by Tim Byrne on Fri, July 05, 2013
The redesign of OSTIblog makes it easier to find and view blog articles. The OSTIblog home screen now displays the title, image and opening paragraph for the last five articles. Earlier articles can be paged through, again viewing five per page.
The new menu bar has tabs for Topics, Authors, and Archive. The Topics tab allows users to browse OSTIblog articles assigned to one of four topic areas: Personal Perspectives, Products and Content, Science Communications, and Technology. There is also an option to browse by the name of an OSTI database, search tool or other product. The last choice under the Topics tab is to browse OSTIblog articles by subject tags. The Authors tab let users search for an author or browse through the list of names of all who have contributed to OSTIblog. Those looking for articles from a specific time period and use the Archive tab to access articles by month and year, dating back to November 2007.
If you have not been keeping up with OSTIblog, you might want to take a little time to check out some of the recent OSTIblog posts:
- Introducing SciTech Connect
- And the winner is . . . . you!
- Department of Energy’s SunShot Projects
- WorldWideScience – Easy Access to Text, Multimedia, and Data!
- Free-Electron Lasers move discovery into warp speed
- @OSTIgov Twitter is Trending!
- A Roadmap to Geothermal Heat Pump Feasibility
- The Manhattan Project -- Its Long-term Influences
- Monte Carlo Methods used in Cancer Research
- Where Do New Scientists Come From?
- The Unbelievable Accuracy of the Monte Carlo Method
- A shining example of Dr. King’s legacy
- ScienceCinema – See Science in ACTION!
- The Manhattan Project -- Its Immediate Influences
- The Significance of Science.gov
- A big anniversary for an even bigger collaboration!
- OSTI and DataCite – Easing Access, Citation and Reuse of Data
- The Manhattan Project -- Its Operations
- The Secret City Is Emerging from Its Past
- WorldWideScience and data
- OSTI by the numbers
- Exploring DOE Data Treasures
- A Big Year for Science.gov
- Celebrating the 20th Anniversary of Nobel Prizes for Two DOE-associated Researchers