Scientific journal is a lot like YouTube – - Macleans OnCampus

Connotea Imports 2012-07-31


"Are you tired of reading textbooks and journal articles? Imagine if you could research your lab report or learn an experimental technique by watching a YouTube video. I just learned that you basically can, thanks to the Journal of Visualized Experiments. It’s like YouTube, except you’re not watching videos of kittens playing patty cake or people doing stupid stuff with trampolines. JoVE publishes peer-reviewed research just like any other academic journal, but in video format. It’s even indexed in PubMed Central, which is the Google of biochemical and life sciences research. At five-years old, JoVE may be the only journal of its kind. But one can imagine there will soon be more like it...."


From feeds:

Open Access Tracking Project (OATP) » Connotea Imports

Tags: oa.journals



Date tagged:

07/31/2012, 12:07

Date published:

12/13/2011, 16:18