The Biblioblogs of Today, Tomorrow

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Presentation made on June 9, 2012 at the Archival Educators Research Institute (AERI) 2012 (UCLA, US). Research supported by a 2012 award from the OCLC/ALISE Library and Information Science Research Grant Program.

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The Biblioblogs of Today, Tomorrow

  1. 1. THEBIBLIOBLOGSOF TODAY …TOMORROW? CAROLYN.HANK@MCGILL.CA Assistant Professor ▪ School of Information Studies AERI 2012 ▪ 09 JULY 2012 ▪ UCLA
  2. 2. WHOWHYHOW
  3. 3. WHO …. The Biblioblogosphere: A Comparison ofCommunication and Preservation Perceptions and Practices between Blogging LIS Scholar- Practitioners and LIS Scholar-ResearchersBIBLIOBLOGGERS 2012 OCLC/ALISE LISRGP With Cassidy Sugimoto, CO-PI (IUB)
  4. 4. WHY ….2006 GENERAL BLOGGERS - Choemprayong & Sheble (UNC) - BlogForever (EU)2009 SCHOLAR BLOGGERS - History, Economics, Law, Biology, Chemistry & Physics2012 BIBLIOBLOGGERS
  5. 5. RESEARCHOBJECTIVES
  6. 6. Bibliobloggers’ perceptionsof their blogs in relation totheir cumulative scholarlyrecord. OBJECTIVES
  7. 7. Their publication history,before and afterestablishment of theirrespective blogs. OBJECTIVES
  8. 8. Their perceptions andpreferences regarding thelong-term stewardship oftheir blogs and,subsequently, who, ifanyone, do they perceiveas responsible as well ascapable of preservation. OBJECTIVES
  9. 9. Their blog publishingbehaviors and biblioblogcharacteristics impactingpreservation action. OBJECTIVES
  10. 10. RESEARCH DESIGNFOCUSBLOGGROUPS Questionnaires Interviews BLOGGER Blog Analysis AUG-SEPT-OCT 2012 TOOLS 153 SCHOLARS | COMPLETED (HANK 2011)
  11. 11. RESEARCH DESIGN BIBLIO-FOCUSGROUPSBLOG Questionnaires Interviews BIBLIO- BLOGGER Blog Analysis CV Analysis AUG-SEPT-OCT 2012 TOOLS CURRENTLY UNDERWAY
  12. 12. ANYBIBLIOBLOGGERS IN THE ROOM?
  13. 13. HOW DO YOUR PERCEPTIONS,PREFERENCES & PRACTICES COMPARE?
  14. 14. SCHOLARSHIP Public 100% Allows use andScholarly exchange 94% record 80% Subject to critical review 68% 66% agree with all three criteria Association of Research Libraries (1986).HANK 2011 Braxton, J.M., Luckey, W., & Helland, P. (2002).
  15. 15. INVITATIONS… impact & reward % … to presentHANK 2011
  16. 16. INVITATIONS… impact & reward % … to collaborateHANK 2011
  17. 17. INVITATIONS… impact & reward % … to serveHANK 2011
  18. 18. INVITATIONS… impact & reward % … to publishHANK 2011
  19. 19. RIGHTS & USE Copyright Statement (n=34) Creative Commons (n=13) % no rights or use statements at blog or post levelHANK 2011
  20. 20. PRESERVATION % Agree preservation for public access & use into the indefinite future (strongly or somewhat)HANK 2011
  21. 21. SAVING Subscription services Export tools Personal back-upsDocument/text files Via syndication services % Purposefully save entire blog via an archiving service or independently HANK 2011
  22. 22. SAVING Export tools Personal back-upsDocument/text files Via syndication services % Purposefully save some blog components HANK 2011
  23. 23. if?What
  24. 24. HANK 2011SADNESS RELIEF DOUBT ANGER C’EST LA VIE
  25. 25. HANK 2011 Pretty bad. Devastated, both emotionally and professionally. Very sad.SADNESS RELIEF DOUBT ANGER C’EST LA VIE
  26. 26. HANK 2011 I’d do something drastic [in response]. Mad as hell. Pretty peeved. Angry & upset.SADNESS RELIEF DOUBT ANGER C’EST LA VIE
  27. 27. HANK 2011 I don’t have to do it anymore. I get half an hour of my life back.SADNESS RELIEF DOUBT ANGER C’EST LA VIE
  28. 28. HANK 2011 Probably have a drink & forget about it. Not welcomed but not tragic … I’d get over it. Pour another cup of coffee & get Drop out … back to work. until something else comes along.SADNESS RELIEF DOUBT ANGER C’EST LA VIE
  29. 29. HANK 2011 It would take an extreme catastrophe. How would that happen?SADNESS RELIEF DOUBT ANGER C’EST LA VIE
  30. 30. BLOG DELETION % have deleted a blogHANK 2011
  31. 31. 100%90%80% Blogger Co-Author(s)70% Provider/Host/Network60% Search Engine50% Public Trust40% Natl Library30% Natl Archive20% Instl Library Instl Archive10% Instl IT Dept 0% RESPONSIBILITY CAPABILITYHANK 2011
  32. 32. SEE YOUNEXT YEAR!
  33. 33. SOURCESAssociation of Research Libraries. (1986). The changing system of scholarly communication. Washington, DC: Author.Braxton, J.M., Luckey, W., & Helland, P. (2002). Institutionalizing a broader view of scholarship through Boyer’s four domains: ASHE- ERIC higher education report. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.Hank, C. (2011). Scholars and their blogs: Characteristics, preferences, and perceptions impacting digital preservation (Doctoral dissertation). Available from ProQuest Dissertations & Theses database (UMI No. 3456270).
  34. 34. OH, AND ... 2012 ALISE RESEARCH GRANTTEACHING IN THE AGE OF FACEBOOK & OTHER SOCIAL MEDIA:LIS FACULTY AND STUDENTS’ FRIENDING AND POKING IN THE SOCIAL SPHERE
  35. 35. Carolyn Hank PI (McGill)Cassidy Sugimoto Co-PI (IUB) Jeff Pomerantz Co-PI (UNC)
  36. 36. Carolyn Hank PI (McGill)Cassidy Sugimoto Co-PI (IUB) Jeff Pomerantz Co-PI (UNC)
  37. 37. Carolyn Hank PI (McGill)Cassidy Sugimoto Co-PI (IUB) Fred Jeff Pomerantz Stutzman, Co-PI (UNC) Advisor (CMU)
  38. 38. THANK YOU …CAROLYN HANKEmail: carolyn.hank@mcgill.caPhone: (001)514.398.4684SlideShare: http://www.slideshare.net/carolynhankSlideshow:THANKS TO …OCLC/ALISE LISRGPALISE RESEARCHGRANT QUESTIONS?

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