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ScienceOnline2013 – the 7th annual international meeting on Science and the Web


On January 30th, 2013 the Research Triangle area of North Carolina will once again host scientists, students, educators, physicians, journalists, librarians, bloggers, programmers and others interested in the way the World Wide Web is changing the way science is communicated, taught and done. As in all the previous years, the meeting will be held in an ‘unconference’ style – the program is built here beforehand with the help of participants, and the sessions are designed to foster conversations and discussions rather than a more traditional lecture approach.

The official website for the conference is ScienceOnline2013.com. A tentative schedule is availableand a detailed program can be found on this wiki -- but the best way is to see the Sched.org schedule, which works great on mobile and lets you customize your session choices.

If you have any questions or problems with this wiki, please contact Walter Jessen. For questions about ScienceOnline, please contact Karyn Traphagen.

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