1. Scholarly and science blogs A new form of academic discourse?
2. Theses Blogs are a specic type of online discourse Science blogs/scholarly blogs are a well established type of blogs with different subtypes Blogs can translate properties of scholarly discourses of the pre-web era into a hypertextual universe of discourse
3. What is a blog?
4. Entries ordered by inverse chronology Text Text http://www.iaas.uni-bremen.de/sprachblog/
23. Documentations of scientic activities http://www.schmidtmitdete.de/
24. Personal and institutional PR http://mediendidaktik.uni-duisburg-essen.de/blog/2
25. Publication of peer reviewed research Text Text http://researchblogging.org/
26. Popular science http://www.wissenslogs.de/wblogs/blog/klimalounge/klimadaten/2008-05-08/die-klimawette
27. Contexts: Academic publishing on the web Commercial Online Journals Open Access Journals Wikis Individual Sites and Publications Specialized Search Engines (Google Scholar)
28. Platforms and portals ResearchBlogging.org Nature Network Blogs ScienceBlogs.com GermanResearchBlogging.org (zur Zeit nicht erreichbar) Postgenomic The Academic Blog Portal wissensblogs Scientic Blogging Discover Blogs Nature Blogs
29. Reputation Thesis: Translation between scientic reputation and blogger reputation is possible Scientic reputation and blogger reputation rely on similar mechanisms The blogosphere allows scholarly micro public spheres
30. Scientic exchange Thesis: Blogs facilitate scholarly communication on uid subjects Blogs allow asynchronous open communication between personal talk and journals/congresses Blogs can serve as open research journals
31. Academic teaching Support of learning communities Support of self directed learning by students Documentation of work for master theses and doctoral dissertations
32. Public science Direct dialogue between scholars/scientists and the general public Short circuiting of existing publication channels Agenda setting/PR for science
33. Future: Blogosphere, social media, life web Microblogs and life streams take over Social networks and blogs are integrated Blurring of the border between posts and magazines Internal aggregation; blogs as knowledge repositories
34. References and Discussions Alex Halavais: quot;Scholarly Blogging: Moving Toward the Visible Collegequot; (Amazon) Wissenswerkstatt tag Wissenschaftsblog Was sind gute Wissenschaftsblogs?