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[Dutch] Presentatie WEB&Z bijeenkomst - 8 december 2015

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  1. 1. (except logo’s) 101 Innovations in Scholarly Communication How can libraries support changing research workflows? Bianca Kramer & Jeroen Bosman presentatie WEB&Z, 8 december 2015 @MsPhelps @jeroenbosman
  2. 2. analysis outreach assessmentpublication writingdiscovery
  3. 3. Simple cyclic model of the research workflow preparation analysis writingpublication outreach assessment discovery
  4. 4. Multi-cyclic model of the research workflow preparation analysis writingpublication outreach assessment discovery Rounds of grant writing and application Iterations of search and reading Drafting, receiving comments,rewriting Submit, peer review, rejection, resubmitting Rounds of experiments and measurements
  5. 5. Multi-cyclic model of the research workflow, with loops preparation analysis writingpublication outreach assessment discovery Rounds of grant writing and application Iterations of search and reading Drafting, receiving comments,rewriting Submit, peer review, rejection, resubmitting Rounds of experiments and measurements
  6. 6. A multi-cyclic, multi-ordered model of the research workflow, with loops preparation analysis writingpublication outreach assessment discovery Rounds of grant writing and application Iterations of search and reading Drafting, receiving comments,rewriting Submit, peer review, rejection, resubmitting Rounds of experiments and measurements
  7. 7. A multi-cyclic, multi-ordered model of the research workflow, with loops preparation analysis writingpublication outreach assessment discovery Rounds of grant writing and application Iterations of search and reading Drafting, receiving comments,rewriting Submit, peer review, rejection, resubmitting Rounds of experiments and measurements
  8. 8. 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 • connected tools & platforms • no publ. size restrictions • null result publishing • speed of publication • (web)standards, IDs • semantic discovery • re-useability • versioning open peer review • open (lab)notes • plain language • open drafting • open access • CC-0/BY • good efficient open technical changes & standards research governance changes economic & copyright changes researcher funder publisher public government library
  9. 9. Three goals for science & scholarship (G-E-O)
  10. 10. Charters, manifestos and declarations 2003: Berlin Declaration 2012: San Francisco DORA 2015: Leiden Manifesto 2015: The Hague Declaration
  11. 11. 2005 2010 Analysis Outreach
  12. 12. Database(s): scholarly communication tools http://innoscholcomm.silk.co http://bit.ly/innoscholcomm-list
  13. 13. Survey: scholarly communication tools http://101innovations.wordpress.com
  14. 14. Survey: scholarly communication tools
  15. 15. 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)
  16. 16. 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)
  17. 17. Survey results: Altmetrics’ share
  18. 18. Example research workflows: traditional to experimental
  19. 19. Example research workflows: traditional to experimental Add no functionality compared to print era, except online accessibility Represent radical change, with sometimes uncertain technologies and outcomes; still under development Use scale and linking possibilities of the internet to increase speed and efficiency Actually change ‘the way it’s always been done’ – e.g. user-driven, different business models, changes in the sequence of research activities, shifting stakeholder roles
  20. 20. Compare yourself to your peer group
  21. 21. Open Science y y y y yElsevier Example research workflows: company silos / open science
  22. 22. Support of Open Access / Open Science Do you support the goal of Open Access ? Do you support the goal of Open Science ? Yes No Don't know 79 % 5 % 1% 17 % 10 % 89 %Yes No Don’t know 88 % 3 % 1% 9 % 4 % 95 % Medical researchers (807) Medical librarians (313)
  23. 23. www.openlibmed.org
  24. 24. How can libraries support researchers ? Utrecht University Library The Netherlands
  25. 25. Custom URL - get data from your institution
  26. 26. • Keuze van tools bij informatievaardigheden-onderwijs • Ondersteunen beslissingen t.a.v. licenties • Voorbereiden presentaties voor groepen onderzoekers • Vergelijken eigen instelling vs. landelijk / wereldwijd • Houding eigen onderzoekers t.a.v. Open Access/Open Science
  27. 27. Laat zien dat je als bibliotheek met onderzoekers meedenkt, en niet vóór hen denkt
  28. 28. 101innovations.wordpress.com
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