We will set aside time at the workshop for attendees to demonstrate relevant software etc. that they are working on. This will be done one-on-one or in small groups. Please add a sequential number and details of what it is you would like to present. Space, power etc. will be assigned to you at the workshop. This is open for commercial and non-commercial demonstrations.

 Number Demo Name Presenter Description
 1 SciVee Phil BourneShow how traditional scholarly output - research articles, posters, slides etc can be mashed up with rich media content in an attempt to enhance teh learning experience
 2Blogging Beyond the PDF Martin FennerDemonstrate several Wordpress reference management plugins.
 3 BioScholar     Gully Burns    Demonstration of a generic knowledge base application that provides direct support for the KEfED methodology
 4    VisTrails and Publications
 Juliana Freire
 Demonstrate an infrastructure we are building to support the creation and review of 'executable' papers, whose computational results can be reproduced, verified and re-used.
 5 Word Plug-insAlex Wade, Peter Murray Rust, Lee DirksOpen source plug-ins to MS Word developed in partnership between MS and the community
 6 Utopia DocumentsSteve Pettifer & Terri Attwood A tool that takes a PDF and then goes beyond it, with interactive content, semantics, comments
 SWAN  Annotation FrameworkPaolo Ciccarese & Tim Clark 
Annotate web documents with text mining services, or in semi-automated mode, or manually. Annotation metadata exportable as OWL/RDF, as specified in the Annotation Ontology (AO). Metadata contains full provenance including curation history, versioning, and annotation text localization.
 8Wingu elements
Nick Encina, Brian Gilman 

Elements is a modular and customizable app store for science built as a template-based SaaS platform. Wingu Elements allows scientists to choose the scientific applications that match their workflows and mash them into templates that are tailored to their data and business needs. Elements has an API toolkit for bundling code and supporting 3rd party applications and supports cross-disciplinary electronic lab notebooks, online collaborations, federated search, content management, project coordination, and data analysis.   

 9 AWE - The academic working environment   Peter Sefton        AWE is a working title for a set of tools for creating and managing scholarly documents and associated metadata, annotation and data. It has services for document formatting and conversion (ICE), a desktop or lab repository (The Fascinator) and tools for annotation and content packaging.
 10 Dexy Ana NelsonDexy ( is an opensource software for document automation, which has solutions for provenance and incorporating self-documenting methodology and workflows. Dexy is currently oriented towards the computational sciences but the concepts explored here can hopefully be applied or extended more generally.