For an organization with “Online” in its very name, you’d think Science Online would have no trouble putting the content of their flagship conference, well, online. Well, guess what: collating and summarizing all that information is hard! So if you weren’t at last week’s Science Online Together conference, and even if you were, it’s all too easy to go a little crazy searching through thousands of tweets, Storify sessions, and blog posts to pick out the parts you’d find useful.
With that in mind, I’ve spent far too much time over the past three days putting together the following non-attendee’s guide to Science Online Together 2014. Each of the individual sessions is listed, in chronological order (because no other order really makes sense), along with
- the session’s facilitator: the person who moderated the session, who is a good contact point for questions
- the session’s Twitter hashtag, where you can find (almost) all tweets about the session, including those from live-tweeters as well as questions contributed by others and further discussion taking place afterwards
- the session’s Storify page(s), if there is one or more than one, which consists of a …