Strategies for making your research visible
Jeannette Ekstrøm
jeek@dtic.dtu.dk
Phone: 4525 7416
DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
Inspiration before making your next move
DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
Agenda
• Services from DTU Library
• Publishing strategy
– Open Access or ”Bu...
DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
Services from DTU Library
DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
Publishing strategy
DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
Scientific publications / papers
DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
Libraries buy access to Scientific journals in “big deals”
With full text acc...
DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
http://www.openaccess.dtu.dk/english/Guide
DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
Open Access
DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
Roads to Open Access publishing
•Green Open Access
–Self archiving, parallel ...
DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
Green Open Access
• Archiving / parallel publishing by use of a OAI-PMH*
comp...
DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
What can be archived “green Open Access” ?
• (Copyright) - makes use of the e...
DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
An example - TECHNOVATION
DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
ORBIT
DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
Golden Open Access
• Free for the reader / user
• Author pays – often for pub...
DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
An Example
DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
Hybrid Open Access
• Free for the reader / user
• Author pays – often for pub...
DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
= discount in APC
DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
OA – and demands, mandates, Policy
• Two types:
– Institutional – (University...
DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
Open Access policy & Danish Universities
University Green OA Golden OA Public...
DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
Publishing policy at DTU, revised draft
Covers scientific literature with DTU...
DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
The policy from
the Danish
funding bodies
DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
In short – Danish funding bodies
• Demand for Green Open Access
= parallel pu...
DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
The EC policy
• The Commissions objective is to optimize the impact of public...
DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
Open Access policies and EC
… wish to ensure that research funded by the EU a...
DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
And as of 2014
With Horizon2020 the European Commission has made open access ...
DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
So to sum up some of the Library services
• Locate the right journal
– Compar...
DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
Impact factors &
H-index
DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
From
DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
From
DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
Fra Google Scholar
DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
Outreach
Visibility
Impact
DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
Impact Story – www.impactstory.org
DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
Research visibility by use of Social Media
https://docs.google.com/presentati...
DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
Science is social
• Science is basically social
• We “stand on the shoulders ...
DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
Types of social media for science
•ResearchGate
•Academia.edu
•LinkedIn
•Twit...
DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
Altmetrics
The altmetrics manifesto
http://altmetrics.org/manifesto
DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
Article metrics
DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
Research gate, academia.edu, …
•Networks of trust,
interest
•Managing papers
...
DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
Twitter – micro media or blogging
• There’s evidence that tweeting about your...
DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
Tweeting an article
DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
Blogging
• Blogging is a platform where you can communicate and discuss your
...
DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
An Example
• http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/impactofsocialsciences/2011/09/26/bloggin...
DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
Reference Management
DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
Mendeley
….RefWorks, Endnote,
Reference Manager, Zotero,
Papers, Docear, JabR...
DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
Reference Management
- generate citations and bibliographies (word,
libre off...
DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
DTU and Mendeley Premium Edition
Agreement with Elsevier/Mendeley as of Novem...
DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
Making you visible and findable
• http://orcid.org/
DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
That´s all
Mail: jeek@dtic.dtu.dk
Twitter: @JEkstroem
LinkedIN: dk.linkedin.c...
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  1. 1. Strategies for making your research visible Jeannette Ekstrøm jeek@dtic.dtu.dk Phone: 4525 7416
  2. 2. DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark Inspiration before making your next move
  3. 3. DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark Agenda • Services from DTU Library • Publishing strategy – Open Access or ”Business as usual” • Impact factors – ISI Journal Impact Factor, Scopus SJR, H-Index, Altmetrics.. • Outreach, visibility, impact – Promoting your research • ResearchGate, Twitter, Blogs, Mendeley, Slideshare, • Reference Management – Mendeley or… .
  4. 4. DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark Services from DTU Library
  5. 5. DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
  6. 6. DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
  7. 7. DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark Publishing strategy
  8. 8. DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
  9. 9. DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark Scientific publications / papers
  10. 10. DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark Libraries buy access to Scientific journals in “big deals” With full text access for some = TOLL ACCESS
  11. 11. DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark http://www.openaccess.dtu.dk/english/Guide
  12. 12. DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark Open Access
  13. 13. DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark Roads to Open Access publishing •Green Open Access –Self archiving, parallel publishing, repositories •Golden Open Access –Genuine Open Access journals, Open Access publishing (payment) •Hybrid Open Access –Traditionelle journals who offers Open Access as supplement
  14. 14. DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark Green Open Access • Archiving / parallel publishing by use of a OAI-PMH* compatible “repository” = institutionel or subject specific archive –I.E. ORBIT, ArXiv.org, ... • Free for the readers/users to download from the repository • No payment, beside the subscription we already pay • Harvested by *Open Archives Initiative Protocol for Metadata Harvesting
  15. 15. DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark What can be archived “green Open Access” ? • (Copyright) - makes use of the exceptions in the exclusive rights from the publishers and sometimes make use of the “addendums” to specify the authors right to retain own copyright instead of transferring all rights to the publisher Typically one or more versions can be archived: – Pre-prints (before peer review) – Post-prints (after peer review) – Publisher version (PDF) • Look up the Publisher copyright policies & self-archiving @ SHERPA/RoMEO: http://www.sherpa.ac.uk/romeo/ Incl. delayed Green Open Access after an embargo period (6-12 months)
  16. 16. DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark An example - TECHNOVATION
  17. 17. DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark ORBIT
  18. 18. DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
  19. 19. DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark Golden Open Access • Free for the reader / user • Author pays – often for publishing • Copyright: Stays with the author - Creative Commons CC-BY • Directory of Open Access Journals: www.doaj.org Business models: • Article-processing charges • Institutional memberships • Societies – indirect payments • Local arrangements, adverticing, or other indirect costs?
  20. 20. DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark An Example
  21. 21. DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark Hybrid Open Access • Free for the reader / user • Author pays – often for publishing • Copyright: Stays with the author - Creative Commons CC-BY • These articles are a part of a “toll access journal subscription” Business models: • Article Processing Charges (APC) • Institutional memberships The risk for double dipping
  22. 22. DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark = discount in APC
  23. 23. DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark OA – and demands, mandates, Policy • Two types: – Institutional – (University, Faculty and Institutes ) i.e. Harvard, ETH, MIT, as well as DTU, Aalborg, CBS, etc. – Claims from Funding bodies i.e. EU (ERC, FP7, H2020), RCUK, NIH, Welcome Trust, etc., and since June 2012 the 5 Danish Funding agencies: • Det Frie Forskningsråd • Danmarks Grundforskningsfond • Det Strategiske Forskningsråd • Højteknologifonden • Rådet for Teknologi og Innovation
  24. 24. DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark Open Access policy & Danish Universities University Green OA Golden OA Publication fund Berlin declaration Aarhus University Yes No No No Aalborg University Yes Yes No Yes (2012) Copenhagen Business School Yes No No (*) Yes (2008) Roskilde University Yes No No Yes (2006) Technical University of Denmark Yes No No No IT-University No No No No Copenhagen University No No No No University of Southern Denmark Yes No No No
  25. 25. DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark Publishing policy at DTU, revised draft Covers scientific literature with DTU researchers being authors (peer reviewed articles, conference papers, books series, ..)  Choose to publish in highly ranked journals within your discipline  If possible choose OA publishing  As a minimum keep the rights to deposit the final manuscript after peer review in order to meet the requirements from the funding bodies ( when Open Access is required )  Publications must be registered and archived in DTU Orbit = GREEN POLICY With this policy DTU wants to maximize access and use of scientific research made by DTU researchers ( benefit the society )
  26. 26. DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark The policy from the Danish funding bodies
  27. 27. DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark In short – Danish funding bodies • Demand for Green Open Access = parallel publishing in DTU Orbit or similar. – The author self-archive the peer reviewed research article in a digital archive / repository ( institutional or subject specific ) with an embargo period of 6 – 12 months after publication • Focus on quality – The policy points out that the author should not compromise choosing the best suited scientific journal to publish • But… it is the beneficiaries responsibility to make sure that rights are retained so that parallel publishing can be made possible in an open archive – Meaning that the author will have to negotiate retaining this right (instead of transferring all rights to the publisher)
  28. 28. DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark The EC policy • The Commissions objective is to optimize the impact of publicly- funded scientific research, both at European level (FP7, Horizon 2020) and at Member State level. • This is essential for Europe's ability to enhance its economic performance and improve the capacity to compete through knowledge • Results of publicly-funded research can therefore be disseminated more broadly and faster, to the benefit of researchers, innovative industry and citizens • Open access can also boost the visibility of European research, and in particular offer small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) access to the latest research for utilisation.
  29. 29. DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark Open Access policies and EC … wish to ensure that research funded by the EU are made available to the population at large for free. If you are a grant recipient from ERC or from FP7 (-2013) in one of the following Research Areas: • Energy • Environment (including Climate Change) • Health • Information and Communication Technologies (Cognitive Systems, Interaction, Robotics) • Research Infrastructures (e-infrastructures) • Science in society • Socio-economic sciences and the humanities You are required to deposit your publications!
  30. 30. DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark And as of 2014 With Horizon2020 the European Commission has made open access a general principle in the model grant agreement = all beneficiaries must ensure that their publications can be found on the internet and freely available for the reader = in practice deposit the publication i.e. the research article after review into a repository (subject or institutional) + provided bibliographic metadata, grant number, publ.date, persistent identifier… = by use of either the GREEN or GOLDEN route Reimbursement for Golden route ( in the project´s budget )
  31. 31. DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark So to sum up some of the Library services • Locate the right journal – Compare with others – Impact factor, or other journal indicators (JCR) – Open access or not ( Sherpa/RoMEO or DTU Open Access Web) • Get your research in DTU Orbit / the local DTU research repository • Provide a website – www.openaccess.dtu.dk • Provide you with vouchers, when possible • Provide you with discounts for APCs, when possible • Provide you with “the new stuff”
  32. 32. DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
  33. 33. DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark Impact factors & H-index
  34. 34. DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
  35. 35. DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark From
  36. 36. DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark From
  37. 37. DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark Fra Google Scholar
  38. 38. DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark Outreach Visibility Impact
  39. 39. DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark Impact Story – www.impactstory.org
  40. 40. DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark Research visibility by use of Social Media https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1- 9AynFEazKHBuFPct16qO47CaoNvW5XrmsrMy00mKtk/present?pli=1&ueb=true#slide=id.p
  41. 41. DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark Science is social • Science is basically social • We “stand on the shoulders of giants” • Research is (often) built on collaboration on several levels: – Within the research groups – Between different universities, organisations – Geographical – Cross-discipline – From academia to industry – From academia to society – citizens scientist
  42. 42. DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark Types of social media for science •ResearchGate •Academia.edu •LinkedIn •Twitter •Blogging •Wikis – wikipedia •Mendeley •Impact Story •…. http://bjerglund.files.wordpress.com/2011/07/social_media_prism.png
  43. 43. DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark Altmetrics The altmetrics manifesto http://altmetrics.org/manifesto
  44. 44. DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark Article metrics
  45. 45. DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark Research gate, academia.edu, … •Networks of trust, interest •Managing papers and other research output •Forum for Q&A •Closed, but free
  46. 46. DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark Twitter – micro media or blogging • There’s evidence that tweeting about your paper increases the number of citations (http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/impactofsocialsciences/2012/04/19/blog-tweeting-papers-worth-it/) How and what: • Build up followers • Use twitter at conferences • Use twitter in the department • Tweet about your new publication • Tweet about the stuff you cannot put in a peer reviewed publication • Use hashtags # to make your article more visible – don’t be afraid to make up your own • Use twitter together with a blog – department blog with multiple authors to keep it frequently updated • Twitter is exceptional good for reaching out to external audiences – future opportunities for collaboration!! • http://issuu.com/amymollett/docs/twitter_guide_academics
  47. 47. DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark Tweeting an article
  48. 48. DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark Blogging • Blogging is a platform where you can communicate and discuss your research before, during and after you've published. – When you blog, you increase the visibility of your research both within and outside academia. – Again, you can blog about the “stuff not in the real publication” with link to the publication • Tweeting in combination with blogging can be very strong Inspiration: http://www2.lse.ac.uk/government/research/resgroups/LSEPublicPolicy /Docs/LSE_Impact_Handbook_April_2011.pdf
  49. 49. DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark An Example • http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/impactofsocialsciences/2011/09/26/blogging-to-print/
  50. 50. DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark Reference Management
  51. 51. DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark Mendeley ….RefWorks, Endnote, Reference Manager, Zotero, Papers, Docear, JabRef ……
  52. 52. DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark
  53. 53. DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark Reference Management - generate citations and bibliographies (word, libre office, latex) Read and Annotation - notes, highlights to pdf´s Add and Organize - import from research databases, Collaboration - in research groups, share documents.. Network and Discover - search for literature, people and groups Backup, Sync - desktop, mobile, tablet
  54. 54. DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark DTU and Mendeley Premium Edition Agreement with Elsevier/Mendeley as of November 2013 • More storage capacity ( 5 GB ) • Ability to create private groups of up to 25 collaborators • Additional premium features such as Mendeley Suggest • Adding the OpenURL in order to locate full text – http://sfx.cvt.dk/sfx_local http://libguides.dtu.dk/mendeley
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  56. 56. DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark Making you visible and findable • http://orcid.org/
  57. 57. DTU Library, Technical University of Denmark That´s all Mail: jeek@dtic.dtu.dk Twitter: @JEkstroem LinkedIN: dk.linkedin.com/in/jeannetteekstroem/ Google+ bibelib@gmail.com + Mendeley + ResearchGate

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