Wikipedia and science publishing. Has the time come to end the liaisons dangereuses?
|Wikipedia and science publishing. Has the time come to end the liaisons dangereuses?|
|Published in||paper presented at the 3rd NATO-UNESCO Advanced Research Workshop Science Education: Talent Recruitment and Public Understanding. Balatonfured, Hungary, 20-22 October 2006|
|Keyword(s)||Science publishing, Wikipedia, open access, knowledge management|
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Wikipedia and science publishing. Has the time come to end the liaisons dangereuses? is a 2006 conference paper by Mainguy Gaell and published in paper presented at the 3rd NATO-UNESCO Advanced Research Workshop Science Education: Talent Recruitment and Public Understanding. Balatonfured, Hungary, 20-22 October 2006.
Structuring information into knowledge is an important challenge for the 21st century. The emergence of internet and the diffusion of collaborative practices provide new tools with which to build and share knowledge. Scientists are seeking efficient ways to get recognition and to diffuse their work while Wikipedia is seeking well grounded contributors to shape in-depth articles. Science publishing and Wikipedia are thus profoundly modifying access to knowledge and may provide suitable conditions for a reorganization of the academic landscape.
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