Research data         and scholarly       communication                             Dorothea Salo        Scholarly Communi...
When you think   Scholarly
 communication!
chances are you thinkPhoto: linda, “Endless source of inspiration” http://www.flickr.com/photos/jinterwas/   Photo: marya, ...
or even
or even
or even
or even
or even
or even
And when you think  Data!
chances are you thinkPhoto: kevin dooley, “Actual is not normal (a tribute to Edward Tufte)” http://www.flickr.com/photos/p...
orPhoto: Steve Jurvetson, “Rocket Flight Computer Readout” http://www.flickr.com/photos/jurvetson/4093645514/ CC-BY
or evenPhoto: T Farrant of GDS Infographics, “Ballooning CEO Salaries and Mass Layoffs” http://www.flickr.com/photos/gdsdig...
Data trapped in amberPhoto: Luz, “amber” http://www.flickr.com/photos/nieve44/3800137286/ CC-BY
Data trapped in notebooks   Photo: Steve Jurvetson, “How the Eagle Landed -- the Grumman Construction Log” http://www.flick...
But that’s changing!            (you
 know,
 just
 like
          everything
 else,
 right?)
Hey!
 You
 got
 your                           scholarly
                         communication                                                                                    ...
 my                                                                                                                       ...
Hey!
 You
 got
 your                                     data                                                                            ...
 my                                                                                                                  schol...
                                                                                                                communicat...
Let’s see both of those inaction.                   (and
 talk
 about
                   where
 we
 fit
 in)
Hey!
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Research Data and Scholarly Communication

  1. 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. 2. When you think Scholarly
  3. 3.  communication!
  4. 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. 5. or even
  6. 6. or even
  7. 7. or even
  8. 8. or even
  9. 9. or even
  10. 10. or even
  11. 11. And when you think Data!
  12. 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. 13. orPhoto: Steve Jurvetson, “Rocket Flight Computer Readout” http://www.flickr.com/photos/jurvetson/4093645514/ CC-BY
  14. 14. or evenPhoto: T Farrant of GDS Infographics, “Ballooning CEO Salaries and Mass Layoffs” http://www.flickr.com/photos/gdsdigital/4963409391/ CC-BY
  15. 15. Data trapped in amberPhoto: Luz, “amber” http://www.flickr.com/photos/nieve44/3800137286/ CC-BY
  16. 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. 17. But that’s changing! (you
  18. 18.  know,
  19. 19.  just
  20. 20.  like
  21. 21.   everything
  22. 22.  else,
  23. 23.  right?)
  24. 24. Hey!
  25. 25.  You
  26. 26.  got
  27. 27.  your scholarly
  28. 28.   communication in
  29. 29.  my data!
  30. 30. Hey!
  31. 31.  You
  32. 32.  got
  33. 33.  your data in
  34. 34.  my scholarly
  35. 35.   communication!
  36. 36. Let’s see both of those inaction. (and
  37. 37.  talk
  38. 38.  about
  39. 39.   where
  40. 40.  we
  41. 41.  fit
  42. 42.  in)
  43. 43. Hey!
  44. 44.  You
  45. 45.  got
  46. 46.  your scholarly
  47. 47.   communication in
  48. 48.  my data!
  49. 49. Data-mining the literature Photo: Janet Lindenmuth, “Setting Props” http://www.flickr.com/photos/j3net/3916541891/ CC-BY
  50. 50. Who
  51. 51.  owns
  52. 52.  metadata? Who’s
  53. 53.  allowed
  54. 54.  to
  55. 55.   work
  56. 56.  with
  57. 57.  it? What
  58. 58.  if
  59. 59.  it’s
  60. 60.  locked
  61. 61.   behind
  62. 62.  a
  63. 63.  paywall?
  64. 64. Impact Factor
  65. 65. Impact Factor you’re
  66. 66.  KIDDING
  67. 67.   me,
  68. 68.  right?
  69. 69. #altmetrics: ImpactStory
  70. 70. #altmetrics: ImpactStory
  71. 71. Showing off...
  72. 72. ... not just for humans...
  73. 73. ... but for machines!
  74. 74. Hey!
  75. 75.  You
  76. 76.  got
  77. 77.  your data in
  78. 78.  my scholarly
  79. 79.   communication!
  80. 80. Infrastructure Photo: Steve Jurvetson, “Inverted Tension” http://www.flickr.com/photos/jurvetson/992371651/ CC-BY
  81. 81. Funder policies
  82. 82. Institutional data policies
  83. 83. Journal data policies
  84. 84. Capturing and managing data
  85. 85. Capturing and managing data
  86. 86. Sharing and storing data
  87. 87. Keeping data safe
  88. 88. Helping people find data
  89. 89. Citing data
  90. 90. Citation infrastructure:name authority control
  91. 91. Human infrastructure:education and training
  92. 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
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