ACM Web Science 2013, May 2-4th in Paris

Reflections on #WebSci13

May 9, 2013
by Lisa Harris

Here is a diverse selection of blog reviews of #WebSci13 so far, which I will add to as more come in:

Science and the Web by Peter Kraker which includes some welcome reflection on the value of open peer review

PhD Progress Blog by Chris Phethean on his experience of presenting in the pecha kucha session

Raminetinati’s Corner by Ramine Tinati showing some neat visualisations of twitter activity and the developing networks

Think Links by Paul Groth contains detailed reviews of Chi 2013 and Web Sci

Quinn Said by Quinn Norton is a transcript of his contribution to the panel

Bugs Become Features by Simon Harper is a review of the pecha kucha session

Web Science 13 by Anne McCrossan – great to see a Storify! Have you been following the #digichamps Anne? :-)

Reflections on WebSci13 by Tim Davies has some very thoughtful reflections on multidisciplinarity and how the event structure and format might be improved going forwards

My time at WebSci and WebSci the Summary reflecting on the event’s highs and lows by Clare Hooper

 

Categories: Programme. Tags: #websci13.

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