Open Science and Crowd Science: Selected Sites and Resources.


  • Diane (DeDe) Dawson



The article reviews several websites related to open science and crowd science, including Panton Principles at, Cameron Neylon--Cameron's LaBlog at\labblog and Garrett Lisi--Deferential Geometry at


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How to Cite

Dawson, D. (DeDe). (2012). Open Science and Crowd Science: Selected Sites and Resources. Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship, (69).



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