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101 Innovations in Scholarly Communication - How can libraries support changing research workflows

  1. 1. (except logo’s) 101 Innovations in Scholarly Communication How can libraries support changing research workflows? Bianca Kramer & Jeroen Bosman EIFL General Assembly, Riga, November 13, 2015 @MsPhelps @jeroenbosman
  2. 2. analysis outreach assessmentpublication writingdiscovery
  3. 3. The research workflow – a cyclic model preparation analysis writingpublication outreach assessment discovery
  4. 4. preparation analysis writingpublication outreach assessment discovery The research workflow – a cyclic model
  5. 5. 2005 2010 Analysis Outreach
  6. 6. Survey: scholarly communication tools
  7. 7. Survey: scholarly communication tools
  8. 8. Survey results: Researcher profiles 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% others MyScienceWork ResearcherID Academia.edu Profile page at own institution ORCID Google Scholar Citations ResearchGate PhD student / Postdoc / Faculty (n=3481)
  9. 9. Survey results: Researcher profiles 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% others MyScienceWork ResearcherID Academia.edu Profile page at own institution ORCID Google Scholar Citations ResearchGate PhD student / Postdoc / Faculty (n=3481) Librarians (n=638)
  10. 10. Example research workflows: traditional and innovative
  11. 11. Open Science y y y y yElsevier Example research workflows: company silos / open science
  12. 12. How can libraries support researchers ? Utrecht University Library The Netherlands
  13. 13. Call to action – help distribute our survey English français Español Русский 简体中文 日本語 ‫العربية‬
  14. 14. Custom URL - get data from your institution
  15. 15. • Reconsider tools practiced in information literacy classes • Support licensing decisions • Prepare for talks with faculty/PhD-students/postdocs • Compare research practices in your institution with national and global data • Find out where your users stand on Open Access/Open Science
  16. 16. Show that as a library you think with researchers, not for them
  17. 17. Thank you ! 101innovations.wordpress.com
  18. 18. Three goals for science & scholarship (G-E-O) • declaring competing interests • replication & reproducibility • meaningful assessment • effective quality checks • credit where it is due • no fraud, plagiarism research governance changes • connected tools & platforms • no publ. size restrictions • null result publishing • speed of publication • (web)standards, IDs • semantic discovery • re-useability • versioning technical changes & standards open peer review • open (lab)notes • plain language • open drafting • open access • CC-0/BY • economic & copyright changes researcher funder publisher public government library good efficient open

Editor's Notes

  • Motiverend en voor ons belangrijk, afgelopen 20 jaar en vooral laatste 5-10 jaar meer in onderzoek/publiceren veranderd dan 350 jaar daarvoor
  • Simpel, kan nog simpeler, blijft model; werkelijk onderzoek nooit sequentieel
  • Simpel, kan nog simpeler, blijft model; werkelijk onderzoek nooit sequentieel
  • Simpel, kan nog simpeler, blijft model; werkelijk onderzoek nooit sequentieel
  • Simpel, kan nog simpeler, blijft model; werkelijk onderzoek nooit sequentieel
  • Simpel, kan nog simpeler, blijft model; werkelijk onderzoek nooit sequentieel
  • Simpel, kan nog simpeler, blijft model; werkelijk onderzoek nooit sequentieel

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