If you are going to ScienceOnline 2013 and are interested in attending the Electronic and Open Lab Notebook Session then there are some things you need to know about open notebooks. Luckily I’ve been writing about open notebook science for a while and have been compiling useful information for the benefit of everyone. Feel free to peruse my articles on the subject and be ready to bring some interesting thoughts to SciO13.
About ONS (the introduction)
- What is Open Notebook Science? Also see this.
- Why be an open notebook scientist?
- Available ONS Platforms – some commentary
- ONS Features
- Honorable mention: ONS time commitment
The Impacts of ONS
- ONS as a blog and as a research tool
- Protecting scientific research (continued)
- Why the world will care about ONS -
- Alternative publication
- Notes about signal to noise of scientific information (and more about data protection)
- ONS ethics
- Everything I’ve ever written about ONS and things that are open science that don’t fit into the ONS Info category
As usual feel free to leave comments below, or bring your comments to ScienceOnline 2013. Or better yet, contribute some thoughts on twitter and make sure you @mention me (
@Thescienceofant) and my co-moderator Kristen Briney ( @brineydeep4) and tag it #scio13.