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Presentation for Elsevier's Boston Editors' Conference break-out sessions Saturday April 25, 2009

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Engaging a New Generation of Authors, Reviewers & Readers through Web 2.0 Engaging a New Generation of Authors, Reviewers & Readers through Web 2.0 Presentation Transcript

  • Engaging a New Generation of Authors, Reviewers & Readers through Web 2.0 Boston Editors’ Conference – April 25, 2009 Michael C. Habib, M.S.L.S. Product Manager, 2collab [email_address]
  • Agenda
    • Web 2.0 and research
    • 2collab, an example
    • Discussion
  • What is Web 2.0?
    • What is a blog ?
      • What is the first thing you think of?
      • Have you ever read a blog? Commented on one? Written one?
    • What are online networking tools like LinkedIn & Facebook?
      • What is the first thing you think of?
      • Who use’s Facebook, LinkedIn, etc.?
  • What is Web 2.0?
    • What is a blog ?
      • What is the first thing you think of?
      • Have you ever read a blog? Commented on one? Written one?
      • A publishing platform (like EES)
      • Feature articles & editorials, comments, subscriptions, citations
    • What are online networking tools like LinkedIn & Facebook?
      • What is the first thing you think of?
      • Who use’s Facebook, LinkedIn, etc.?
      • Communication tools (like e-mail)
      • A rolodex, messaging system, and newsletter
  • Current use of Web 2.0 The faculty of tomorrow (researchers currently aged 25-44, published 1-10 articles) are already embracing Web 2.0 as part of how they consume and share scientific and technical information Source : (2collab) Social Media survey - May 2008 - 1,824 respondents
  • Current use of Web 2.0 Source : (2collab) Social Media survey - May 2008 - 1,824 respondents The faculty of tomorrow (researchers currently aged 25-44, published 1-10 articles) are already embracing Web 2.0 as part of how they consume and share scientific and technical information
  • Impact in the next 5 years? In 5 years, over 50% of all respondents see Web 2.0 playing a key role in shaping nearly all aspects of researcher workflow Source : (2collab) Social Media survey - May 2008 - 1,824 respondents
    • Web 2.0 and research
    • 2collab, an example
    • Discussion
    Agenda
  • 2collab, an example
    • An Web 2.0 Collaboration Tool for Researchers
        • Share
        • In groups privately w/ your editorial board, or openly, with readers
        • Promote articles & additional content (datasets, presentations, etc.)
        • Connect
        • Profile Authors and Editorial Board members
        • Build a community with your readers
    Authors & Editors
  • Rate, Discuss & Share in ScienceDirect
  • Rate, Discuss & Share in ScienceDirect
  • Rate, Discuss & Share in ScienceDirect
  • Integrated with Scopus & ScienceDirect Promote Scopus citation count of an article from ScienceDirect
  • Integrated with Scopus & ScienceDirect Promote Scopus citation count of an article from ScienceDirect
  • Integrated with Scopus & ScienceDirect Promote Scopus citation count of an article from ScienceDirect
  • Groups for Authors, Editorial Board, etc.
  • Public Author or Editorial Board Profiles Generates a profiles from one’s Scopus Author Profile
  • Agenda
    • Web 2.0 and research
    • 2collab, an example
    • Discussion
  • How can the following tools…
    • Promote your journal to readers?
    • Find reviewers or otherwise assist with the review process?
    • Assist your authors in promoting their articles?
      • Create discussions around articles
      • Supplement articles with updates, presentations, etc.
    • What else? Examples…?
    • 2collab
    • Blogs (Nature Network, Blogger)
    • Photo/video sharing (Flickr)
    • Presentation sharing (SlideShare)
    • Networking tools (LinkedIn, Facebook)
    • What other Web 2.0 tools have you used?
    … be used to _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
  • Thank you!
    • Please feel free to direct any questions to:
    • Michael C. Habib, M.S.L.S.
    • Product Manager, http://2collab.com/
    • [email_address]