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Welcome	  to	  OPEN	  BY	  DEFAULT	                                         at	  Danish	  Technical	  University	         ...
About	  the	  speaker:	  •  Project	  Manager	  of	  FP7	  EURO-­‐BASIN	  (www.euro-­‐basin.eu)	  •  Managing	  Editor	  f...
 	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  A	  brief	  (and	  comical)	  history	  of	  knowledge	  …	                          ...
 	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  Observing	  (and	  copying)	  our	  environment	  …	          ©	  Norbert	  Aujoulat,...
Recording,	  and	  	  sharing	  the	  	  knowledge	  capital	  …	             	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	       ...
Leading	  to	  a	  first	  step	  towards	  	  democraCsaCon	  of	  knowledge	  …	                                         ...
 	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  …	  but	  not	  for	  all	  …	  	  The	  physical	  world	  sCll	  limits	  	  true	 ...
…	  unCl	  this	  dream	  offers	  exponenCal	  potenCal	  …	             	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	            ...
…	  global	  knowledge	  …	          	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	                                                ...
…	  but,	  has	  the	  ICON	  of	  knowledge	  evolved	  with	  the	  leaps	  in	  technology?	     …	  or	  is	  it	  sCl...
…	  remember,	  YOUR	  average	  paper	  costs	  at	  least	  50	  000	  USD	  (before	  the	  publishers	  charge	  you	 ...
…	  does	  collaboraCon	  follow	  funding,	  	                       PotenKal	  or	  AVOID	  barriers?	                  ...
Is	  this	  a	  possible	  barrier?	  
If	  your	  family	  gets	  blocked	  from	        reading	  YOUR	  paper,	  so	  are	           developing	  countries	  
Can	  Open	  Access,	  Open	  Data,	  Open	  Science,	  Open	  InnovaCon	  principles	  	  offer	  a	  soluCon	  towards	  ...
…	  true	  knowledge	  at	  your	  fingerCps?	  
The	  knowledge	  generators	  think	  so:	                                     Source:	  The	  Guardian,	  9	  April	  20...
An	  open	  a_tude	  	                                    can	  empower	  research:	               “there	  are	  some	  fi...
…	  form	  unexpected	  	         relaConships	  …	  
…	  and	  new	  connecCons	  …	  
Strategy	  &	  Bigger	  Picture	                                                         …	  and	  connect	  	            ...
Strategy	  &	  Bigger	  Picture	                                                       Thank	  you!	  Photograph:	  Yuriko...
How	  OPEN	  is	  your	  research?	                    Lab Book                Primary Data              Conference       ...
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"Why an OPEN attittude" at OpenByDefault, DTU 2012

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Presentation on Why an Open attitude benefits a researcher, during the OpenByDefault event, Danish Technical University.

Organiser: Pedro Parraguez Ruiz, ppru(at)dtu.dk

Sponsors & Supporters:
PhD Association, DTU Library

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  1. 1. Welcome  to  OPEN  BY  DEFAULT   at  Danish  Technical  University   29th  November  2012   Open  by  Default,  DTU  hFp://www.meeKngpoint4.net/openbydefault/    
  2. 2. About  the  speaker:  •  Project  Manager  of  FP7  EURO-­‐BASIN  (www.euro-­‐basin.eu)  •  Managing  Editor  for  a  Data  Journal  (Copernicus  Publishing)  •  Open  Access  enthusiast,  for  Climate  (and  all)  disciplines     ivgr@aqua.dtu.dk                    /      @OAforClimate   h"p://twi"er.com/OAforClimate  
  3. 3.                          A  brief  (and  comical)  history  of  knowledge  …   ©  HowStuffWorks  
  4. 4.                          Observing  (and  copying)  our  environment  …   ©  Norbert  Aujoulat,  Centre  naConal  de  la  Préhistoires  
  5. 5. Recording,  and    sharing  the    knowledge  capital  …                             ©  RoseJa  Stone,  BriCsh  Museum  
  6. 6. Leading  to  a  first  step  towards    democraCsaCon  of  knowledge  …   ©  RoseJa  Stone,  BriCsh  Museum  
  7. 7.                          …  but  not  for  all  …    The  physical  world  sCll  limits    true  sharing  …   The  Chained  Library  at  Hereford  Cathedral,  UK  
  8. 8. …  unCl  this  dream  offers  exponenCal  potenCal  …                             …  a  blueprint  for  …  
  9. 9. …  global  knowledge  …                             …  at  your  fingerCps  …  
  10. 10. …  but,  has  the  ICON  of  knowledge  evolved  with  the  leaps  in  technology?   …  or  is  it  sCll  living  in  the  PAPER  age?   Photo  by  Fran
  11. 11. …  remember,  YOUR  average  paper  costs  at  least  50  000  USD  (before  the  publishers  charge  you  for  it!)  …   …  so,  at  that  price,  is  it  SHARED  &  USED   as  much  as  possible?   Photo  by  Fran
  12. 12. …  does  collaboraCon  follow  funding,     PotenKal  or  AVOID  barriers?   Probably  both!   Image:  Science-­‐Metrix  Inc  link  
  13. 13. Is  this  a  possible  barrier?  
  14. 14. If  your  family  gets  blocked  from   reading  YOUR  paper,  so  are   developing  countries  
  15. 15. Can  Open  Access,  Open  Data,  Open  Science,  Open  InnovaCon  principles    offer  a  soluCon  towards  …   OPEN  ACCESS  for  GLOBAL  CLIMATE  CHANGE  SCIENTISTS  2011  
  16. 16. …  true  knowledge  at  your  fingerCps?  
  17. 17. The  knowledge  generators  think  so:   Source:  The  Guardian,  9  April  2012  
  18. 18. An  open  a_tude     can  empower  research:   “there  are  some  fields  (such  as  crystallography  in   chemistry)  in  which  research  is  impeded  because   publisher  copyright  contracts  forbid  the  machine  data-­‐ mining  of  the  digital  data  in  the  arCcles.     But  there  is  no  immediate  way  to  get  publishers  to  allow   that,  so  mandaCng  GraCs  Green  OA  (with  the  ID/OA   compromise)  is  sCll  the  fastest,  surest  and  cheapest  way   to  reach  the  outcome  these  fields  require.”  Source:  Giglia,  Elena  and  Harnad,  Stevan  (2012)  Open  Access  2012:  achievements,  further  steps,  and  obstacles.  An  interview  with  Stevan  Harnad.  European  Journal  of  Physical  and  RehabilitaCon  Medicine    
  19. 19. …  form  unexpected     relaConships  …  
  20. 20. …  and  new  connecCons  …  
  21. 21. Strategy  &  Bigger  Picture   …  and  connect     YOUR  research  to  the     bigger  picture!  Photograph:  Yuriko  Nakao/REUTERS  link  
  22. 22. Strategy  &  Bigger  Picture   Thank  you!  Photograph:  Yuriko  Nakao/REUTERS  link  
  23. 23. How  OPEN  is  your  research?   Lab Book Primary Data Conference Reports Peer-reviewed Abstract paper Open Lab-book blog, Data publication, with a Permanently Permanently Permanently helps other avoid DOI, peer-reviewed & archived in an open archived in an open archived in an open mistakes archived in a data access repository access repository access repository (e.g. ???) repository AND the journal site Full machine-readable A data supplement record, on my C:/ attached to my drive, ready publication, or on my website/ On my website/ On my website/ On journal website my institute website my institute website my institute website on my website, my institute website Journal website CD-ROM, Print only in the (not Open Access) Paper log book, C:/ drive, conference gathers dust (but still USB stick proceedings, a reference neatly arranged CD-ROM, document) on my shelf USB stick Print only 29th  November  2012   Open  by  Default,  DTU  hFp://www.meeKngpoint4.net/openbydefault/    
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