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Curs de comunicació científica, transversal de màstesr aigua+medi ambient, 11-14/2/2033, UdG

Curs de comunicació científica, transversal de màstesr aigua+medi ambient, 11-14/2/2033, UdG

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    • Science  Communica,on    ComCient1213  –  Let’s  collaborate   Comunicació  Cien,fica,  11-­‐14  Jan  2013,     Universitat  de  Girona   Miquel  Duran,  UdG   @miquelduran   miquel.duran@udg.edu   hCp://miquelduran.net     License:  CreaHve  Commons  CC-­‐BY-­‐SA      
    • So  far…  •  Let’s  communicate!  •  Let’s  share  •  And  now…   –  Let’s  collaborate   •  Within  out  team  or  group   •  With  worlwide  scholars  •  Because  we  are  researchers  
    • PPT  worth  taking  a  look  •  See  in  hCp://slideshare.com/quelgir  
    • Team  CollaboraHon  •  Workgroup,  conHnued  collaboraHon   –  ProducHvity  tools   –  E-­‐mail,  twiCer,  facebook,  etc.   –  Cloud-­‐based     •  Zyncro   •  Teambox   •  Do.com   •  Google  Drive  (docs,  etc.)  •  Scholarly  level  collaboraHon   –  Researchgate,  mendeley,  academia.edu  
    • To  collaborate  out  there,  first  you   must  introduce  yourself:  CV  •  LinkedIn  •  VisualCv  •  Nice  website  templates   –  E.g.  flavors.me   –  Example  (see  marcel  swart’s  blog)   –  Science  is  key,  but  design  also  maCers  •  ScienHfic  social  networks  •  ACend  conferences,  meeHngs,  and  socialize  
    • And  second…  how  do  we  know  about   colleagues?  •  Indeed:  LinkedIn  •  Further:  Commercial  databases/terHary   sources   –  Web  of  Knowledge   –  Scopus   –  (how  do  we  access  those  services?  Paywall!)  •  Google’s  approach:  Google  Scholar  
    • Google  Scholar    •  Lots  of  data!  (of  course)  •  Cites  •  Searchable  (indeed!)  •  Alerts  •  Crossed  references  
    • But  what’s  your  name?    •  IdenHfying  yourself:  names  in  papers  •  Solving  disambiguaHon:   –  Researcher  ID  (Web  of  Knowledge)   •  hCp://researcherid.com   –  ORCID  (Open  Access)   •  hCp://orcid.org   –  Scopus  Author  IdenHfier   •  hCp://www.info.sciverse.com/scopus/scopus-­‐in-­‐detail/ tools/authoridenHfier  
    • Pushing  forward  Open  Science  •  SpotOn  London  2012   –  hCp://www.nature.com/spoton    •  UKWebFocus  blog   –  hCp://ukwebfocus.wordpress.com  
    • AlternaHve  to  20st  century  publishing?  •  Open  source  sohware,  open  source  beer…   open  publishing!  •  Open  access  (mandatory  for  EU  in  2014)  •  Open  data  (…  big  data)  •  Just  3  examples  from  SpotOn  Science  HackDay   –  Figshare.com     –  Researchfish.com   –  hCp://www.fronHersin.org  (open  publishing)    
    • Panton  Principles:  Principles  for  Open   Data  in  Science.  •  hCp://pantonprinciples.org/  •  Science  is  based  on  building  on,  reusing  and   openly  cri3cising  the  published  body  of   scien3fic  knowledge.  •  For  science  to  effec3vely  func3on,  and  for   society  to  reap  the  full  benefits  from  scien3fic   endeavours,  it  is  crucial  that  science  data  be   made  open.  
    • Example  of  Open  Science  •  hCp://science.okfn.org  •  Open  data  •  Open  access  •  Open  research  •  Open  Science  Founda3on  
    • Open  Science  example:  Wikipathways  •  hCp://wikipathways.org  
    • Example  collaboraHve  team  reserach:   KeepAndShare   hCp://keepandshare.com  
    • CreaHve  Commons  License  •  CreaHve  Commons   –  ACributes   –  ND   –  NC   –  SA   –  BY  •  hCp://creaHvecommons.org  (see  video  inside)  
    • Nonspecific  Social  Networks  for   scienHsts:  TwiCer  and  LinkedIn    •  You  may  follow  lists  in  @udglive  –  like  udg-­‐ gent  and  udg-­‐nogent  •  You  may  belong  to  Unviersity  of  Girona   company  and  group  in  LinkedIn  •  Indeed  you  may  like  UdG’s  facebook  pages  
    • Academic  social  networks    •  Indeed  on  may  use  twiCer,  facebook,  google+,   etc.  •  But  one  might  wish  to  focus  on  more   knowledge-­‐intensive  relaHonships  •  Let’s  focus  on  3  academic  social  networks:   –  Academia.edu   –  Researchgate   –  Mendeley  
    • Academia.edu  •  Wikipedia:  Academia.edu  is  a  plamorm  for   academics  to  share  research  papers  •  One  defines  areas  of  interest,  and  then   searches  for…   –  People   –  QuesHons   –  Documents   –  Journals  
    • ResearchGate.com  •  Wikipedia:  a  mash-­‐up  of  “Facebook,  TwiCer   and  LinkedIn”  that  includes  “profile  pages,   comments,  groups,  job  lisHngs,  and  ‘like’  and   ‘follow’  buCons”[2]  for  the  purposes  of   crowdsourcing  research.  •  PublicaHons,  topics,  quesHons,  authors,  …   everything  can  be  followed!  •  Actual  social  network  
    • Mendeley.Com  •  Another  social  network  •  Allows  PDF  storage  •  It  is  a  reference  manager  •  AnnotaHon,  collaboraHon,  paper  coworking  •  People  •  Groups  •  Etc-­‐  
    • CuraHng  informaHon  •  RSS  sources  •  Google  Reader  •  Feedly  •  Smartphone/tablet  readers   –  Flipboard   –  Zite   –  Pulse   –  Etc  •  (show  them  in  actual  work)  •  Scoop.it,  blogs,  pinterest,  twiCer,  etc.  •  Smartphone-­‐related  producHvity  tools  
    • PhD  Comics  •  Comic  strip  •  hCp://www.phdcomics.com/comics.php