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    Nobody cites your work: copyright licensing and public engagement Nobody cites your work: copyright licensing and public engagement Presentation Transcript

    • NOBODY CITES YOUR WORK: COPYRIGHT LICENSING AND PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT Mathias Klang @klangable
    • SOME ISSUES, SOLUTIONS, AND A CRITIQUE
    • ISSUE 1: INTERACTION
    • “If the sine qua non for academic success is peer-reviewed publications, then academics who ‘waste their time’ writing for the masses will be penalized.”
    • “Academic prose is, ideally, impersonal, written by one disinterested mind for other equally disinterested minds”
    • ISSUE 2: STUDENTS
    • Blogger1999Google1999 OUR STUDENTS WERE 8 YEARS OLD
    • “My fear is that these technologies are infantilising the brain into the state of small children who are attracted by buzzing noises and bright lights, who have a small attention span and who live for the moment.” Prof. Susan Greenfield
    • PROF. MISSY CUMMINGS “We’d be lucky today if they had a 20-30 minute attention span, now its more like 5- 10, because if their minds wander they immediately go to another information seeking routine like their cell phones… Like it or not this is the new norm.“
    • ISSUE 3: THE GREAT IGNORED
    • PROF LOKMAN I MEHO “It is a sobering fact that some 90% of papers that have been published in academic journals are never cited. Indeed, as many as 50% of papers are never read by anyone other than their authors, referees and journal editors.”
    • ISSUE 4: EDUTAINMENT
    • “monstrosity that turns scientists and thinkers into low-level entertainers, like circus performers.” NASSIM TALEB
    • how to interact with society, engage your students, get your papers read, not become an “empty” entertainer, while avoiding burnout and staying happy…
    • Step 1: Don’t think if you blog they will come
    • STEP 2: OPEN ACCESS
    • “First of all, the whole idea that the public is clamoring for free access to the scientific literature is a pipe dream”
    • STEP 3: COPYRIGHT & LICENSING
    • LESSIG SUED: FAIR USE IS NOT ENOUGH
    • CREATIVE COMMONS
    • 2013 4.0 2002  1.0 2005  2.5 2004  2.0 2007  3.0 2013  4.0!
    • DATABASE RIGHTS
    • THE CRITIQUE: DOES IT ALL WORK?
    • Using other people’s content
    • USING AND ABUSING SOCIAL MEDIA Pick your tools.
    • OPEN ACCESS & CITATIONS
    • CREATIVE COMMONS & RESUSE
    • SWEDISH HERITAGE BOARD
    • 4 YEARS LATER
    • OMG!!!
    • MULTIPLICATION CAN PRODUCE BIG NUMBERS
    • Public Library of Science has moved to 4.0
    • LOWERING BARRIERS HELPS ACADEMICS. NOW, FIND YOUR COMFORT LEVEL & SHARE
    • Interact with the community…
    • THANK YOU.
    • Mathias Klang @klangable www.klangable.com Image & licensing info in the notes section of slides. Images at www.flickr.com (or specifically stated). This ppt licensed: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA Download presentation www.slideshare.net/klang