The Future of the Journal? Integrating research data with scientific discourse

The Future of the Journal? Integrating research data with scientific discourse LOGOS 7 LOGOS 21/1-2 © 2010 LOGOS Anita de Waard Anita de Waard has a background in experimental physics. She joined Elsevier as publisher in physics and neurology in 1988, and since 1997 has been em- ployed as a Disruptive Technologies Director within the Elsevier Labs group. Her main focus is the devel- opment of innovative product concepts, with a spe- cifi c interest in establishing collaborations between Elsevier and academic groups in information and computer science. Her interests include the applica- tion of Semantic Web technologies for scientifi c com- munication, and the development of a new, semantic form for the scientifi c article. She developed and led the Elsevier Grand Challenge for Life Sciences and the Killer App Award, both rewarding researchers for ideas pertaining to novel forms of science publish- ing. Other projects include running the W3C HCLS SiG Subtask on Rhetorical Document Structure, col- laborations on representing scientifi c documents as hypotheses and evidence, and running a number of workshops that provide a platform enunciating the key possibilities for and defi ning the main impedi- ments to changing scientifi c communications. From January 2006 onwards, de Waard has been working as a part-time researcher http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Logos Brill

The Future of the Journal? Integrating research data with scientific discourse

Logos, Volume 21 (1-2): 7 – Jan 1, 2010

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Brill
Copyright
© 2010 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
ISSN
0957-9656
eISSN
1878-4712
DOI
10.1163/095796510X546878
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LOGOS 7 LOGOS 21/1-2 © 2010 LOGOS Anita de Waard Anita de Waard has a background in experimental physics. She joined Elsevier as publisher in physics and neurology in 1988, and since 1997 has been em- ployed as a Disruptive Technologies Director within the Elsevier Labs group. Her main focus is the devel- opment of innovative product concepts, with a spe- cifi c interest in establishing collaborations between Elsevier and academic groups in information and computer science. Her interests include the applica- tion of Semantic Web technologies for scientifi c com- munication, and the development of a new, semantic form for the scientifi c article. She developed and led the Elsevier Grand Challenge for Life Sciences and the Killer App Award, both rewarding researchers for ideas pertaining to novel forms of science publish- ing. Other projects include running the W3C HCLS SiG Subtask on Rhetorical Document Structure, col- laborations on representing scientifi c documents as hypotheses and evidence, and running a number of workshops that provide a platform enunciating the key possibilities for and defi ning the main impedi- ments to changing scientifi c communications. From January 2006 onwards, de Waard has been working as a part-time researcher

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