Comcient1213-2 Let's collaborate

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Comcient1213-2 Let's collaborate

  1. 1. 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      
  2. 2. 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  
  3. 3. PPT  worth  taking  a  look  •  See  in  hCp://slideshare.com/quelgir  
  4. 4. 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  
  5. 5. 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  
  6. 6. 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  
  7. 7. Google  Scholar    •  Lots  of  data!  (of  course)  •  Cites  •  Searchable  (indeed!)  •  Alerts  •  Crossed  references  
  8. 8. 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  
  9. 9. Pushing  forward  Open  Science  •  SpotOn  London  2012   –  hCp://www.nature.com/spoton    •  UKWebFocus  blog   –  hCp://ukwebfocus.wordpress.com  
  10. 10. 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)    
  11. 11. 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.  
  12. 12. Example  of  Open  Science  •  hCp://science.okfn.org  •  Open  data  •  Open  access  •  Open  research  •  Open  Science  Founda3on  
  13. 13. Open  Science  example:  Wikipathways  •  hCp://wikipathways.org  
  14. 14. Example  collaboraHve  team  reserach:   KeepAndShare   hCp://keepandshare.com  
  15. 15. CreaHve  Commons  License  •  CreaHve  Commons   –  ACributes   –  ND   –  NC   –  SA   –  BY  •  hCp://creaHvecommons.org  (see  video  inside)  
  16. 16. 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  
  17. 17. 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  
  18. 18. 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  
  19. 19. 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  
  20. 20. Mendeley.Com  •  Another  social  network  •  Allows  PDF  storage  •  It  is  a  reference  manager  •  AnnotaHon,  collaboraHon,  paper  coworking  •  People  •  Groups  •  Etc-­‐  
  21. 21. 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  
  22. 22. PhD  Comics  •  Comic  strip  •  hCp://www.phdcomics.com/comics.php  

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