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Scholarly Communications… 
for every librarian! 
Presentation & Workshop for LSC634 
September 30, 2014 
Kimberly Hoffman ...
"Maybe nothing ever happens once and is 
finished. Maybe happen is never once 
but like ripples maybe on water after the 
...
http://www.worldcat.org/title/blue-mind-the-surprising-science-that-shows-how-being-near-in-on- 
or-under-water-can-make-y...
Readings that inform this presentation… 
Bonn, Maria. 2014. Tooling up: Scholarly communication education and training. 
C...
http://cdn.nmc.org/media/2014-nmc-horizon-report-library-EN.pdf
Why 
Me?h 
ttp://www.sci 
logs.com/er 
esearch/pag 
es-of-history/ 
Civil Engineering 
DBE - Contractor 
Niagara County Co...
Class slides LSC638 - Spring 2012 - KHoffman
2014 
http://www.journaltocs.ac.uk/
* View from Libraries - Library Jobs 
* View from Publishing - OA 
* View from Researchers as Authors
Why Librarians?
*Job Descriptions
Library scholarly communications program 
● Open Access 
● Data Management 
● Data curation 
● Digital repositories 
● Cop...
How did we get here? 
● History of scholarly communications 
● The article of the future/death of the pdf 
● Big Data 
● A...
How did we get here? 
● History of scholarly communications
Monograph & Serial Costs in ARL Libraries, 1986 ‐ 2011* 
http://www.arl.org/storage/documents/monograph-serial-costs.pdf
http://acrl.ala.org/scholcomm/
How did we get here? 
● The article of the future/death of the pdf
http://www.cendi.gov/presentations/12_11_12_Wilde_Natur 
e_of_Research.pdf
SRA Handbook [Internet] 
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK47529/
Future of Scholarly 
Communications 
David de Roure, Professor of e-Research at the University of 
Oxford and Director of ...
http://www.scilogs.com/eresearch/pages-of-history/
The demise of the paper around 2030 can be attributed to several factors: 
1. It was no longer possible to include the evi...
“beyond the document”
How did we get here? 
● Big data
http://bluesyemre.com/2012/11/12/big-data-big-potential/
http://2.bp.blogspot.com/- 
xjPM0IVwUYE/U2cDKQn1nwI/AAAAAAAACyE/6bJefOPvDo8/s1600/big-spectrum-data.png
http://justdogoodwork.com/?page_id=1031
Training • Data Management Plan Templates • Resources • 
Training 
http://acrl.ala.org/scholcomm/?pageh_id=23#resources 
●...
How did we get here? 
● Alternative publishing trends
http://works.bepress.com/marilyn_billings/14/
http://maps.repository66.org/ 
Institutional Repositories
EX of IR using metrics (PlumAnalytics) 
http://d-scholarship.pitt.edu/13302/
*Author’s riGHts
Publisher copyright policies 
& self-archiving 
http://www.sherpa.ac.uk/romeo/ 
Licenses 
The value of the CC BY license 
...
ASIDE: 
SHERPA (Securing a Hybrid Environment for Research Preservation 
and Access) is an organisation originally set up ...
How did we get here? 
● Promotion, tenure, bibliometrics
*Can you find metrics?
http://scepticemia.com/2014/07/08/thoughts-on-h-index-and-google-scholar-metrics-2014/
Recommended Presentations 
Changing Scholarly Communications and the Role of an Institutional 
Repository in the Digital L...
Tools for Librarians 
ACRL Scholarly Communications Toolkit 
http://www.scholcomm.acrl.ala.org/node/12 
List of repositori...
Tools for Librarians con’t... 
Scholarly Publishing & Academic Resources Coalition 
(SPARC) http://www.arl.org/sparc 
Sher...
Tools for Librarians con’t… 
Value of the CC BY license is outlined in detail by the 
Open Access Scholarly Publishers Ass...
Other tools: 
DOI Registration Agencies & Areas of coverage 
http://www.doi.org/RA_Coverage.html 
Journal Cost Effectivene...
https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/P3YDMNW
CUA Humanities Lecture on Scholarly Communications LSC634 Fall2014
CUA Humanities Lecture on Scholarly Communications LSC634 Fall2014
CUA Humanities Lecture on Scholarly Communications LSC634 Fall2014
CUA Humanities Lecture on Scholarly Communications LSC634 Fall2014
CUA Humanities Lecture on Scholarly Communications LSC634 Fall2014
CUA Humanities Lecture on Scholarly Communications LSC634 Fall2014
CUA Humanities Lecture on Scholarly Communications LSC634 Fall2014
CUA Humanities Lecture on Scholarly Communications LSC634 Fall2014
CUA Humanities Lecture on Scholarly Communications LSC634 Fall2014
CUA Humanities Lecture on Scholarly Communications LSC634 Fall2014
CUA Humanities Lecture on Scholarly Communications LSC634 Fall2014
CUA Humanities Lecture on Scholarly Communications LSC634 Fall2014
CUA Humanities Lecture on Scholarly Communications LSC634 Fall2014
CUA Humanities Lecture on Scholarly Communications LSC634 Fall2014
CUA Humanities Lecture on Scholarly Communications LSC634 Fall2014
CUA Humanities Lecture on Scholarly Communications LSC634 Fall2014
CUA Humanities Lecture on Scholarly Communications LSC634 Fall2014
CUA Humanities Lecture on Scholarly Communications LSC634 Fall2014
CUA Humanities Lecture on Scholarly Communications LSC634 Fall2014
CUA Humanities Lecture on Scholarly Communications LSC634 Fall2014
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Lecture on Scholarly Communications for CUA LSC634 students Sept. 29, 2014. Activities noted by * include mining new scholarly communications job descriptions; determining open access, self archiving and author rights of individual journals using SHERPA/RoMEO; and finding bibliometrics like JIF and h-index that drive publishing.

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CUA Humanities Lecture on Scholarly Communications LSC634 Fall2014

  1. 1. Scholarly Communications… for every librarian! Presentation & Workshop for LSC634 September 30, 2014 Kimberly Hoffman hoffman@cua.edu
  2. 2. "Maybe nothing ever happens once and is finished. Maybe happen is never once but like ripples maybe on water after the pebble sinks, the ripples moving on, spreading, the pool attached by a narrow umbilical water-cord to the next pool..." - William Faulkner, Absalom, Absalom!
  3. 3. http://www.worldcat.org/title/blue-mind-the-surprising-science-that-shows-how-being-near-in-on- or-under-water-can-make-you-happier-healthier-more-connected-and-better-at-what-you-do/ oclc/860755417?loc=20500 Blue mind : the surprising science that shows how being near, in, on, or under water can make you happier, healthier, more connected and better at what you do
  4. 4. Readings that inform this presentation… Bonn, Maria. 2014. Tooling up: Scholarly communication education and training. College & Research Libraries News 75 (3): 132-5. Johnson, L., S. Adams Becker, V. Estrada, and A. Freeman. "NMC Horizon Report: 2014 Library Edition." (2014). http://privacytools.seas.harvard.edu/files/privacytools/files/2014-nmc-horizon-report- library-en.pdf Willinsky, John, and Juan Pablo Alperin. 2011. The academic ethics of open access to research and scholarship. Ethics and Education 6 (3): 217-23. Book: Davis-Kahl, Stephanie, and Merinda Kaye Hensley. 2013. Common ground at the nexus of information literacy and scholarly communication. Chicago: Association of College and Research Libraries, a division of the American Library Association.
  5. 5. http://cdn.nmc.org/media/2014-nmc-horizon-report-library-EN.pdf
  6. 6. Why Me?h ttp://www.sci logs.com/er esearch/pag es-of-history/ Civil Engineering DBE - Contractor Niagara County Community College NSF Grant Writing Rochester Public Library Rochester Institue of Technology Toledo CCHS Librarian BGSU Technical services NASA inadvertant archivist CUA Science Librarianship e-Research Big Data Scholarly Communications
  7. 7. Class slides LSC638 - Spring 2012 - KHoffman
  8. 8. 2014 http://www.journaltocs.ac.uk/
  9. 9. * View from Libraries - Library Jobs * View from Publishing - OA * View from Researchers as Authors
  10. 10. Why Librarians?
  11. 11. *Job Descriptions
  12. 12. Library scholarly communications program ● Open Access ● Data Management ● Data curation ● Digital repositories ● Copyright & Fair Use ● Author’s rights
  13. 13. How did we get here? ● History of scholarly communications ● The article of the future/death of the pdf ● Big Data ● Alternative publishing trends ● Promotion, tenure, bibliometrics
  14. 14. How did we get here? ● History of scholarly communications
  15. 15. Monograph & Serial Costs in ARL Libraries, 1986 ‐ 2011* http://www.arl.org/storage/documents/monograph-serial-costs.pdf
  16. 16. http://acrl.ala.org/scholcomm/
  17. 17. How did we get here? ● The article of the future/death of the pdf
  18. 18. http://www.cendi.gov/presentations/12_11_12_Wilde_Natur e_of_Research.pdf
  19. 19. SRA Handbook [Internet] http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK47529/
  20. 20. Future of Scholarly Communications David de Roure, Professor of e-Research at the University of Oxford and Director of the Oxford e-Research Centre; UKSG 37th Annual Conference and Exhibition: Harrogate, UK, 14 Apr 2014 http://www.slideshare.net/davidderoure/future-of-scholarly-communications
  21. 21. http://www.scilogs.com/eresearch/pages-of-history/
  22. 22. The demise of the paper around 2030 can be attributed to several factors: 1. It was no longer possible to include the evidence in the paper. 2. It was no longer possible to reconstruct a scientific experiment based on a paper alone. 3. Writing for increasingly specialist audiences restricted essential multidisciplinary re-use. 4. Research records needed to be readable by computer to support automation and curation. 5. Single authorship gave way to casts of thousands of collaborators and citizen scientists, leading to failure of the authorship and incentive model. 6. Quality control models scaled poorly with the increasing volume and “open access” movement, obscuring innovation. 7. Alternative reporting was found necessary for compliance with increasingly stringent scientific and industrial regulations. 8. Frustrated by inefficiencies in scholarly communication that stifled progress, research funders demanded change.
  23. 23. “beyond the document”
  24. 24. How did we get here? ● Big data
  25. 25. http://bluesyemre.com/2012/11/12/big-data-big-potential/
  26. 26. http://2.bp.blogspot.com/- xjPM0IVwUYE/U2cDKQn1nwI/AAAAAAAACyE/6bJefOPvDo8/s1600/big-spectrum-data.png
  27. 27. http://justdogoodwork.com/?page_id=1031
  28. 28. Training • Data Management Plan Templates • Resources • Training http://acrl.ala.org/scholcomm/?pageh_id=23#resources ● MANTRA Research data management training for multiple audiences in an interactive we-based environment. Includes a DIY librarian training kit. ● DataONE Librarian Outreach Kit. Ten modules addressing different facets of research data management. ● NECDMC The New England Collaborative Data Management Curriculum is case-based training intended for undergraduates, graduate students, and researchers in health sciences, sciences, and engineering. Data Management Plan (DMP) Templates ● DMPTool: Interactive tool for drafting data management plans for a variety of funding agencies and institutions. ● IEDA DMP Tool: Designed for NSF applications in earth sciences, but useful for all NSF divisions ● Johns Hopkins University Data Management Services has an excellent Data Management Planning Questionnaire and Reviewer Guide and Worksheet for Data Management Plans Resources ● Data Literacy from the ACRL Intersections of Scholarly Communication and Information Literacy Task Force ● Data Citation Principles from Force11 and Practicalities from California Digital Library ● Research Data Curation Bibliography by Charles W. Bailey, Jr. ● e-Science Portal for New England Librarians’ resource on and Data Management ● Data Curation Profiles Directory for when you need “information about the specific data generated and used in research areas and sub-disciplines.” ● DCC Disciplinary metadata standards ● Research data repositories ● Data management horror stories collected by Dorothea Salo ● Answers to concerns about opening up data from Christopher Gutteridge & Alexander Dutton
  29. 29. How did we get here? ● Alternative publishing trends
  30. 30. http://works.bepress.com/marilyn_billings/14/
  31. 31. http://maps.repository66.org/ Institutional Repositories
  32. 32. EX of IR using metrics (PlumAnalytics) http://d-scholarship.pitt.edu/13302/
  33. 33. *Author’s riGHts
  34. 34. Publisher copyright policies & self-archiving http://www.sherpa.ac.uk/romeo/ Licenses The value of the CC BY license is outlined in detail by the Open Access Scholarly Publishers Association http://oaspa.org/why-cc-by/
  35. 35. ASIDE: SHERPA (Securing a Hybrid Environment for Research Preservation and Access) is an organisation originally set up in 2002 to run and manage the SHERPA Project ● SHERPA/RoMEO – definitive listing publishers' copyright agreements & retained author rights ● JULIET - Research Funders Archiving Mandates and Guidelines ● OpenDOAR - a directory and tool for worldwide open access repositories RoMEO - Rights MEtadata for Open archiving 2003
  36. 36. How did we get here? ● Promotion, tenure, bibliometrics
  37. 37. *Can you find metrics?
  38. 38. http://scepticemia.com/2014/07/08/thoughts-on-h-index-and-google-scholar-metrics-2014/
  39. 39. Recommended Presentations Changing Scholarly Communications and the Role of an Institutional Repository in the Digital Landscape Marilyn S. Billings, University of Massachusetts Amherst http://works.bepress.com/marilyn_billings/14/ Abstract Presentation to University of Maine community (faculty, administration, librarians, and administration) about scholarly communication topics (author rights, copyright) and institutional repositories, using ScholarWorks@UMass Amherst as example of an IR. Future of Scholarly Communications David de Roure, Professor of e-Research at the University of Oxford and Director of the Oxford e-Research Centre; UKSG 37th Annual Conference and Exhibition: Harrogate, UK, 14 Apr 2014 http://www.slideshare.net/davidderoure/future-of-scholarly-communications
  40. 40. Tools for Librarians ACRL Scholarly Communications Toolkit http://www.scholcomm.acrl.ala.org/node/12 List of repositories (names) http://repositories.webometrics.info/en/North_america/U nited%20States%20of%20America Maps of Open Access Repositories http://maps.repository66.org/
  41. 41. Tools for Librarians con’t... Scholarly Publishing & Academic Resources Coalition (SPARC) http://www.arl.org/sparc Sherpa/RoMEO http://www.sherpa.ac.uk/romeo/ Using the SPARC Author Addendum http://www.sparc.arl.org/resources/authors/addendum
  42. 42. Tools for Librarians con’t… Value of the CC BY license is outlined in detail by the Open Access Scholarly Publishers Association http://oaspa.org/why-cc-by/
  43. 43. Other tools: DOI Registration Agencies & Areas of coverage http://www.doi.org/RA_Coverage.html Journal Cost Effectiveness 2013 - Ted Bergstrom http://www.journalprices.com/ Journal TOCs http://www.journaltocs.ac.uk/
  44. 44. https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/P3YDMNW

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