Working in the open:my experiences with  open access     science      Tobias J. Osborne
in theoretical physics:
in theoretical physics:  routine & normal
arXiv.org
arXiv = open and free        access
pdf/source
pdf/source
result → wait → journal
result → wait → journal
result → wait → journal
result → wait → journal      preprint
result → wait → journal      preprint
result → wait → journal       preprinthas become canonical source
first place to look:     arXiv.org
Publication now only confers “stamp” of      credibility
Publication now only confers “stamp” of      credibility
Can we go further?
open access = lecture
conversation?
web 2.0: social• blogs• wikis• twitter• github• facebook• google+• ...
blogs
blogs
blogs
blogs
blogs: share “pre-preprints”;comments allowed
problem: too diffuse
twitter
twitter
twitter
announcement service        &     news feed
wikis
easily share notes/ideasonly 1-way communication
google+
github
science, social• Pros: • rapidly share ideas • encourage discussions• Cons: • very diffuse & disorganised • hard work!
the future?
Working in the open: my experiences with open access science
Working in the open: my experiences with open access science
Working in the open: my experiences with open access science
Working in the open: my experiences with open access science
Working in the open: my experiences with open access science
Working in the open: my experiences with open access science
Working in the open: my experiences with open access science
Working in the open: my experiences with open access science
Working in the open: my experiences with open access science
Working in the open: my experiences with open access science
Working in the open: my experiences with open access science
Working in the open: my experiences with open access science
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Working in the open: my experiences with open access science von Prof. Tobias J. Osborne, Institut für Theoretische Physik an der
Leibniz Universität Hannover im Rahmen der Veranstaltungsreihe der TIB/UB zur Open Access Week 2012 (s.a. http://bit.ly/oa-hannover)

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Working in the open: my experiences with open access science

  1. 1. Working in the open:my experiences with open access science Tobias J. Osborne
  2. 2. in theoretical physics:
  3. 3. in theoretical physics: routine & normal
  4. 4. arXiv.org
  5. 5. arXiv = open and free access
  6. 6. pdf/source
  7. 7. pdf/source
  8. 8. result → wait → journal
  9. 9. result → wait → journal
  10. 10. result → wait → journal
  11. 11. result → wait → journal preprint
  12. 12. result → wait → journal preprint
  13. 13. result → wait → journal preprinthas become canonical source
  14. 14. first place to look: arXiv.org
  15. 15. Publication now only confers “stamp” of credibility
  16. 16. Publication now only confers “stamp” of credibility
  17. 17. Can we go further?
  18. 18. open access = lecture
  19. 19. conversation?
  20. 20. web 2.0: social• blogs• wikis• twitter• github• facebook• google+• ...
  21. 21. blogs
  22. 22. blogs
  23. 23. blogs
  24. 24. blogs
  25. 25. blogs: share “pre-preprints”;comments allowed
  26. 26. problem: too diffuse
  27. 27. twitter
  28. 28. twitter
  29. 29. twitter
  30. 30. announcement service & news feed
  31. 31. wikis
  32. 32. easily share notes/ideasonly 1-way communication
  33. 33. google+
  34. 34. github
  35. 35. science, social• Pros: • rapidly share ideas • encourage discussions• Cons: • very diffuse & disorganised • hard work!
  36. 36. the future?
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