OpenWetWare:Steering committee/NSF BDI Grant

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The grant has been submitted. Thanks to all of you that helped with grant and letter writing. Here is the submitted version of the Project Description. More to come including references and front matter.


Relevant pages

Submitted version of the Grant

  1. Grant description
  2. Grant outline
  3. Grant draft
  4. Letter of support from steering committee
  5. Bibliography
  6. PDF of Project Description for submitted grant

Resources

What we need

References

Please post any references you have regarding scholarly works that discuss wiki's, collaborative info tools, the inefficiencies of research, the lack of info about methods or anything else that might be relevant. We are in desperate need! Press articles can also be posted (but real papers are more helpful!).

Education

wikis & science

semantic web+wiki

  1. Berman HM and Westbrook J. The need for dictionaries, ontologies, and controlled vocabularies. OMICS. 2003 Spring;7(1):9-10. DOI:10.1089/153623103322006481 | PubMed ID:12831545 | HubMed [Berman-OMICS-2003]

semantic web and biology

  1. Jenssen TK and Hovig E. The semantic web and biology. Drug Discov Today. 2002 Oct 1;7(19):992. PubMed ID:12546914 | HubMed [Jenssen-DrugDiscovToday-2002]

general wiki

sharing in sciences

  1. Eysenbach G. Citation advantage of open access articles. PLoS Biol. 2006 May;4(5):e157. DOI:10.1371/journal.pbio.0040157 | PubMed ID:16683865 | HubMed [Eysenbach-PLOSBiol-2006]
  2. MacCallum CJ and Parthasarathy H. Open access increases citation rate. PLoS Biol. 2006 May;4(5):e176. DOI:10.1371/journal.pbio.0040176 | PubMed ID:16683866 | HubMed [MacCallum-PLOSBiol-2006]
All Medline abstracts: PubMed | HubMed

Do Open-Access Articles Have Greater Research Impact?

information aggregation in science

publishing science online

IMPLEMENTING PEER REVIEW ON THE NET: SCIENTIFIC QUALITY CONTROL IN SCHOLARLY ELECTRONIC JOURNALS

others that might be helpful

Latour, Bruno. Laboratory life : the social construction of scientific facts / Bruno Latour, Steve Woolgar ; introd. by Jonas Salk. Beverly Hills : Sage Publications, c1979. Dewey Library - Stacks | QH315.L315

Letters of support

Assuming we proceed with the grant, we're going to need letters of support. More to come.