Creation, Transformation, Dissemination
and Preservation: Advocating for
Scholarly Communication
June 2013
NASIG 2013 Conf...
Scholarly Communication Definition
Scholarly communications is the:
Creation
Transformation
Dissemination
Preservation of ...
Scholarly Communication
Scholarly communications is the:
Creation
Transformation
Dissemination
Preservation of knowledge r...
The Epitome of Scholarly Communication
2012
Noble
Prize
Winners
Physics - Serge Haroche,
David J. Wineland
• École Normale...
Trend in Inter-Institutional Collaboration
Gazni, A., & Didegah, F. (2011). Investigating different types
of research coll...
Annual growth in publications 1996-2008
Source: Knowledge, Networks and Nations: Global scientific
collaboration in the 21...
Research Workflow
“Today, already in the early phases of the ‘knowledge chain’, the
scientific community is being integrat...
Identify research
opportunities
Find
collaborators
Secure support
Review the
literature
Collect research
data
Analyze rese...
Identify research
opportunities
Find
collaborators
Secure support
Review the
literature
Collect research
data
Analyze rese...
Research Collaboration Tools
Endnote – http://endnote.com/
Mendeley – www.mendeley.com
Zotero – www.zotero.org
Research Collaboration Features
Basic Package
Storage
Private Groups
Open Groups
Social Network
Collaboration Newsfeed
Ann...
Side By Side Comparison
Feature EndNote Mendeley Zotero
Basic Package $250 Free Free
Storage 1 GB 2 GB 300 MB
Private Grou...
You Be the Judge
http://guides.library.pdx.edu/managecitations - Portland State
http://www.lib.berkeley.edu/PUBL/endnote.h...
Conclusion
The New Norm for Scholarly Communication:
Multiple authorship
Inter-institutional collaboration
Collaboration t...
Anne E. McKee, MLS
Program Officer for Resource Sharing
 33 academic research libraries
◦ 17 states ranging from Illinois to Hawaii,
Texas to Washington State
◦ All either RU/VH...
 GWLA and the Great Plains Network (GPN)
◦ www.greatplains.net
 SCOAP3-Worldwide effort among countries and
consortia
◦ ...
 Visiting Scholars-EduRoam
◦ https://www.eduroam.org/
 EDUCAUSE and Internet2 E-content Pilot Series
◦ http://www.inform...
 HATHI Trust (to date 72 libraries or consortia
are members)
 WEST (Western Regional Storage Trust) 23
GWLA members are ...
 BioOne.1 & .2 - Founded by Allen Press,
American Institute of Biological Sciences, GWLA,
SPARC and University of Kansas
...
 Colorado State: Open Access and Research
Fund Scholarships:
http://libguides.colostate.edu/oars
 Oregon State: Web of S...
 K-State: Open Textbook Initiative:
http://www.lib.k-state.edu/open-textbook
 UIC: Hosting & publishing open access
jour...
 Half of ARL members responded to the
survey
 Of respondents, 93% stated they were
involved in scholarly communication
s...
 However, when asked if their
Position/department was the main SC office on
campus, there was “a hesitation in staking a
...
 ALL respondents offered services to “advise
and educate authors about copyright,
retaining rights, etc.”
NONETHELESS
 A...
Rather than waiting for it to come to us!
We need to ensure we are controlling
the SC “ball”
THANKS!
(Shameless excuse to ...
CONTACT INFORMATION
Anne E. McKee, MLS Christine M. Stamison, MLIS
GWLA SWETS
Anne@GWLA.org CStamison@US.Swets.Com
NASIG m...
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As the fight for research grants intensifies and the pot of money decreases, librarians need to ensure that the topic of scholarly communication remains on the forefront, regardless of funding. Affording researchers avenues to widely share and publish their work to make it widely available should be a mission both in the library and at the highest levels of the institution. How can libraries make an impact? In this presentation two librarians, a consortia officer and vendor, will discuss how consortia have and continue to play a primary role in advocating for dissemination of information and scholarly communication. Additionally, they will discuss other tools that libraries/researchers can use as a method of collaboration, whether regional or international, and why it is essential for libraries to become part of the solution before they are left out in the cold. Please come prepared to discuss how your library is making an impact on this topic.

Anne McKee
Program Officer for Resource Sharing, Greater Western Library Alliance
McKee received her M.L.S. from Indiana University, Bloomington and has had a very diverse career in librarianship. She has been an academic librarian, a sales rep for two subscription agencies and now a consortium officer for the past 13 years. A former President of NASIG, McKee is on the Serials Review Editorial Board, 3 publisher/vendor library advisory boards and strives to balance a busy career with an even busier family including a husband, 1 high schooler, 1 middle schooler, 2 dogs while being a first year newbie [and admittedly a rather bewildered] club volleyball mom: all this including wearing orthodontia! McKee is probably the only person you’ll meet with both an undergrad AND MLS in Library Science.

Christine M. Stamison
Senior Customer Relations Manager, Swets
Addison, IL
Christine Stamison, Senior Customer Relations Manager for Swets, has worked in various positions in the subscription agent industry for the past 20 years. Previously, she worked for 13 years in academic libraries, primarily in Serials, at both the University of Illinois at Chicago and at the University of Chicago Libraries. Christine received her Masters in Library and Information Services from Rosary College (now Dominican University) and is a regular lecturer for serials, collection development and technical services classes. When not working you can find Christine in the gym working with her trainer trying to get in shape for her upcoming vacation hiking up Machu Picchu and trekking around Easter Island.

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Creation, Transformation, Dissemination and Preservation: Advocating for Scholarly Communication

  1. 1. Creation, Transformation, Dissemination and Preservation: Advocating for Scholarly Communication June 2013 NASIG 2013 Conference, Buffalo. NY Christine M. Stamison, MLIS Senior Customer Relations Manager
  2. 2. Scholarly Communication Definition Scholarly communications is the: Creation Transformation Dissemination Preservation of knowledge related to teaching, research and scholarly endeavors
  3. 3. Scholarly Communication Scholarly communications is the: Creation Transformation Dissemination Preservation of knowledge related to teaching, research and scholarly endeavors
  4. 4. The Epitome of Scholarly Communication 2012 Noble Prize Winners Physics - Serge Haroche, David J. Wineland • École Normale Supérieure, Paris, France • University of Colorado, Boulder, CO, USA Chemistry - Robert J. Lefkowitz, Brian K. Kobilka • Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC, USA • Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, CA, USA Physiology or Medicine - Sir John B. Gurdon, Shinya Yamanaka • Gurdon Institute, Cambridge, United Kingdom • Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan, Gladst one Institutes, San Francisco, CA, USA Economic Sciences - Alvin E. Roth, Lloyd S. Shapley • Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, USA • University of California, Los Angeles, CA, USA
  5. 5. Trend in Inter-Institutional Collaboration Gazni, A., & Didegah, F. (2011). Investigating different types of research collaboration and citation impact: A case study of Harvard University’s publications. Scientometrics, 87(2), 251–265. Between 2000-2005 Examined 22 different fields of science At least 60 % of publications co-authored. 88% of articles co-authored 80.5% articles Inter-institutional collaboration
  6. 6. Annual growth in publications 1996-2008 Source: Knowledge, Networks and Nations: Global scientific collaboration in the 21st century, The Royal Society, 2011 In 2011, less than 26% of papers are the product of one institution alone, and over a third have multiple nationalities sharing authorship
  7. 7. Research Workflow “Today, already in the early phases of the ‘knowledge chain’, the scientific community is being integrated into the discussion and evaluation of first results. Communication software makes it possible to integrate locally disperse researchers and research groups. Ideas are being generated in chat rooms via virtual discourse. Scientific preprints are being reviewed publicly, thus narrowing the qualitative gap that formerly existed between a preprint and the final publication” Source: The Scholarly Communication of the Future: From Book Information to Problem Solving. Ball, Rafael 2011 - 27 - 1 – 1 Publishing Research Quarterly, pg. 9
  8. 8. Identify research opportunities Find collaborators Secure support Review the literature Collect research data Analyze research data Disseminate findings Manage the research process Research Workflow Many platforms & tools try to support researcher workflows • Researchers use social media to support the research lifecycle • They may not use the same tools • but social media most definitely makes an impact on scholarly workflow CIBER, University College London Emerald Group Publishing Ltd 14 December 2010 Social Media Tools
  9. 9. Identify research opportunities Find collaborators Secure support Review the literature Collect research data Analyze research data Disseminate findings Manage the research process Where is the library in the digital workflow of research? Main focus of libraries: Discoverability of content Availability of content Reference manager LIBRARY
  10. 10. Research Collaboration Tools Endnote – http://endnote.com/ Mendeley – www.mendeley.com Zotero – www.zotero.org
  11. 11. Research Collaboration Features Basic Package Storage Private Groups Open Groups Social Network Collaboration Newsfeed Annotation/Highlight Personalized Paper Recommendations Mobile App Institutional Edition
  12. 12. Side By Side Comparison Feature EndNote Mendeley Zotero Basic Package $250 Free Free Storage 1 GB 2 GB 300 MB Private Groups    Open Groups X   Social Network X   Collaboration Newsfeed X   Annotation/Highlight   X Personalized Paper Recommendations X   Mobile App    Institutional Edition X  X
  13. 13. You Be the Judge http://guides.library.pdx.edu/managecitations - Portland State http://www.lib.berkeley.edu/PUBL/endnote.html - Berkeley http://libguides.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/content.php?pid=294548&si d=2418329 – Oxford http://www.library.wisc.edu/citation- managers/comparison.html - U Wisconsin - Madison
  14. 14. Conclusion The New Norm for Scholarly Communication: Multiple authorship Inter-institutional collaboration Collaboration through social networks The Evolving Norm for the Library: Support Research Management Aide Discovery of Collaborators Analyze Research Data
  15. 15. Anne E. McKee, MLS Program Officer for Resource Sharing
  16. 16.  33 academic research libraries ◦ 17 states ranging from Illinois to Hawaii, Texas to Washington State ◦ All either RU/VH OR RU/H ◦ Combined FTE of 850,000+  25 members of the Association of Public and Land Grant Colleges  25 members of the Association of Research Libraries (ARL)  12 members of the Association of American Universities (AAU)  12 Partners-Hathi Trust  501(c)3
  17. 17.  GWLA and the Great Plains Network (GPN) ◦ www.greatplains.net  SCOAP3-Worldwide effort among countries and consortia ◦ http://scoap3.org/  Science Europe ◦ http://www.scienceeurope.org/
  18. 18.  Visiting Scholars-EduRoam ◦ https://www.eduroam.org/  EDUCAUSE and Internet2 E-content Pilot Series ◦ http://www.informationweek.com/education/instructional- it/e-textbook-pilot-puts-college-books-in-c/240150097  FORCE11: ◦ http://www.force11.org/
  19. 19.  HATHI Trust (to date 72 libraries or consortia are members)  WEST (Western Regional Storage Trust) 23 GWLA members are involved with WEST  Government Documents-GWLA and 5 other consortia/partners
  20. 20.  BioOne.1 & .2 - Founded by Allen Press, American Institute of Biological Sciences, GWLA, SPARC and University of Kansas  TRAIL (Technical Reports Archive & Image Library): digitize, archive and make accessible federal reports issued prior to 1975: http://WWW.crl.edu/grn/trail  Western Waters Digital Library (WWDL): http://www.westernwater.org  OCCAMS Reader http://www.occamsreader.org
  21. 21.  Colorado State: Open Access and Research Fund Scholarships: http://libguides.colostate.edu/oars  Oregon State: Web of Science Faculty Articles Project: OrStU: https://wiki.library.oregonstate.edu/confluen ce/x/hYYKAQ  Univs of Colorado and Washington: Elementa: (Collaboration between BioOne and 5 universities) http://elementascience.org/
  22. 22.  K-State: Open Textbook Initiative: http://www.lib.k-state.edu/open-textbook  UIC: Hosting & publishing open access journals: http://journals.uic.edu/ojs/index.php/  KU: Co-founded: Coalition of Open Access Policy Institutions (COAPI) http://www.sparc.arl.org/about/COAPI/
  23. 23.  Half of ARL members responded to the survey  Of respondents, 93% stated they were involved in scholarly communication services  All but 3 had either a position or department devoted to SC
  24. 24.  However, when asked if their Position/department was the main SC office on campus, there was “a hesitation in staking a definitive leadership claim.”  Some said that other offices/departments on campus also contributed  Some said the library was the only one working on SC but were not recognized as THE leaders on campus
  25. 25.  ALL respondents offered services to “advise and educate authors about copyright, retaining rights, etc.” NONETHELESS  Altho the majority of copyright educators on academic campuses are librarians, only 25% actually have law degrees or have attended copyright training.
  26. 26. Rather than waiting for it to come to us! We need to ensure we are controlling the SC “ball” THANKS! (Shameless excuse to show my daughter’s AZ Sky Club team!)
  27. 27. CONTACT INFORMATION Anne E. McKee, MLS Christine M. Stamison, MLIS GWLA SWETS Anne@GWLA.org CStamison@US.Swets.Com NASIG member since 1990 NASIG member since 1992

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