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RE: [jox] Re: CVs or scientific committee

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Hi all
following the discussion while at conferences last week, most without net access...
I agree with committee members having accounts and permissions to edit a page onsite; also have some ideas about rating papers as well. One that I like from IEEE (I know... a bit conservative!) is to ask reviewers to rate their own competence to review - however, this might not be something you would make public
Dr Matthew Allen
Associate Professor and Head of Department, Internet Studies
School of Media, Culture and Creative Arts
Curtin University of Technology, CRICOS 00301J Australia
m.allen <>  @netcrit
Australian Learning and Teaching Council Fellow


From: owner-journal on behalf of Stefan Merten
Sent: Mon 23/11/2009 7:21 PM
To: journal
Cc: Stefan Merten
Subject: [jox] Re: CVs or scientific committee

Hi all!

3 days ago Stefan Merten wrote:
Yesterday Stefan Meretz wrote:
we could offer to give some
personal informations on a jox-page, but a link to an external page is
fine too. As a compromise each member could have a page with, at least,
name, affiliation, foto, and a link to an external page or some additional
personal information as they wish.

I hope over the weekend I'll be able to set up the website as outlined
on [pox] recently.

Done. The journal now has an own Plone site. I think all details about
this Plone site should be discussed here (rather than on [pox]).

Then I'd think that is is useful if every member of
the scientific committee gets an own account there. This creates the
option of a personal homepage where everybody can put to what s/he
likes. Unless someone objects I'll create accounts then.

I did not do this yet (but also did not look for objections so far).

This would also open up an easy solution for pages where less public
things can be discussed. This stuff can be configured to be visible
only by a certain user group - for instance the scientific committee.

Can all be done now.



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