Open Data & Open Access

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Open Data & Open Access

  1. 1. From Flickr by Sean_Marshall OPEN SCIENCE Open access ¤ data Carly Strasser University of Florida California Digital Library Libraries University of California Curation Center August 2012
  2. 2. notebook science source content access dataFrom Flickr by cdsessums government repository knowledge
  3. 3. Open Science Makingscientific data, research, &dissemination From Flickr by CapesTreasures.comavailable to all
  4. 4. Map of Scientific Collaborations flowingdata.com
  5. 5. Open Science open repository open accessFrom Flickr by EssjayNZ open notebook open source
  6. 6. Why participate? From Flickr by darkuncle Reproducibility 25 20 15 Good 10 Bad Ugly 5 0 Trial 1 Trial 2 Trial 3
  7. 7. Why participate? From Flickr by darkuncle Reproducibility Credibility
  8. 8. www.brutallyhonest.org
  9. 9. From Flickr by Robert Couse-Baker “Help us identify grants that are wasteful or that you don’t think are a good use of taxpayer dollars.” ! Rep. Adrian Smith (R-Nebraska), a member of the House Committee on Science and Technology
  10. 10. Why participate? From Flickr by darkuncle Reproducibility Credibility Faster progress
  11. 11. Success Stories
  12. 12. Why participate? From Flickr by darkuncle Reproducibility Credibility Faster progress Required
  13. 13. Journals Institutions Funders From Flickr by Eva Rinaldi Celebrity andLive Music Photographer
  14. 14. But… From Flickr by jackcheng“Scientists will be overwhelmed”“It may be used for evil”“The public will misunderstand it” From Flickr by Candie_N
  15. 15. notebook science source content access dataFrom Flickr by cdsessums government repository knowledge
  16. 16. From Flickr by PGRsOnline Digital ¤ Free ¤ Online No price or permission barriers Full content Immediately available Not just publications
  17. 17. Proposal writingIdeas Project Research cycle Publication
  18. 18. OA is compatible with… copyright peer review revenue prestige quality indexing
  19. 19. OA is cheaper Journal subscription 4× Inflation fees
  20. 20. From Flickr by David HilowitzOA is cheaperNo…•  print•  subscription •  site licenses management •  user•  price authentication negotiation •  access blocking•  fee collection •  marketing
  21. 21. Gold OA 2 flavorsOA Journals of OAPeer reviewe.g., PLOS &Ecosphere Green OA From Flickr by TheCulinaryGeek OA Repositories No peer review Can be institutional or discipline-specific
  22. 22. Gold OA: OA Journals•  Some charge authors but many don’t•  Waived fees if institution has a subscription •  Institutions have funds for paying fees
  23. 23. Green OA: OA Repositories•  House articles for authors•  Articles can be in OA journals or traditional journals•  Post-print archiving is… explicitly allowed by ~60% of journals allowed by almost all others by request•  Solves pricing and permission problemsHoldup: Authors aren’t doing it
  24. 24. OA Repositories List OpenDOAR www.opendoar.org University of Nottingham, UK
  25. 25. Are there any NAY SAY ERSdown sides to OA?“Publishers are necessary for scholarly communication” •  Important “gatekeeper” role •  Maintain scholarly reputation of journal •  Arrange for peer review •  Edit and index articles Association of American Publishers (AAP) lobbying against open publication
  26. 26. 2011 Research Works ActFrom Flickr by ThomasHawk
  27. 27. From Flickr by giulia.forsythe The Cost of Knowledge signed by >12,000
  28. 28. notebook science source content access dataFrom Flickr by cdsessums government repository knowledge
  29. 29. Proposal Plan writing Analyze Collect Data Project ResearchIdeas Integrate Life Assure cycle Cycle Discover Describe Preserve Publication
  30. 30. From Flickr by Ninja M. Open Datacertain data should be freely available toeveryone to use & republish as theywish, without restrictions fromcopyright, patents or other mechanismsof control
  31. 31. International Geophysical docs.lib.noaa.gov Year 1957-1958# World Data Centers established “minimize the risk of data loss” “maximize data accessibility”
  32. 32. From Flickr by iowa_spirit_walker Stewardship Why? Barriers to Data
  33. 33. From Flickr by indigoprime Barriers: Cost From Flickr by kobiz7C. Strasser
  34. 34. Barriers: Sociocultural From Flickr by freefotouk Not the norm Lack of training & education
  35. 35. From Flickr by Christina Ann VanMeter Missed opportunities rights/benefitsFrom Flickr by pnh Barriers: Fear of lost Conflict From Flickr by tymesynk Misuse
  36. 36. Barriers: Lack of incentives Time consuming & expensive From Flickr by bthomso No requirements Reward structure
  37. 37. From Flickr by Carly & Art Doing Sci ence From Flickr by bbaunach
  38. 38. From Flickr by deltaMike Doing SciFrom Flickr by Marc Sardon ence
  39. 39. carlystrasser.netcarlystrasser@gmail.com @carlystrasser

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