NEXT- GENERATION SCIENCE
JOURNALS
CHALLENGES & OPPORTUNITIES
JANET D. CARTER
UCLA LOUISE M. DARLING BIOMEDICAL LIBRARY
201...
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About UCLA
Biomedical Sciences
Neuroscience Building
Calif Nanosystems
Federal Grants
US Dept of Transportation, 0.11, 0%
US Dept of Commerce, 0.36, 0%
US Dept of Energy, 10.58, 2%
National Aer...
Funding Mechanism Amount Number
Other $1,575,940 4
Fellowships $2,158,239 65
Training $12,821,950 55
Research Grants $364,...
Commitment to Undergraduates
Biomedical Research
Minor
Biomedical Research 5HA - Biomedical Research: Concepts and Strategies. In this course, outstand...
Louise M. Darling Biomedical Library
• School of Medicine
• School of Nursing
• School of Public Health
• Life Sciences Di...
Louise M. Darling Biomedical Library
• Life Sciences Division
– Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
– Microbiology Immunology...
LS10H Seminar • Drosophila as a Disease Model
• Genetics and Genomics
Libguide: http://guides.library.ucla.edu/genetics_ge...
Publications
Research Training in Genes, Genetics and Genomics
• Chen J, Call G, Milchanowski A, Banerjee U, et al. (2005)...
Publications
Research Training in Genes, Genetics and Genomics
• Evans C, Olson J, Ngo K, Kim E, Lee N, Kuoy E,
Patananan ...
Publications
Research Training in Genes, Genetics and Genomics
• Ngo KT, Wang J, Junker M, Kriz S, Vo G, Asem B, Olson
JM,...
How Do We Decide to License Journals
• How new is the journal, is it indexed by an article database
(PubMed, BIOSIS, WoS, ...
Licensing Guidelines
• California Digital Library Information for Vendors
http://www.cdlib.org/
• CDL Licensing Process: P...
Renewal Issues
• UC or UCLA Faculty on Editorial Board(s)
• UC or UCLA Faculty publishing in the Journal
• Usage Statistic...
JoVE Usage Statistics Definitions
• Number of Visitors
The number of unique visitors. If multiple requests are made
from t...
UCLA JoVE Usage Statistics June 2009-August 2010
• Number of Visitors: 6,258
• Activity: 87, 797
– Counter Compliant? Wher...
UCLA & UC Authors
• 2007-2010 [PubMed Search]
– 108 UC authors
– 18 UCLA authors
• SOM: Depts. of Neurology; Physiology; P...
Bibliometrics
Journal of Visualized Experiments JoVE
• WoS - Not indexed J Vis Exp searchable in Cited Search
– 270 Cited ...
Scopus Journal Analyzer
NISO & Other Guidelines
• Best Practices for Ejournals: Publication and Website Design
Guidelines
http://www.library.vande...
It’s a
complicated
world – any
questions?
• Janet D. Carter jcarter@library.ucla.edu
Next-Generation Science Journals:  Challenges and Opportunities by Janet Carter, UCLA Louise M. Darling Biomedical Library
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JoVE, Journal of Visualized Experiments, is the first PubMed-indexed video methods journal in biology. Join a publisher and co-founder of JoVE and a senior collection management librarian in a discussion on next generation science journals: marketing and distribution of non-traditional online publications, licensing and subscription issues, and the challenges related to the acceptance of these publications within the library community. During the session, we will engage the audience aiming to answer questions such as: how next-generation publishers can help the library community to recognize the value of novel tools for the faculty, researchers, and students.

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  • About UCLA: http://www.ucla.edu/about.html
     
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    College of Letters and Science and 11 professional schools
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  • UCLA Undergraduate Research Center: http://www.ugeducation.ucla.edu/urhass/

    Minority Access to Research Careers Undergraduate Student Training in Research (MARC U*STAR) The MARC U*Star Program is an NIH funded honors program intended to prepare highly able minority students for graduate programs at outstanding universities throughout the United States. The MARC U*Star Program pays partial tuition and provides students with stipends to undertake research projects in UCLA faculty laboratories during the academic year. Students are also funded to participate in laboratory research at other universities during the summer. Trainees are encouraged to give oral and poster presentations of their research at local and national conferences. Trainees also receive special mentoring and preparation via counseling, journal clubs, workshops and honors courses.
    The Howard Hughes Undergraduate Research Program (HHURP) is intended for students planning to pursue graduate studies in the biomedical sciences
    The HHURP offers UCLA students the opportunity to work closely with faculty on biomedical research topics during the academic year and summer. Because the HHURP in an intensive research program, students are expected to spend a minimum of 10 hours per week in a laboratory

  • About the Biomedical Research Minor
    The UCLA Minor in Biomedical Research was officially launched in Spring 2007. Conceived by Prof. Utpal Banerjee and Dean Fred Eiserling as a logical extension of Dr. Banerjee's highly successful HHMI Professors program, the Undergraduate Research Consortium in Functional Genomics (URCFG; www.bruinfly.ucla.edu), the Minor was designed to make laboratory research a core part of the scientific curriculum as early as the first year of college. Independent research is complemented by coursework that develops important skills such as critical thinking, analysis of research literature and data presentation. In addition, an ethics and social science component trains students to recognize the political, social and philosophical issues facing science today.
    The UCLA Minor in Biomedical Research was made possible by generous support from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute.
  • Undergrad journal hosted and archived by the UCLA Library's Digital Library Program
  • Interdepartmental programs: LS, Chemistry, Physics, SOM, School of Engineering ,etc.
    Bioinformatics
    Center for Society and Genetics
    Computational and Systems Biology
    Minor in Biomedical Research
    Molecular Biology
    Molecular, Cell and Integrative Biology (ACCESS)
    Molecular, Cell and Integrative Physiology
    Neuroscience
  • Drosophila as a Disease Model or Genetic Model
    Eye Diseases
    Parkinsons
    Other Nervous system diseases/manifestations
    Enhancer trasp and gene expreassion
    FLP/FRT
  • Message fro John Olson, Oct. 25, 2010: Here are two other publications. Eight undergraduates are represented in the authors list and both papers have first authors that did the research as undergraduates. Both of them graduated before the papers came out, but the work was conducted when they were undergrads.
     
  • CDL web site: http://www.cdlib.org/ and follow the Information Gateway link for Vendors
  • CDL web site: http://www.cdlib.org/ and follow the Information Gateway link for Vendors
  • SJR: weighted citations per document
    SCImago Journal Rank (SJR) , is a measure of the scientific prestige of scholarly sources: value of weighted citations per document. A source transfers its own 'prestige', or status, to another source through the act of citing it. A citation from a source with a relatively high SJR is worth more than a citation from a source with a lower SJR. For more information on

    SNIP: SNIP = Source normalized impact per paper: corrects for differences
    in the frequency of citation across research fields
    Source Normalized Impact per Paper (SNIP) measures contextual citation impact by weighting citations based on the total number of citations in a subject field. The impact of a single citation is given higher value in subject areas where citations are less likely, and vice versa
    Citations: Total number of citations received by a journal in the year,
    considering all documents.
    Documents: Total number of documents published in the journal in the year.
    % Not Cited: Percentage of documents published in that year that have never
    been cited to date.
  • Concerns regarding the new JoVE publishing business model [author fees & increasing library subscriptions]
    Adding new section that require separate pricing [jump in cost by 2/3’s
    Jove Neuroscience
    Jove Immunology
    Not considering these to be new journals with separate ISSNs : PubMed indexing issues & ability for faculty and researchers to locate the articles. [CHAOS]
    PubMed Indexing policy
  • Next-Generation Science Journals: Challenges and Opportunities by Janet Carter, UCLA Louise M. Darling Biomedical Library

    1. 1. NEXT- GENERATION SCIENCE JOURNALS CHALLENGES & OPPORTUNITIES JANET D. CARTER UCLA LOUISE M. DARLING BIOMEDICAL LIBRARY 2010 CHARLESTON CONFERENCE NOVEMBER 5, 2010
    2. 2. 8 About UCLA Biomedical Sciences Neuroscience Building Calif Nanosystems
    3. 3. Federal Grants US Dept of Transportation, 0.11, 0% US Dept of Commerce, 0.36, 0% US Dept of Energy, 10.58, 2% National Aeronautics Space Admin., 12.33, 2% US Dept of Education, 16.41, 3% US Dept of Defense, 28.41, 5% Other Federal, 40.00, 7% National Science Foundation, 52.95, 9% US Dept of Health and Human Services, 425.10, 72% Awards By Federal Sponsors FY 2006-2007 (In Millions) 5
    4. 4. Funding Mechanism Amount Number Other $1,575,940 4 Fellowships $2,158,239 65 Training $12,821,950 55 Research Grants $364,874,327 750 Total $384,430,456 874 UCLA NIH Awards 2009
    5. 5. Commitment to Undergraduates
    6. 6. Biomedical Research Minor Biomedical Research 5HA - Biomedical Research: Concepts and Strategies. In this course, outstanding research faculty from the Medical School and College are invited to give a seminar on cutting edge research recently conducted in their laboratory. Each seminar is videotaped and used as an entry point for a series of lectures by the instructor that center on concepts and experimental approaches relevant to the seminar. Life Sciences 10H - Research Training in Genes, Genetics and Genomics. This discovery-based research course gives students hands-on experience with laboratory research in Drosphila genetics. Sponsored by Dr. Utpal Banerjee's HHMI Professors Award, LS 10H has already yielded publications in some major science journals with an unprecedented list of authors that includes over 150 undergraduates.
    7. 7. Louise M. Darling Biomedical Library • School of Medicine • School of Nursing • School of Public Health • Life Sciences Division • Related Research Institutes & Centers • UCLA Medical Center
    8. 8. Louise M. Darling Biomedical Library • Life Sciences Division – Ecology and Evolutionary Biology – Microbiology Immunology, & Molecular Genetics – Molecular Cell & Developmental Biology – Physiological Science – Psychology • Interdepartmental Programs
    9. 9. LS10H Seminar • Drosophila as a Disease Model • Genetics and Genomics Libguide: http://guides.library.ucla.edu/genetics_genomics • Protocols & Methods • PubMed, BIOSIS, & WoS
    10. 10. Publications Research Training in Genes, Genetics and Genomics • Chen J, Call G, Milchanowski A, Banerjee U, et al. (2005) Discovery-based science education: functional genomic dissection in Drosophila by undergraduate researchers. PLoS Biology 3(2):59. PMID: 15719063; PMC548953 • Call GB, Olson JM, Chen J, (252 undergraduate authors), Banerjee U. (2007) Genomewide clonal analysis of lethal mutations in the Drosophila melanogaster eye: comparison of the X chromosome and autosomes. Genetics 177(2):689-97. PMCID: PMC2034635
    11. 11. Publications Research Training in Genes, Genetics and Genomics • Evans C, Olson J, Ngo K, Kim E, Lee N, Kuoy E, Patananan A, Sitz D, Tran P, Do M, Yackle K, Cespedes A, Hartenstein V, Call G, Banerjee U. (2009) G-TRACE rapid Gal4-based cell lineage analysis in Drosophila. Nature Methods 6(8):603-605. PMID: 19633663; PMC2754220 • Sinenko SA, Hung T, Moroz T, Tran QM, Sidhu S, Cheney MD, Speck NA, Banerjee U. (2010) Genetic manipulation of AML1-ETO-induced expansion of hematopoietic precursors in a Drosophila model. Blood. 2010 Aug 5. [Epub ahead of print]. PMID: 20688956
    12. 12. Publications Research Training in Genes, Genetics and Genomics • Ngo KT, Wang J, Junker M, Kriz S, Vo G, Asem B, Olson JM, Banerjee U, Hartenstein V. (2010) Concomitant requirement for Notch and Jak/Stat signaling during neuro-epithelial differentiation in the Drosophila optic lobe. Dev Biol. Oct 15;346(2):284-95. Epub 2010 Aug 6. • Yavari A, Nagaraj R, Owusu-Ansah E, Folick A, Ngo K, Hillman T, Call G, Rohatgi R, Scott MP, Banerjee U. (2010) Role of lipid metabolism in smoothened derepression in hedgehog signaling. Dev Cell. Jul 20;19(1):54-65.
    13. 13. How Do We Decide to License Journals • How new is the journal, is it indexed by an article database (PubMed, BIOSIS, WoS, Scopus)? • Faculty and/or student recommendations vs Direct mass marketing strategies by the Publisher/Vendor • Any ILL borrowing history • Costs – can our budget support the subscription • Licensing agreement elements
    14. 14. Licensing Guidelines • California Digital Library Information for Vendors http://www.cdlib.org/ • CDL Licensing Process: Provides an overview of the process for acquiring digital resources • CDL Licensing Guidelines for Vendors – CDL Standard Agreements and Checklists – CDL standard license agreement – License agreement checklist
    15. 15. Renewal Issues • UC or UCLA Faculty on Editorial Board(s) • UC or UCLA Faculty publishing in the Journal • Usage Statistics: How often, What is being counted, What Standards are used? • Bibliometric data: Impact Factor , SNIP, Eigenfactor • Business Model changes • Faculty Input
    16. 16. JoVE Usage Statistics Definitions • Number of Visitors The number of unique visitors. If multiple requests are made from the same IP address within 1 hour, the user is considered to be a single visitor. • Activity is the total number of requests made during that time. This includes requests for articles as well as dynamic requests for page resources.
    17. 17. UCLA JoVE Usage Statistics June 2009-August 2010 • Number of Visitors: 6,258 • Activity: 87, 797 – Counter Compliant? Where are we? – View of actual video articles – View of PDF articles – Searching sessions
    18. 18. UCLA & UC Authors • 2007-2010 [PubMed Search] – 108 UC authors – 18 UCLA authors • SOM: Depts. of Neurology; Physiology; Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences • Ecology and Evolutionary Biology • Molecular Cell & Developmental Biology • Physiological Sciences • Electrical Engineering
    19. 19. Bibliometrics Journal of Visualized Experiments JoVE • WoS - Not indexed J Vis Exp searchable in Cited Search – 270 Cited Reference Search Results – Not listed in Journal Citation Reports (JCR) • SCOPUS - Indexed • Scopus Journal Analyzer – SJR 0.071 – SNIP 0.090
    20. 20. Scopus Journal Analyzer
    21. 21. NISO & Other Guidelines • Best Practices for Ejournals: Publication and Website Design Guidelines http://www.library.vanderbilt.edu/ercelawn/bestpractices.htm • Hawkins, Les. (2009) Best Practices for Presentation of E-journal Titles on Provider Web Sites and in Other E-content Products . Serials Review .Sept.; 35(3): 168-169 • NISO PIE-J (Presentation & Identification of E-Journals) Working Group http://www.niso.org/workrooms/piej
    22. 22. It’s a complicated world – any questions? • Janet D. Carter jcarter@library.ucla.edu

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