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Vogel, Amanda, et al. The Team Science Toolkit: Enhancing Research Collaboration Through Online Knowledge Sharing
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…
Article 2013 11/13/2013 External link to resource Download this resource from the Toolkit View this resource on D O I
Falk-Krzesinski, Holly, et al. Comparative Matrix of Research Networking Tools
Northwestern University is geographically divided into two campuses: a main, undergraduate campus in Evanston, IL that houses seven schools, and a downtown Chicago campus that is home to three school…
Poster 2010 6/12/2013 External link to resource
Elfner, L. E., et al. A Sigma Xi White Paper TEAM SCIENCE HEAVING WALLS & MELDING SILOS
Article -- 6/12/2013 View Editors Picks
Weber, Griffin Direct2Experts: a pilot national network to demonstrate interoperability among research-networking platforms
Research-networking tools use data-mining and social networking to enable expertise discovery, matchmaking and collaboration, which are important facets of team science and translational research. Sev…
Article 2011 6/12/2013 External link to resource View this resource on Pubmed View this resource on D O I
Börner, K., et al. The Science of Team Science (SciTS): A Beacon for 21st Century Scientific Collaboration
Social, economic, technological, health, and environmental problems impacting our world are complex, but we are able to increasingly address them through scientific pursuit. The sophistication of thes…
Article 2010 12/6/2012 External link to resource
Spring, Bonnie, et al. An emerging science and praxis for research and practice teams
A meta-trend, observable over the past several decades, is that work is being conducted increasingly by teams. The proportion of scientific publications authored by groups rather than solo authors …
Article 2012 11/30/2012 External link to resource View this resource on D O I
Falk-Krzesinski, Holly, et al. Advancing the science of team science.
In an effort to enhance the understanding of how best to engage in team science to promote collaborative translational research and meet society’s needs, the First Annual International Science of Team…
Article 2010 9/20/2012 View Editors Picks View this resource on Pubmed View this resource on D O I
Falk-Krzesinski, Holly, et al. Mapping a research agenda for the science of team science
An increase in cross-disciplinary, collaborative team science initiatives over the last few decades has spurred interest by multiple stakeholder groups in empirical research on scientific teams, givin…
Article 2011 9/20/2012 External link to resource View this resource on D O I
Börner, K., et al. A Multi-Level Systems Perspective for the Science of Team Science
At its most general, the production of knowledge can involve either an incremental change in understanding, or a discrete change. The former involves adding to an existing body of knowledge about a p…
Article 2010 3/7/2011 View Editors Picks External link to resource

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