ThoughtMesh as a tool for open scholarship

I am listening to a Berkmann Luncheon Lecture by Jon Ippolito. The title of the lecture is Can Creativity be Outsorced? It discusses, among other things, a tool called ThoughtMesh, which is essentially an open and social publication platform, which allows tagging and navigation and search by text section and by tag.  It looks worth trying out.

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2 comments

  1. Hi anoush,

    Thanks for listening in. ThoughtMesh has seen a big take-up recently among academics participating in particular conferences (see especially the 40 essays in the National Poetry Foundation’s NPF Mesh).

    If you’d like some help giving it a whirl, shoot me an email.

    jon

  2. Thanks, Jon. I am planning to try ThoughtMesh out with a short paper I am co-authoring with a couple of colleagues. I am sure they will be up for it. I will let you know if there are any questions

    All the best,
    Anoush

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