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Wear Your Open
on Your Sleeve
Michael Eisen
UC Berkeley, HHMI, PLOS
@mbeisen
Burden of Open
Antique Paywall
Pat
Useless
Fixed?
Disappointing
Rebellion
Not ready
Reluctant
The Nobelist, The Famous
Scientist and Me
Peon
Worship
Advice
“I admire your zeal. But if you do not publish in Science,
Nature and Cell you will never get a tenure track job, y...
Ignore
All In
Test
Success!
Tenure
Lesson 1
Don’t count on institutions or
“leaders” to fix things for you.
Do it yourself.
Others will eventually come
aroun...
Lesson 2
Don’t ask for anyone’s
permission. You will never get
it.
Science has a lot of
institutions, but it is a
collecti...
Lesson 3
Be persistent, even obnoxious.
If you’re not annoying people,
you’re not doing it right.
Lesson 4
Wear your open on your sleeve
YMMV
Not done
Static
Slow
Expensive
Ineffective
Open Access Publishing
Open Access Publishing
Publish when YOU are ready
Publish First
Review Later
Review Early, Review Often
Review Usefully
Review Openly
Awesome
Mike Eisen - Wear Open on your Sleeve
Mike Eisen - Wear Open on your Sleeve
Mike Eisen - Wear Open on your Sleeve
Mike Eisen - Wear Open on your Sleeve
Mike Eisen - Wear Open on your Sleeve
Mike Eisen - Wear Open on your Sleeve
Mike Eisen - Wear Open on your Sleeve
Mike Eisen - Wear Open on your Sleeve
Mike Eisen - Wear Open on your Sleeve
Mike Eisen - Wear Open on your Sleeve
Mike Eisen - Wear Open on your Sleeve
Mike Eisen - Wear Open on your Sleeve
Mike Eisen - Wear Open on your Sleeve
Mike Eisen - Wear Open on your Sleeve
Mike Eisen - Wear Open on your Sleeve
Mike Eisen - Wear Open on your Sleeve
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Mike Eisen - Wear Open on your Sleeve

  1. 1. Wear Your Open on Your Sleeve Michael Eisen UC Berkeley, HHMI, PLOS @mbeisen
  2. 2. Burden of Open
  3. 3. Antique Paywall
  4. 4. Pat
  5. 5. Useless
  6. 6. Fixed?
  7. 7. Disappointing
  8. 8. Rebellion
  9. 9. Not ready
  10. 10. Reluctant
  11. 11. The Nobelist, The Famous Scientist and Me
  12. 12. Peon
  13. 13. Worship
  14. 14. Advice “I admire your zeal. But if you do not publish in Science, Nature and Cell you will never get a tenure track job, you will never get tenure and your trainees will fail” -N.C. “Why do you care? There are only ten people in the world I care about reading my papers and they all get Cell” -R.T. “You have to choose between making the world a better place, and having a career in science” -J.R.
  15. 15. Ignore
  16. 16. All In
  17. 17. Test
  18. 18. Success!
  19. 19. Tenure
  20. 20. Lesson 1 Don’t count on institutions or “leaders” to fix things for you. Do it yourself. Others will eventually come around but only after you show them the way.
  21. 21. Lesson 2 Don’t ask for anyone’s permission. You will never get it. Science has a lot of institutions, but it is a collective that moves forward when people, not institutions, take the lead.
  22. 22. Lesson 3 Be persistent, even obnoxious. If you’re not annoying people, you’re not doing it right.
  23. 23. Lesson 4 Wear your open on your sleeve
  24. 24. YMMV
  25. 25. Not done
  26. 26. Static
  27. 27. Slow
  28. 28. Expensive
  29. 29. Ineffective
  30. 30. Open Access Publishing
  31. 31. Open Access Publishing
  32. 32. Publish when YOU are ready
  33. 33. Publish First Review Later
  34. 34. Review Early, Review Often
  35. 35. Review Usefully
  36. 36. Review Openly
  37. 37. Awesome

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