101 Innovations in Scholarly Communication

Science is in transition. This site gives an impression of  the exploratory phase  of a project aiming to chart innovation in scholarly information and communication flows from evolutionary and network perspectives.

We intend to address the questions of what drives innovation and how these innovations change research workflows and may contribute to more open, efficient and good science.

What tools are researchers actually using in practice? Take our survey! https://innoscholcomm.typeform.com/to/Csvr7b?source=101

See also our poster presentation at Force2015


and our larger database of +400 tools and innovations


Workflows pages

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Jeroen Bosman

Utrecht University Library
Twitter: @jeroenbosman

Bianca Kramer

Utrecht University Library

Twitter: @MsPhelps

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