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(Sept 2011) SIS Homecoming 2011: Research Agenda
 

(Sept 2011) SIS Homecoming 2011: Research Agenda

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Event: Homecoming 2011 reception, School of Information Studies, McGill University, October 19, 2011.

Event: Homecoming 2011 reception, School of Information Studies, McGill University, October 19, 2011.

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    (Sept 2011) SIS Homecoming 2011: Research Agenda (Sept 2011) SIS Homecoming 2011: Research Agenda Presentation Transcript

    • WELCOME BACK CAROLYN.HANK@MCGILL.CA Assistant Professor ▪ School of Information Studies HOMECOMING 2011
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    • CURATION SCHOLARLY RECORD NEW MEDIA BLOGS &TWITTERCURRICULUM DIGITAL CURATION TEACHING SOCIAL SPACE
    • CURATIONCURRENT WORK: SCHOLARS, BLOGS & PRESERVATION SCHOLARLY RECORD BLOG Questionnaires Interviews BLOGGER Blog Analysis
    • SCHOLARSHIP Public 100% Allows use andScholarly exchange 94% record 80% Subject to critical review 68% 66% agree with all three criteria Association of Research Libraries (1986). Braxton, J.M., Luckey, W., BLOGGER PERCEPTIONS & Helland, P. (2002).
    • SCHOLARY LIFE PROMOTION GREATER VISIBILITY WORK ENJOYMENT TEACHING QUALITY SHARING PRE-PUBS IMPROVED WRITING EFFICIENCY NEITHER WRITING QUALITY IMPAIRED RESEARCH QUALITY RESEARCH CREATIVITYRESEARCH PRODUCTIVITY 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% BLOGGER PERCEPTIONS
    • PRESERVATION Personal access/use 16% Short-term future Personal access/use 19% Short-term future Personal access/use 76% Indefinite future Public access/use 80% Indefinite future 0% 100% BLOGGER PREFERENCES
    • 100%90%80% Blogger Co-Author(s)70% Provider/Host/Network60% Search Engine50% Public Trust40% Natl Library30% Natl Archive20% Instl Library Instl Archive10% Instl IT Dept 0% RESPONSIBILITY CAPABILITY BLOGGER PERCEPTIONS preservation
    • Better things to do Personal responsibilityPersonal communications Bad experienceBLOGGER PERCEPTIONS
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    • CURATIONCURRENT WORK: SCHOLARS, BLOGS & PRESERVATION SCHOLARLY RECORD PRESERVATION PREFERENCE BLOGS AS SCHOLARSHIPIMPLICATIONS & FUTURE DIRECTIONS FORMAL & INFORMAL CHANNELS & UNITS CO-PRODUCER DEPENDENCIES SOCIAL, LEGAL & REGULATORY CURRENT & FUTURE USE FRAMEWORKS IN WHICH THESE COMMUNICATIONS TAKE PLACE ORGANIZATONAL INVESTMENT PERSONAL COMMITMENT
    • THANK YOUCAROLYN HANKEmail: carolyn.hank@mcgill.caPhone: 514.398.4684Office: SIS, Room 210Slideshow: QUESTIONS