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ScienceOnline 2010 Live

The Research Triangle Park blog in Raleigh-Durham, NC will be live streaming many of the sessions from ScienceOnline 2010, a three day event that "brings together scientists, physicians, patients, educators, students, publishers, editors, bloggers, journalists, writers, web developers, programmers and others to discuss, demonstrate and debate online strategies and tools for doing science, publishing science, teaching science, and promoting the public understanding of science."

While Sunday, January 17, is the last day of the event, the core of the presentations happen today.

With fingers crossed! The Research Triangle Park folks will be successfully broadcasting sessions from Room D. Watch live here or over on the UStream Channel ScienceOnline2010.

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Saturday Schedule

9:00 - 10:05 am - The Importance of Meatspace: Science Motels, science freelancing and science coworkingBrian Russell and Paweł Szczęsny

9:00 - 10:05 am - The Importance of Meatspace: Science Motels, science freelancing and science coworkingBrian Russell and Paweł Szczęsny

10:15- 11:20 am - Rebooting Science Journalism in the Age of the WebEd Yong, Carl Zimmer, John Timmer, and David Dobbs

11:30-12:35 pm - Talking Trash: Online Outreach from the Great Pacific Garbage Patch Miriam Goldstein, Lindsey Hoshaw and Annie Crawley

2:00 - 3:05 pm - Science and Entertainment: Beyond BloggingTamara Krinsky and Jennifer Ouellette

3:15 - 4:20 pm - How does a journalist figure out “which scientists to trust”?Christine Ottery and Connie St Louis

4:40 - 5:45 pm - Web Science: An examination of the World Wide Web and how it is transforming our societyArikia Millikan and Nate Silver

Sunday Schedule

9:00 - 10:05 am - Broader Impact Done Right – Karen James, Kevin Zelnio, Miriam Goldstein, Jeff Ives and Beth Beck

10:15 - 11:20 am - Getting the Science Right: The importance of fact checking mainstream science publications — an underappreciated and essential art — and the role scientists can and should (but often don’t) play in it. – Rebecca Skloot, Sheril Kirshenbaum, and David Dobbs

11:30 - 12:35 pm - Blogging the Future – The Use of Online Media in the Next Generation of ScientistsStacy Baker

 

 

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