its principal characteristics: user participation and collaboration, as well as free information exchange by means of web applications. A categorisation of tools for main web 2.0 functionalities for scientists is detailed: blog networks, journals with 2.0 tools, online reference managers and social tagging, open data and information reutilisation, social networks, and audio and video-science. Main factors influencing the use of… Expand
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