Blog coverage

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Before

During

Blog posts from Saturday's Blogging workshop

Post from blogging session, by Peter Morgan. How do SMA research organisation publish the research?

Workshop posts on other sites

After

Scitable's Nick Morris's thoughts on Science online

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Welcome Trust Coverage

#Solo11: Open science
#Solo11: Post-publication peer review
#Solo11: ‘Microattribution
#Solo11: Drowning in data
#Solo11: Open data = sooner treatments?
#Solo11: Best of the rest

Photo Coverage

Ian Mulvany's photos Science Online London 2011

Storify Coverage

Day 1

Science Online London 2011 Day 1: Storify of the Keynote by Michael Nielsen #solo11

Science Online London 2011 Day 1: Storify of #1 Panel: Linking with the Literature - The Arsenic Story #solo11

Science Online London 2011 : Day 1 Breakout sessions #1 #solo11

Science Online London 2011 : Day 1 Breakout sessions #2 #solo11

Science Online London 2011 : Day 1 Breakout sessions #3 #solo11

Science Online London 2011 Day 1: Storify of #2 Panel: Incentives - "What's in it for us?" #solo11

Day 2

Science Online London 2011 Day 2: Storify of #1 Panel: Dealing with data#solo11

A Storify of Solo Storifys

Livestreams

The recorded livestreams: http://river-valley.tv/conferences/solo-2011

Welcome: Science Online London 2011
Keynote - SOLO 2011
Panel #1 : Linking with the Literature – the Arsenic Story
National Undergraduate Bioscience Research Journal
Question Time – bringing policy to Science Online
Panel #2: Incentives - "What's in it for us?"

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