The future of reference management systems

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This is about the interaction between changfes in the way science is produced and shared and innovations inn reference management systems.

This is about the interaction between changfes in the way science is produced and shared and innovations inn reference management systems.

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  • 1. The future of reference management systems: technology – people – institutions 20130924, Jeroen Bosman @jeroenbosman http://www.slideshare.net/hierohiero
  • 2. Ref tool evolution 98 99 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 < 1984 Reference Manager < 1988 Endnote X Procite Refworks Zotero X Connotea CiteUlike BibSonomy (Mekentosj) Papers Mendeley RefWorks Flow Citavi Qiqqa Colwiz Authorea classic social bookmarking full text workflow research organising, authoring
  • 3. beyond reference management like Mendeley + task planning + team work like Mendeley + OCR + library classification + ref analysis + team work + PDF conversion + browser like Mendeley + research planning + event managing + cloud drive + calendar Authoring tool in LaTex or Markdown format + collaboration + templates + citation styles + citing by DOI and URL
  • 4. REF TOOL CURSE >100 >5000 PDF-versions RIS, La tex, X ML
  • 5. Looking at each other • Commercial consolidation: – Thomson (Endnote family) – Springer (Papers) – Elsevier (Mendeley) – Proquest (RefWorks) • Functionality convergence • Crucial remain: – choice for desktop and/or web version – options for collaborating/co-authoring
  • 6. Changes in academia • Rise and rise of the PDF • Online search, full text search • Big science, co-authoring • Sharing, social suggesting • Open Access • Open source (e.g. Open Office) • Data citation and publishing (e.g. Scientific Data) • Preprints • Online first • Versioned publishing • Nanopubs, semantic publishing • Mobile • Open review Overview: force11.org/tools what, wh ere, how we cite and write
  • 7. Reference personae • Organizer: tag, filter, classify, option lover • Risk avoider: classic tool and saves full text • Counting the seconds: demands desktop tool • Change avoider: can barely manage the tech • Follow the (tech) leader: no opinion • Tech lover: switches easily • Play it by the rules: style sensitivity • Capitalizer: won’t switch
  • 8. Disciplines – “we are diffferent!” • LaTex in computer science, physics, maths, philosophy • Custom styles for books etc. in humanities • Vast co-authoring in life science and physics • Manual entry in humanities
  • 9. Student/researcher • Personal device configuration • Varying demands Library • User support • Instruction, training • Guides • Admin, customization RefWorks • Help, libguide • Webinars • Admin cite/community • Support, for • end user • library admin • WNC version notes • Community FAQ University IT • Installing WNC • Network performance • Office updates • Browser policy • Device support (or not) Support quadrangle closer cooperation
  • 10. Irreproducability • WNC version (3/4) • OS type and version (Windows/iOS) • Browser type and version (IE/FF/Chrome) • Text editor type and version • On/off campus
  • 11. Cloud, BYOD, advising • Avoid installing • Support devices • Advise on tools choice and use But can’t know it all → community