Last update: 15 Aug 2006
today (3 July 2006) launched Macroelectronics Journal Club
, an on-line journal club focusing on scientific publications on flexible macroelectronics.Mission
How it works?
- Become an on-line library of scientific publications in the field of flexible macroelelctronics.
- Become an on-line platform to facilitate the interactions among researchers in the field.
- Foster scientific research and technological development in flexible macroelectronics.
How to use?
- Macroelectronics Journal Club runs on a Web2.0-enabled platform, CiteULike (see a brief introduction I wrote recently).
- Citation details of the publications are stored online.
- Free access to anyone with internet access.
- Club members can save their private PDF copies of papers online for personal use.
- Club members can leave comments. Comments can be public (for discussion) or private (for your own record).
How to post?Highly Recommended
- Browse: Very simple. All items in the Macroelectronics Journal Club are here. Bookmark it and visit frequently for latest updates.
- Subscribe: through RSS feed of Macroelectronics Journal Club and stay current.
- Search: You can search by title, author, and tag here. Author cloud and tag cloud are available here, and also at the end of this post for your convenience.
- Discussion: Leave your comments on a publication, or on someone else's comments. This is how we interact with each other. Got some thoughts on a publication and not want to share? No problem, you have the option to keep your comments private.
- Sign up at CiteULike and create an account first.
- Log on
- View group, scroll down to find the Macroelectronics group, then "ask to join the group".
- The Group manger (yours truly) needs to approve your application. But do email JournalClub@macroelectronics.org and let us know you are in the que.
- After approved, you're free to post items of interest to Macroelectronics Journal Club. Click a button and sit back. Let the system extract all citation details for you. (works in most cases except.... see Notes below)
- You can then assign tags to the item, e.g., macroelectronics, flexible-displays, review, OLED, etc. These tags will help organizing and searching items easily. Check available tags first (see tag cloud below). If not there, feel free to generate new tags.
- If you want, leave your comments/notes on the item.
- Email JournalClub@macroelectronics.org any publications of interest of flexible macroelectronics. We will post them for you and acknowledge your contribution in the items.
Questions and information:
- This post is linked at the left side bar of www.macroelectronics.org, under "Highlighted Topics", and will be updated regularly. So visit frequently to see the latest updates.
- All items you post will be stored in both Macroelectronics Journal Club and your personal CiteULike library.
- CiteULike can automatically extract citation details from many websites (see here for a list). In case you have an item on a website not supported, or not available online, you can post it manually.
- Tags can not include spaces (for reasons you'll appreciate later on). The default rule to name multi-word tag is "word1-word2-word3...".
- Everyone is welcome to browse the Macroelectronics Journal Club, but only registered members can leave comments.
Last update: 15 Aug 2006
Total members: 6
Total items: 59
All current authors in Macroelectronics Journal Club
. Bigger ones are more popular.