If you're here, you either are interested in how to use Web 2.0 tools as a scientist, professor, or academic. This wiki is a gathering place for anyone with a passion and interest in science communication and workshop attendees from across the country so that everyone can continue to learn about the topic as well as network with one another.

How to Contribute

  • You will need to create a user account to begin
  • Anyone can start or add to discussions, but only members can edit page content
  • Start new discussions on a page's topic by clicking the Discussion button (next to the Edit button)
  • To become a member of this wiki, click Join in the upper right hand corner (or click "Join Now" if prompted at the top of the screen) and sign in
  • On the request membership page, please note where and when you attended the workshop, if you have, in the Comment box and hit Request Membership
  • It may take a few days for membership approval
  • Once your membership is approved, you can click the Edit button at the upper right of the text window to add your own content to pages (and be sure to add yourself to the Members page!)


Wikis are designed to benefit from input - so feel free to contribute! You can edit pages if you have links to add, or start a discussion about one of the major topics. Do not, however, delete anything. Inappropriate content will be moderated, and if there is anything you think is out of place, let Christie know (via e-mail or twitter). Please keep in mind that this is a place for learning and positive criticism, not unwarranted attacks, inappropriate language, trolling or other kinds of spamming. If you engage in these activities, your membership will be revoked and the offending material removed.