Research Data and Scholarly Communication

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Presented for Marquette University's Scholarly Communication Symposium on February 11, 2013.

Presented for Marquette University's Scholarly Communication Symposium on February 11, 2013.

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  • 1. Research data and scholarly communication Dorothea Salo Scholarly Communication Symposium Marquette University 11 February 2013Photo: Todd Huffman, “Data?” http://www.flickr.com/photos/oddwick/2126909099/ CC-BY
  • 2. When you think Scholarly
  • 3.   communication!
  • 4. chances are you thinkPhoto: linda, “Endless source of inspiration” http://www.flickr.com/photos/jinterwas/ Photo: marya, “austria today -- 20 years ago” http://www.flickr.com/photos/emdot/45246607/5325454434/ CC-BY CC-BY
  • 5. or even
  • 6. or even
  • 7. or even
  • 8. or even
  • 9. or even
  • 10. or even
  • 11. And when you think Data!
  • 12. chances are you thinkPhoto: kevin dooley, “Actual is not normal (a tribute to Edward Tufte)” http://www.flickr.com/photos/pagedooley/2121472112/ CC-BY
  • 13. orPhoto: Steve Jurvetson, “Rocket Flight Computer Readout” http://www.flickr.com/photos/jurvetson/4093645514/ CC-BY
  • 14. or evenPhoto: T Farrant of GDS Infographics, “Ballooning CEO Salaries and Mass Layoffs” http://www.flickr.com/photos/gdsdigital/4963409391/ CC-BY
  • 15. Data trapped in amberPhoto: Luz, “amber” http://www.flickr.com/photos/nieve44/3800137286/ CC-BY
  • 16. Data trapped in notebooks Photo: Steve Jurvetson, “How the Eagle Landed -- the Grumman Construction Log” http://www.flickr.com/photos/jurvetson/7610058658/ CC-BY
  • 17. But that’s changing! (you
  • 18.   know,
  • 19.   just
  • 20.   like
  • 21.    everything
  • 22.   else,
  • 23.   right?)
  • 24. Hey!
  • 25.   You
  • 26.   got
  • 27.   your scholarly
  • 28.    communication in
  • 29.   my data!
  • 30. Hey!
  • 31.   You
  • 32.   got
  • 33.   your data in
  • 34.   my scholarly
  • 35.    communication!
  • 36. Let’s see both of those inaction. (and
  • 37.   talk
  • 38.   about
  • 39.    where
  • 40.   we
  • 41.   fit
  • 42.   in)
  • 43. Hey!
  • 44.   You
  • 45.   got
  • 46.   your scholarly
  • 47.    communication in
  • 48.   my data!
  • 49. Data-mining the literature Photo: Janet Lindenmuth, “Setting Props” http://www.flickr.com/photos/j3net/3916541891/ CC-BY
  • 50. Who
  • 51.   owns
  • 52.   metadata? Who’s
  • 53.   allowed
  • 54.   to
  • 55.    work
  • 56.   with
  • 57.   it? What
  • 58.   if
  • 59.   it’s
  • 60.   locked
  • 61.    behind
  • 62.   a
  • 63.   paywall?
  • 64. Impact Factor
  • 65. Impact Factor you’re
  • 66.   KIDDING
  • 67.    me,
  • 68.   right?
  • 69. #altmetrics: ImpactStory
  • 70. #altmetrics: ImpactStory
  • 71. Showing off...
  • 72. ... not just for humans...
  • 73. ... but for machines!
  • 74. Hey!
  • 75.   You
  • 76.   got
  • 77.   your data in
  • 78.   my scholarly
  • 79.    communication!
  • 80. Infrastructure Photo: Steve Jurvetson, “Inverted Tension” http://www.flickr.com/photos/jurvetson/992371651/ CC-BY
  • 81. Funder policies
  • 82. Institutional data policies
  • 83. Journal data policies
  • 84. Capturing and managing data
  • 85. Capturing and managing data
  • 86. Sharing and storing data
  • 87. Keeping data safe
  • 88. Helping people find data
  • 89. Citing data
  • 90. Citation infrastructure:name authority control
  • 91. Human infrastructure:education and training
  • 92. Thank you! This presentation available under a Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution license. If you reuse, please continue to credit included images!Photo: Todd Huffman, “Data?” http://www.flickr.com/photos/oddwick/2126909099/ CC-BY