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The Team Science Toolkit: Enhancing Research Collaboration Through Online Knowledge Sharing

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Vogel A, Hall K, Fiore S, Klein J, Bennett L, Gadlin H, Stokols D, Nebeling L, Wuchty S, Patrick K, Spotts E, Pohl C, Riley W, and Falk-Krzesinski H. The Team Science Toolkit: Enhancing Research Collaboration Through Online Knowledge Sharing. American Journal of Preventive Medicine. 2013 Dec;45(6):787-789.

This is a commentary about the Team Science Toolkit. It provides a description of the Toolkit, and comments on the implications of the Toolkit's ability to consolidate resources and knowledge relevant to team science, including unpublished resources and resources from across all fields and disciplines,and to draw on the "wisdom of the masses" to do this, via wiki-like technology. The commentary includes a case study that provides examples of how the wide array of stakeholders in team science can use the Toolkit to find resources that address their needs and enhance their work. This commentary is availabe on open access, which enables you to download the pdf at no charge. It is available at: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0749379713004911

Online at: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0749379713004911

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English

Type of Publication:

Journal article

Keywords:

toolkit, wisdom of the masses, wiki, resource consolidation, knowledge base, SciTS field

Addresses these goal(s):

  • Learn about the field of team science: history, theory and concepts
  • Establish or maintain effective team science endeavors
  • Enhance team performance, interactions, and attitudes
  • Provide institutional support for team science
  • Provide training for team science to team members or students
  • Conduct research on/evaluate team science
  • Engage community partners in your scientific team

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Resource created by Amanda Vogel on 11/13/2013 1:56:30 PM.

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