Live webcast on Mogulus
- Workshop session: This worked for the most part except for parts of Phil Bourne’s and Dave de Roure’s talks. The recording is available on Mogulus.
- Workshop highlights: Tune in to Cameron’s Mogulus channel to view (barring technical difficulties).
Slides on Slideshare
All slides for all workshop presentations are available on Slideshare under the event “Open Science Workshop at PSB09”:
- Introduction to Open Science by Cameron Neylon
- Open Science: one Person’s view and what we are doing about it by Phil Bourne
- The myExperiment approach to Open Science by Dave de Roure
- Community annotation in translational bioinformatics: lessons from Wikipedia by Chang Feng Quo
- How bio-ontologies enable Open Science by Nigam Shah
- Measuring the adoption of Open Science Data by Heather Piwowar
- Challenges for Open Science (thoughts from a skeptical supporter) by Steven Brenner
- Laying out the principles of Open Science by Kaitlin Thaney
- Report to the conference by Cameron Neylon (Highlights talk)
PSB 2009 FriendFeed room
Discussion forum, microblogging of sessions, and commentary on events.
Building confidence. – My favorite bioinformatics/computational bio meeting = PSB
What you’re doing is rather desperate – Uninspired? Attend PSB 2009 (virtually)
Sniffing the beaker – OpenScience@PSB — participating virtually
The DailyScan – Scientists in swimwear? It must be time for PSB
Science in the Open – Brief running report on the Open Science workshop at PSB 2009
e-Research – Trip report – Open Science workshop at PSB 2009
Open Access News – Presentations, etc. from open science workshop
Science in the Open – Reflections on the Open Science workshop at PSB09