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managing your references
or
curating your resources?
Allan Parsons, October 2016
Enjoy your research!
three paradigms
conventional publishing – knowledge sharing – social engagement
search
store
analyse
write
edit
[publish]
...
Institutional
Identity
Blogger
WordPress Academia.edu
Scoop It!
Google
Sites (Wiki)
Diigo ResearchGate
Mendeley LinkedIn
T...
note on ‘curating’
selecting
collecting
caring
conserving
interpreting
displaying
contextualising
collating
evaluating
mat...
Machlup, F. (1982) Knowledge: its
creation, distribution, and economic
significance. Volume II: The Branches
of Learning. ...
philosophers
encyclopaedists
bibliographers
librarians
conceptual-topological
discursive-agonistic
bibliographic-intertextual
material-cultural
orders
iterative
reflexive
locating - curating
research traps
trying to read everything
reading but not writing
failing to keep bibliographic
information
organising chro...
the resource field
[strategic literature search]
mendeleyzotero
endnoterefworks
colwiz readcube quiqqa
Overview of reference management software
curation tools
docear
Summary
Reference management tools can be
adapted as ‘curation’ tools:
• to avoid some of the traps inherent in
the resear...
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  1. 1. managing your references or curating your resources? Allan Parsons, October 2016
  2. 2. Enjoy your research!
  3. 3. three paradigms conventional publishing – knowledge sharing – social engagement search store analyse write edit [publish] locate curate create disseminate [share] evaluate collaborate participate [engage] The time(s) at which, the degree to which and the ways in which you allow in ‘the Other’
  4. 4. Institutional Identity Blogger WordPress Academia.edu Scoop It! Google Sites (Wiki) Diigo ResearchGate Mendeley LinkedIn Twitter Piirus ORCiD [Facebook?]
  5. 5. note on ‘curating’ selecting collecting caring conserving interpreting displaying contextualising collating evaluating mattering
  6. 6. Machlup, F. (1982) Knowledge: its creation, distribution, and economic significance. Volume II: The Branches of Learning. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. Godin, B. (2008) The Knowledge economy: Fritz Machlup’s construction of a synthetic concept. Quebec. Retrieved from http://www.csiic.ca/PDF/Godin_37.pdf Accessed on 3 November 2012
  7. 7. philosophers encyclopaedists bibliographers librarians
  8. 8. conceptual-topological discursive-agonistic bibliographic-intertextual material-cultural orders
  9. 9. iterative reflexive locating - curating
  10. 10. research traps trying to read everything reading but not writing failing to keep bibliographic information organising chronologically
  11. 11. the resource field [strategic literature search]
  12. 12. mendeleyzotero endnoterefworks colwiz readcube quiqqa Overview of reference management software curation tools docear
  13. 13. Summary Reference management tools can be adapted as ‘curation’ tools: • to avoid some of the traps inherent in the research situation • to facilitate the creation of the several orders underlying the research and writing process • to initiate participation in wider academic research communities • to initiate participation in a wider world

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