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Opportunities: Improve Interoperability ... from a library viewpoint.
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Opportunities: Improve Interoperability ... from a library viewpoint.
Opportunities: Improve Interoperability ... from a library viewpoint.
Opportunities: Improve Interoperability ... from a library viewpoint.
Opportunities: Improve Interoperability ... from a library viewpoint.
Opportunities: Improve Interoperability ... from a library viewpoint.
Opportunities: Improve Interoperability ... from a library viewpoint.
Opportunities: Improve Interoperability ... from a library viewpoint.
Opportunities: Improve Interoperability ... from a library viewpoint.
Opportunities: Improve Interoperability ... from a library viewpoint.
Opportunities: Improve Interoperability ... from a library viewpoint.
Opportunities: Improve Interoperability ... from a library viewpoint.
Opportunities: Improve Interoperability ... from a library viewpoint.
Opportunities: Improve Interoperability ... from a library viewpoint.
Opportunities: Improve Interoperability ... from a library viewpoint.
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ORCID and DataCite Interoperability Network (ODIN) 2012 Kickoff Meeting

ORCID and DataCite Interoperability Network (ODIN) 2012 Kickoff Meeting

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  • 1. Opportunities: Improve Interoperability ...from a library viewpoint Lambert HellerORCID and DataCite Interoperability Network (ODIN) 2012 Kickoff Meeting Berlin, 18.10.2012
  • 2. Relevance ranking in academic search, ca. 2012 2
  • 3. Adding a social angel to relevance: Altmetrics 3
  • 4. Adding a social angel to relevance: Altmetrics(Maybe) common sense:•  ALM = better than to have only peer review and citation countsHow do they compare?•  Peer review + citations = done by a few experts on research topic of article in question.•  Bookmarks, Tweets, Likes, usage data... = broad, but diffuse. 4
  • 5. In 2017, bookmarks may be (simple) statements 5 (from: HCLSIG/SWANSIOC/Actions/RhetoricalStructure)
  • 6. In 2017, bookmarks may be (simple) statements ...and not just on journals articles, but also •  blog postings •  shared research data •  additions to collaborative work (e.g. wiki article, genome annotation on Github) •  „nano publications“ (e.g. scientific claims) •  ... 6 (from: HCLSIG/SWANSIOC/Actions/RhetoricalStructure)
  • 7. Identified authors = authors we know more about 7
  • 8. Identified authors = authors we know more aboutThanks to interoperableidentifiers, we gainknowledge from differentsources:•  Institutional („research information systems“),•  Personal („Facebook for scientists“, cf. VIVO),•  Publishers, repositories (cf. ORCID)•  Research libraries,•  Citation analysis•  etc. 8
  • 9. Identified authors = authors we know more aboutThanks to interoperableidentifiers, we gainknowledge from differentsources:•  Institutional („research information systems“), ...therefore can not only be•  Personal („Facebook for linked to their journals articles, scientists“, cf. VIVO), but also to their•  Publishers, repositories (cf. •  blog postings ORCID) •  shared research data•  Research libraries, •  additions to collaborative work•  Citation analysis •  „nano publications“•  etc. •  ... 9
  • 10. book-Identified authors = authorsrs we know more about markeThanks to interoperableidentifiers, we gainknowledge from differentsources:•  Institutional („research information systems“), ...therefore can not only be•  Personal („Facebook for linked to their journals articles, scientists“, cf. VIVO), but also to their•  Publishers, repositories (cf. •  blog postings ORCID) •  shared research data•  Research libraries, •  additions to collaborative work•  Citation analysis •  „nano publications“•  etc. •  ... 10
  • 11. Relevance ranking in academic search, ca. 2017? Sort your results •  Relevance A: (Number of) positive statements from researchers on topic •  Relevance B: (Number of) statements from researchers on topic in total •  Relevance C: ... 11
  • 12. Relevance ranking in academic search, ca. 2017? Sort your results •  Relevance A: (Number of) positive statements from researchers on topic •  Relevance B: (Number of) statements from researchers on topic in total •  Relevance C: ... Enhance your search to •  Blog postings •  Nano publications •  ... 12
  • 13. Relevance ranking in academic search, ca. 2017?Does anybody needthis?•  Cf. Rise of arXiv, Sort your results PLoS ONE... •  Relevance A: (Number of) positive•  Priem/Hemminger: statements from researchers on topic „Decoupling the •  Relevance B: (Number of) statements from researchers on topic in total scholarly journal“ •  Relevance C: ... Enhance your search to •  Blog postings •  Nano publications •  ...
  • 14. What identifiers do we need to make that happen?Interoperable Identifiers for•  researchers•  any kind of scholarly objects (+ collaborative, dynamic objects)•  organizational structures of academia (beyond grant numbers)•  in some cases, even for things (e.g. telescopes) 14
  • 15. What identifiers do we need to make that happen?Identifiers that can be used/enriched by•  their „owners“ – e .g. authors with their ORCID•  Institutions – e.g. librarians linking objects to ORCIDs when their owners can`t/won`t•  others – e.g. citation references (+ bookmarking, tweeting...) 15
  • 16. What identifiers do we need to make that happen?As a result, identifiers shouldn`t be private property (but need tobe in the public domain).And perhaps most important: We need a broad awareness of identifiers and relation types that are already in use, and a culture of reuse across different application types (publishers, researcher network services, institutional research information systems, and libraries).Linked Open Data may be helpful in that way. 16
  • 17. Questions + feedback = welcome J•  Twitter @Lambo•  Skype wikify•  Mail LH@wikify.org•  Web http://wikify.org/•  This presentation: http://de.slideshare.net/lambo/tag/odin12 17
  • 18. Vielen Dank für Ihre Aufmerksamkeit!

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