Journal Club

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<td><font face="tahoma" size="2" color="#000099"></font>This could become the central repository for '''online journal clubs''', i.e. an open discussion of published research, similar to what is commonly done in small groups in research institutions. This page could serve as a hub to individual article reviews. Outstanding papers could be brought to everybody's attention by decorating them with small icons, e.g. stars, glowing light bulb, etc.</td>
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<td><font face="tahoma" size="2" color="#000099">This could become the central repository for '''online journal clubs''', i.e. an open discussion of published research, similar to what is commonly done in small groups in research institutions. This page could serve as a hub to individual article reviews. Outstanding papers could be brought to everybody's attention by decorating them with small icons, e.g. stars, glowing light bulb, etc.</font></td>
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This space for some suggestions on how to mark up / review the articles. Could be a 1/2/3 star rating icon, icons similar to Faculty of 1000: controversy, new hypothesis, supporting evidence, refuting,... I will have a look for some icons later. If anybody is skilled with graphics. Give it a shot.
This space for some suggestions on how to mark up / review the articles. Could be a 1/2/3 star rating icon, icons similar to Faculty of 1000: controversy, new hypothesis, supporting evidence, refuting,... I will have a look for some icons later. If anybody is skilled with graphics. Give it a shot.
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"The skill of writing is to create a context in which other people can think." <small>~Edwin Schlossberg ([http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edwin_Schlossberg])</small>
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"Writing gives you the illusion of control, and then you realize it's just an illusion, that people are going to bring their own stuff into it." <small>~David Sedaris (*1956 [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Sedaris])</small>
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"Whoever in discussion adduces authority uses not intellect but memory." <small>~Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519 [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leonardo_da_vinci])</small>
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This could become the central repository for online journal clubs, i.e. an open discussion of published research, similar to what is commonly done in small groups in research institutions. This page could serve as a hub to individual article reviews. Outstanding papers could be brought to everybody's attention by decorating them with small icons, e.g. stars, glowing light bulb, etc.





This space for some suggestions on how to mark up / review the articles. Could be a 1/2/3 star rating icon, icons similar to Faculty of 1000: controversy, new hypothesis, supporting evidence, refuting,... I will have a look for some icons later. If anybody is skilled with graphics. Give it a shot.

"The skill of writing is to create a context in which other people can think." ~Edwin Schlossberg ([1])

"Writing gives you the illusion of control, and then you realize it's just an illusion, that people are going to bring their own stuff into it." ~David Sedaris (*1956 [2])

"Whoever in discussion adduces authority uses not intellect but memory." ~Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519 [3])



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