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presentation 'Scholarly Publishing in the Digital Age', CORE Doctoral Program, Finland, 11 Nov.2010

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    • Scholarly Publishing in the Digital Era Changes, Challenges, Innovations
      • CORE Doctoral Program
      • University of Tampere, Finland
      • 11 November 2010
      • Nicholas W. Jankowski
      • Visiting Fellow
      • Virtual Knowledge Studio for the Humanities & Social Sciences ( VKS )
      • Amsterdam, the Netherlands
      • [email_address]
    • Preface
      • Qualifier: ‘work-in-progress’
      • Part of ongoing conversations
        • Long-time concern across: disciplines, contexts, time periods
        • Personal: private, one-on-one
          • editor-editor
          • editor-publisher
          • author-author
        • Personal: public events
          • conference keynote ALPSP
          • Publishing seminar, Brill
          • IR11 Roundtable
      Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • http://digital-scholarship.virtualknowledgestudio.nl/
    • Outline
      • Panorama of innovations
      • Making sense of changes
      • Emerging questions
      • Discussion
      Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • Personal Caveats
      • Practitioner of traditional social science scholarship
        • Centrality of the ‘argument’; embedded in relevant literature
        • Contribution to theory
        • Empirical exploration
        • Concluding reflection
      • Way of reading
        • close, critical
        • may be ‘deviant’ (see, e.g., Alex Havalais blog post )
      Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • Arenas of Change / Innovation
      • Publishing process
        • editorial processing
          • Submission (e.g., ScholarOne )
          • Reviewing
          • Correspondence
          • Production (e.g., SMART, outsourcing copy-editing)
        • marketing, distributing, archiving, making accessible
      • Use: user / reader
        • ‘ consuming’ scholarship
        • searching
        • sharing (emailing, social sharing)
        • annotating, tagging
        • commenting
      Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • Illustrations of Innovation ‘sensitizing concepts’: ordering innovations; intertwined
      • Accessibility & searchability
      • Assessment (before, during, after publication)
        • Peer review
        • Impact factor / H-index
      • Functionality (online added values)
        • Hyperlinks (internal, external)
        • Visualizations (color, dynamic)
        • Length
        • Multimedia
        • Real-time reference updating
        • Distribution, form of
        • Supplementary materials (e.g., data sets, analyses)
      • Communicating (social media & Web 2.0)
        • signalling, sharing, commenting, discussing
      Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • Procedures (‘Method’)
      • Informal: exploratory, unsystematic
      • Selection: personal, non-random
        • orientation: new media, Internet
        • mainly: social sciences, little humanities, very few STM publications
        • mainly: journals, some book publishers, some special publishing projects
      • Illustrations: large variety
      • Ways of examining (informal)
        • editors & board
        • site functionalities
        • mission statement
        • article presentation
      Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • Accessibility 1: SAGE OnlineFirst Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • SJO: NM&S 1 Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • SJO: NM&S 2 Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • SJO: NM&S 3 Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • Shifman: Searching further 1 Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • Shifman: Searching further 2 Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • Shifman: into the blogosphere http://survivingmyphd.blogspot.com/2010/10/medium-is-joke.html Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • Shifman: excerpts from blog post I think the authors might have missed a sub-genre here, which I'll refer to as "tech-support are idiots" and is represented in the above XKCD comics. It's true there are many jokes about idiot customers, but tech-support personnel is also often mocked.   I would like to thank Dr. Shifman who, at my request, sent me the paper. It has been both entertaining and informative. I wish the authors many citations.   Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • Accessibility 2: Repositories (SSRN) Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • SSRN: illustration of functions Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • SSRN: citation info Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • Accessibility 3: Open Access
      • Basic definition: digital, online, free of charge, free of most copyright and licensing restrictions ( Peter Suber )
      • Main versions of OA (research articles)
        • Golden road : research articles in OA journals
        • Green road : put articles in OA archives or repositories
      Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • Varieties of open access
      • Open Access: overview (2008)
      Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • MediaCommons : Open Access Model Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • Open Access Week (18-24 Oct. 2010) Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • Assessment : open peer review Shakespeare Quarterly Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • Assessment: MediaCommons & SQ Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • Assessment: Peer Review Model J. Of Interactive Media in Education ( JIME ) Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • Functionality : International Journal of Learning and Media ( IJLM 1) Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • IJLM 2 (journal / editors’ site) Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • IJLM 3 (publisher site) Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • IJLM 4 (most cited) Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • IJLM 5 (related articles) Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • IJLM 6 (pop up images) Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • Functionality : online, multi-media ( IJOC ) Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • IJOC: pdf file Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • IJOC: tabular data Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • IJOC: multimedia Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • JIS 1 Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • JIS 2 Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • JIS 3 Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • JIS 4 Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • JIS 6 Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • JIS 5 Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • Functionality : informal scholarly communication, (ECREA list announcement) Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • Seminar.net 1 Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • Seminar.net 2 Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • Seminar.net 3 Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • Functionality : informal & formal ASA: SocietyPages , Contexts Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • Contexts 1 Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • Contexts 2 Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • Contexts 3 Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • Functionality : Article of the Future, Prototype 1 Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • Article of the Future: 3 ( Prototype 2 ) Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • Article of the Future: 4 Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • Article of the Future: Initial Reactions to Elsevier Prototypes ( Sept. 2009 )
      • Nothing new
      • Underestimation of editorial investment
      • Underestimation of author willingness
      • Misguided estimation of reader interest
        • Illustrations of comments in blogsphere
        • Online Journalism Blog
        • the scholarly kitchen
        • ReadWriteWeb
        • Ptsefton
        • nature network
      • And now??? ( Nov. 2010 )
      Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • Cell Press Roll-out Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • Cell Press: video on changes in articles Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • Cell : Oct. 2010 Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • Cell (home page cont.) Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • Functionalities : distribution form, University Publishers: Michigan 1 Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • Distribution form: Michigan 2 Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • Functionalities : supplementary materials, UC Press: Mark Twain Project Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • Functionalities: supplementary materials: Open Folklore Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • Communicating : SAGE, communicationspace Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • Communicationspace 2 Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • Communicationspace 3 Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • Communicationspace 4 Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • Communicationspace 5 (group) Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • Coming to a Close...
      • Areas of change
        • Information acquisition & presentation (e.g.,search, display)
        • Sharing, exchanging (e.g. sending, social bookmarks)
        • Communicative functions (e.g., blogs, discussion lists, social media)
      • Change agents
        • commercial, publisher-driven (e.g., Elsevier, SAGE, Springer Open Choice )
        • Open access advocates (e.g., PLoS, BePress)
        • Design / visualation proponents (e.g., Vectors )
      • Attention required: perspective of user / reader / audience
      Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • Questions Remaining...
        • What is the political economy basis for ongoing changes in scholarly publishing, both journals and book-length monographs?
        • What is the awareness, use, and assesssment of functionalities available in ‘enhanced publications’, particularly those found in journal articles such as those published in Cell Press titles?
      Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • Further reading 1 Future of the Academic Journal Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era
    • Further reading 2
      • http://www.britac.ac.uk/policy/peer-review/contents.cfm
      •   Peer Review: the challenges for the humanities and social sciences. A British Academy Report
      • September 2007,  The British Academy
      • http://www.nhalliance.org/bm~doc/hssreport.pdf
      Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era http://cshe.berkeley.edu/publications/publications.php?id=351  
    • Thank You!
      • Scholarly Publishing in the Digital Era Changes, Challenges, Innovations
      • Nicholas W. Jankowski
      • Visiting Fellow
      • Virtual Knowledge Studio for the Humanities & Social Sciences ( VKS )
      • Amsterdam, the Netherlands
      • [email_address]
      Scholarly Publishing: Digital Era