alexa Biologists using social-networking sites to boost collaboration
Social & Political Sciences

Social & Political Sciences

Journal of Forensic Anthropology

Author(s): Mark Crawford

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Among scientists, there is a growing awareness of the value of social networking for advancing scientific research. From Facebook to LinkedIn to online niche scientific communities (e.g., Lab Meeting, Ologeez, Vivoweb, Academia.edu, ESnet, NetSci), scientists are using social-networking tools to foster collaboration and to accelerate the rate of discovery. Most science-networking sites offer some level of social networking, data sharing, searchable literature databases, and opportunities to create dialogue that may lead to collaborative research.

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This article was published in BioScience and referenced in Journal of Forensic Anthropology

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