Nistep_seminar_introduction 20111208

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Presentation for the introduction at NISTEP Seminar on Dec 8th, 2012. Reviewing some histories and backgrounds of reference management tools, the author guides audiences to be ready to have a main play from Victor Henning, CEO of Mendeley.
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Nistep_seminar_introduction 20111208

  1. 1. Revolution of the referencemanagement tool and its huge potentialpower to Scholarly Communications NISTEP Seminar , Dec 08, 2011 , Kazuhiro Hayashi (Affiliated Fellow)
  2. 2. Development of scholarly E-journals •  Digitization of information itself Tulip, •  Reviewing on the Web, Distribute through the web Scholar One Manuscript, Science Direct •  Link to other journals, and Bib DB CrossRef, Web of Science, PubMed •  Link to other class of DB –  Substance DB Gene, Chemical Compound –  Researchers DB ORCID –  Mash-up through API PLoS One
  3. 3. Development of e-Communication •  Before web: Letter, Phone and FAX •  After web: E-mail (most popular), BBS Blog , P2P, skype SNS, twitter Web media except email is NOT on the main stage of Scholarly Communications (so far).
  4. 4. Change of Storage •  On the desk, Bookshelf, Library •  In PC (Mac), Local folder and External storage (FD, CD, MO and DVD) •  HDD and LAN •  Cloud
  5. 5. Flood of Information and itsmanagement Many papers to read Many papers to write Many forms to get budgets Many forms to be promoted
  6. 6. Management and Sharing of ScholarlyInformation from a researcher’s view 0.0: accumulating in a personal physical space, exchange it by post-mail 1.0: accumulating in a personal local digital space, exchange it by e-mail 2.0: uploading on a personal web space, sharing on the web, communicate by e- mail 3.0: In a cloud, a person reuses each other’s data and registers to their personal space sometimes with his evaluation, communicate on SNS
  7. 7. Reference Management Tools 0.0: Binder Filing 1.0: EndNote launched: Local , writing support 2.0: RefWorks launched: ASP, sharing 3.0: Mendeley : Born Cloud, sharing, co- creating, co-evaluation •  And 3.0 Others (Read Cube, TogoDocs) •  Earlier tools are improved to 3.0 Now not just for reference managements
  8. 8. Today’s Goal •  Learning the latest innovative tool for scholarly communication (not just a reference management tool) •  Learning how it has been developed •  Hearing of a founder’s background to learn the origin of innovation •  Prospecting the future of Scholarly Communications using the latest tool Through

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