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Presentation on "The Social Side of Research and Opportunities for LIbrarians" at the Charleston Conference, 2013.

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  • The Social Side of Research and Opportunities for Librarians Jeffrey Lancaster, Ph.D. Emerging Technologies Coordinator Columbia University Libraries jeffrey.lancaster@columbia.edu @j_lancaster Slides – slideshare.net/jeffreylancaster
  • Research is solitary
  • Research is inherently social
  • “Research not communicated is research not done” Prof. Anne Glover, EU Science Advisor
  • ‘Social’ for research can mean: •  •  •  •  Collaboration Public Engagement Public Persona Professionalization
  • Identify and Facilitate Communities
  • Scientific Genealogy
  • Erdös Number
  • Networks of Collaboration Scopus →  Open Refine, Excel →  gephi, d3.js
  • Science@Columbia tumblr columbiascience.tumblr.com
  • (@columbiascience)
  • Assess and Develop Better Workflow Management
  • RSS RSS  =  Really  Simple  Syndica/on  –  a  protocol  to  deliver  content  (e.g.  feed://…)   RSS  Reader  –  a  tool  to  parse  and  format  RSS  content  (e.g.  Feedly)   feed://news.columbia.edu/cu-­‐news/feed  
  • ifttt.com – if THIS then THAT if trigger then action . if [ post  to     facebook   ] if [ check  in   at  airport   ] if [ RSS  item     starred   ] if [ RSS  item   tagged   ] then [ post  to     twi7er   ]. then [ email   Mom   ]. then add  to   [ dra=  post  ]. then add  to   [ googledoc  ].
  • ifttt.com – if THIS then THAT if trigger then action . if then post  to  facebook   if . post  to  twi7er   then check  in  at  airport   if . email  Mom   then RSS  item  starred   if . add  to  dra=  post   then RSS  item  tagged   . add  to  googledoc  
  • ifttt.com – if THIS then THAT A  good  guide  to  what  apps  you  should  know/use  
  • Develop and Support New Services within New Spaces
  • 3D Printing @ Columbia @CU_SEL 3dprint.cul.columbia.edu
  • github.com
  • Makerspaces & Hackerspaces
  • Professional Persona
  • ORCID, ResearcherID, etc. Unique  iden/fiers  for  researchers  to  cross-­‐reference  publica/ons,  ac/vi/es,  etc.   John  Smith  vs.  J.  Smith  vs.  John  D.  Smith  vs.     J.  D.  Smith  vs.  JD  Smith  vs.  …   Wang  Kim  vs.  W.  Kim  vs.  Kim  Wang  vs.  K.  Wang  …   ResearcherID:  J-­‐6870-­‐2012   ORCID:  0000-­‐0003-­‐0458-­‐2127  
  • figshare.com Share  research  components  to  make  them  discoverable  &  citable;  get  metrics  
  • Altmetric(s) Capture  overall  impact  of  a  publica/on  in  blogs,  tweets,  men/ons,  news,  etc.  
  • Open Badges Micro-­‐creden/alling  for  aMendance,  task  comple/on,  skills,  exper/se,  etc.     openbages.org
  • disqus.com Commen/ng  for  ANY  website,  w/  metrics,  modera/on,  &  easy  implementa/on  
  • Crowdfunding Research Funding  may  no  longer  rely  upon  the  government.  Interested  communi/es,   engaged  by  social  media  presence,  are  key  to  raising  money  from  the  crowd.  
  • Professionalization
  • ‘Social’ for research can mean: •  •  •  •  Collaboration Public Engagement Public Persona Professionalization
  • The Social Side of Research and Opportunities for Librarians Jeffrey Lancaster, Ph.D. Emerging Technologies Coordinator Columbia University Libraries jeffrey.lancaster@columbia.edu @j_lancaster Slides – slideshare.net/jeffreylancaster