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Science Commons presentation on PLoS ONE and Article-Level Metrics

On Feb 20th, Microsoft hosted a “Science Commons Symposium” at their HQ in Redmond, WA. It was a great line up of speakers, and I was honored to be among them with an invitation to talk about PLoS ONE and our article-level metrics program.

Several people blogged about the meeting, and Brian Glanz provided an excellent running commentary for the entire day.

Courtesy of Microsoft Research, the full video coverage of all the talks are now online as follows: Session 1 (Microsoft Research; Cameron Neylon; Jean-Claude Bradley); Session 2 (Antony Williams; Peter Murray-Rust); Session 3 (Heather Joseph; Stephen Friend); and Session 4 (starring myself, in a warm up role for the keynote by John Wilbanks).You will need to install Silverlight to view the videos.

This was an excellent meeting, for which Microsoft and Science Commons deserve a lot of praise – I recommend the video coverage for anyone who couldnt be there.

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