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Knowledge organization in publishing

  1. 1. KNOWLEDGE ORGANIZATIONPERSPECTIVE ON SCIENTIFICPUBLISHINGOutline of the conceptDr hab. Marek Nahotko1Warszawa, 15-16.04.2013
  2. 2. Warszawa, 15-16.04.2013 2
  3. 3. Knowledge model: knowledge pyramid3Warszawa, 15-16.04.2013
  4. 4. Knowledge model: knowledge procesescyclePackagePublishDecideEnableCollaborateIntegrateProcessingdataManaginginformationBuilding KnowledgeAcquireTransformBy Hackathorn 19994Warszawa, 15-16.04.2013
  5. 5. E2E knowledge model5Warszawa, 15-16.04.2013By Faucher 2010
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  7. 7. Publishing model: information chainWarszawa, 15-16.04.2013 7
  8. 8. Publishing model: Björk’s SPLCWarszawa, 15-16.04.2013 8By Björk, Hedlund 2003
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  10. 10. Knowledge organization• B. Sosińska-Kalata: Research and practice area related totools preparation, which aim is to provide quick andefficient access to knowledge resources;• KOS: structures, tools and methods used to knowledgeorganization in various types of environments and for avariety of specific objectives.10Warszawa, 15-16.04.2013
  11. 11. KOS by B. Hjørland• Two approaches to KOS:• Narrow interpretation, typical for information science(document description, indexing and classification);• Broader interpretation, meaning social division ofmental labour, where KOS are associated withproduction and distribution of „knowledge”, organizationof publications, traditions, disciplines and people indifferent cultures.11Warszawa, 15-16.04.2013
  12. 12. KOS in a broad sense• Any structure that serves to confer some knowledge resourcesof the organizational structure, that facilitates users to accessthe knowledge (B. Sosińska-Kalata).• Tools:• Libraries, traditional and digital*• Museums and e-museums• Archives and e-archives• Encyclopaedia and e-encyclopaedia• Repositories of digital documents• Knowledge portalsand also• Division of scientific areas and disciplines used to organize scientificactivities• Division of areas of practice activities used to work and labourorganization.12Warszawa, 15-16.04.2013*In bold are publishing manifestations
  13. 13. Publishing as KO (PKO model)13Warszawa, 15-16.04.2013
  14. 14. TerminologyPKO model BeforeData DataMetadata ?DOS ?Informations InformationsMetainformations MetadataIOS KOSKnowledge KnowledgeKOS ?Warszawa, 15-16.04.2013 14
  15. 15. Kinds of KOS• By medium:• Hybrid KOS• Article• Research article• Review article• Book• Book chapter• Scientific conference paper• Dissertation• Electronic KOS• Rich Internet Publication (RIP)• Semantic publications• Paragraph• Sentence• Blog• Twitts• Wiki• By intention• KOS intended for scientists – as above• KOS intended for specialists• Article in specialist journal• Chapter in reference book• Professional conference paper• Patent• KOS intended for broad audience• Popular science article published in magazine, newspaper• Popular science book15Warszawa, 15-16.04.2013
  16. 16. Tools of KOS (standardization)• Standards for structures• Content modularization (IMRaD, IDCRD, EASE)* and editorial composition• Content visualization• Content coding (XML/RDF)• Abstract structures• Notes and bibliography styles (Vancouver, Harvard, APA styles)• Aggregation of digital objects• Ontologies of publication• Standards for rules• Scientific publication styles (EASE)• Ethics and good practices rules (GSP)• Conflicts of interests removing (COI)• Authorship settlement (Vancouver Protocol)• Standards for procedures• Deduction procedures (during research, represented by type of publication: theoretical,experimental, review)• Instruction and styles for authors (of publishers)• Instructions and forms for reviewers• Content evaluation rules• Procedures of topic, co-authors and publisher/journal title choices16Warszawa, 15-16.04.2013*In parenthesis are examples
  17. 17. (example)Warszawa, 15-16.04.2013 17
  18. 18. Application: KOS and IOS in print18KOS separated from IOSWarszawa, 15-16.04.2013
  19. 19. KOS and IOS in digital environment19KOS closer to IOSWarszawa, 15-16.04.2013
  20. 20. KOS and IOS in new digital publications20KOS integrated with IOSWarszawa, 15-16.04.2013
  21. 21. Conclusions• PKO model (Publishing as KO) allows simultaneouspresentation of knowledge and publishing processes;• It uses results of previous works in both directions;• A comprehensive view on the processes allows theterminology rearrangement;• The model can be used to investigate and explain thephenomena associated with scientific publishing (andmore broadly – with communicating), including itstransformation into an electronic form.Warszawa, 15-16.04.2013 21
  22. 22. Thank you for your, 15-16.04.2013