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Science Online2010 Open Notebook Science
Science Online2010 Open Notebook Science
Science Online2010 Open Notebook Science
Science Online2010 Open Notebook Science
Science Online2010 Open Notebook Science
Science Online2010 Open Notebook Science
Science Online2010 Open Notebook Science
Science Online2010 Open Notebook Science
Science Online2010 Open Notebook Science
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Science Online2010 Open Notebook Science

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A few slides for the Open Notebook Science session at Science Online 2010: http://www.scienceonline2010.com/index.php/wiki/Open_Notebook_Science/

A few slides for the Open Notebook Science session at Science Online 2010: http://www.scienceonline2010.com/index.php/wiki/Open_Notebook_Science/

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  • 1. Open Notebook Science @ U. New Mexico <br />ONS In undergraduate laboratory<br />Briefly how we do it<br />Positive outcomes<br />ONS in research laboratory<br />Briefly how we do it<br />Positive outcomes<br /> Building professional network for students & me<br /> Building collaboration<br /> Very positive feedback from NSF panel for Broader Impact<br />Path to ONS<br /> Private to Public wiki on OWW<br /> ONS in Junior Lab<br /> WTF: Taking the leap<br />ONS Feedback from my colleagues / tenure review<br />ONS / IP<br />
  • 2. Open Notebook Scientists Junior Physics Lab ... 41 and counting!<br />
  • 3. Open Notebook Scientists Positive outcomes<br />Is much easier to give quick feedback to students<br />Students read each others notebooks!!! Real Science!!!<br />Many students continued to use OpenWetWare<br />Some students have gone on to graduate school<br /> w/ this ONS experience as a foundation<br />
  • 4. Open Notebook Scientists Koch Lab, UNM Dept. Physics and Center for High Technology Materials (CHTM)<br />Larry Herskowitz, IGERT FellowPhysics Ph.D. Student<br />Andy Maloney, NSF IGERT Fellow<br />Physics Ph.D. Student<br />Anthony Salvagno, IGERT FellowPhysics Ph.D. Student<br />Brian Josey<br />Physics B.S. Student<br />Practiced ONS w/ us previously<br />Pat Jurney<br />REU @ UNM<br />Now MechE grad @ UT-Austin<br />Diego RamalloPardo<br />PREP fellow, UNM<br />Now biophysics grad @ Stanford<br />Linh Le<br />Physics B.S. @ UNMNow biophysics grad @ Ohio State<br />
  • 5. Open Notebook Scientists Koch Lab<br />Positive outcomes<br />Students and I building professional network<br />Is much easier to give quick feedback to students<br />2+ real collaborations are materializing<br />U-grad and interns continuing to use OWW in graduate school<br />Very positive Broader Impacts review from NSF panel<br />-&gt; Thanks to FriendFeed friends etc. for letters!<br />
  • 6. Open Notebook Scientists Koch Lab<br />NSF Broader Impacts<br />Feedback for CAREER<br />Reviewer #5<br />The broader impacts of this proposal are very strong and very interesting in that the PI has a very strong commitment to open science, both in research and teaching. In terms of broader impact and integrating research and teaching, this is an ideal situation. ...This is excellent broader impact and the PI should be encouraged in these efforts.<br />CRITERION II: BROADER IMPACTThe lab is running a complete &quot;open science&quot; lab, where all aspects of the scientific endeavor that encompass this proposal are available online in an open model. This novel approach, that covers both the research and teaching components, was universally commended.  <br />Reviewer #2<br />The PI describes an unusual and extremely attractive plan to run the proposed research project as open access, with data made available as soon as it is collected and research notes publically maintained on the open wetware web site. This is a commendable effort and an extremely attractive aspect of the proposal. Based on this alone, but certainly further enhanced by connection of teaching and minority recruitment, thebroader impact of the proposal is outstanding.<br />Reviewer #1<br />The broader impacts are reasonably strong, particularly the PI&apos;s use of open science in all aspects of his work.<br />
  • 7. Open Notebook Scientists Koch Lab<br />Our path to ONS<br />January 2007: Signed up with OpenWetWare; Jason Kelly offered private wiki Thank you to OWW founders!<br />Fall 2007: Open Notebook Science for undergraduate course on OWW<br />January 2009(ish): Joined FriendFeed; “met” dozens of amazing people; Students took leap for ONS; Wonderful things continue to happen<br />
  • 8. Response to ONS from colleagues / tenure review<br />For the most part, I don’t think colleagues are noticing<br />Those that notice give positive response; a few have been tempted to try it out (only private wikis so far)<br />Pretty sure it’s a very positive part of my tenure dossier<br />Also should substantially help my letters, I would think, right?<br />Collaborators in cut-throat fields are surprisingly supportive<br />
  • 9. ONS and intellectual property<br />Our IP folks at UNM (stc.unm.edu) are fully willing to work with our lab … no pressure to not do ONS<br />Willing to pursue US-only patent protection (within one year of disclosure) … currently doing this with one project<br />So I guess we’re getting one data point here<br />
  • 10. Links<br />http://openwetware.org/wiki/User:Steven_J._Koch/scio10_links<br />

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