The huge popularity of social media today has led us to lose sight of the bigger Web 2.0 picture, argues David Stuart
In 2006 when Charlie Rapple last wrote for us about Web 2.0, the term was new and rather mysterious. Five years on, it's become part of the strategy of many scholarly publishers. She shares some tips about how to make best use of what this technology offers
A global experiment based on the social media technology behind Twitter and Facebook aims to find out how the social activity around online educational content can be captured and fed back to users, creators and publishers
Researchers are increasingly turning to social tools to help in their research. Lawrie Phipps examines what this could mean for researchers and students
TBI and Talis have picked the European Respiratory Society and the American Thoracic Society for a pilot project to test the application of semantic Web and Web 2.0 technologies to journal articles
Grace Baynes of Nature Publishing Group describes some of the ways that this company is using Web 2.0 to help researchers
DS and Axiell Library Group have teamed up to research Library 2.0 and other technology trends.
Thomson Scientific awards the 2008 Quantum2 InfoStar Award to Ohio librarian Brian Gray