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  • A snapshot of the maze of information researchers are navigating to find information that leads to scientific breakthroughs. Simple text search is inadequate. No one publisher has all the answers.Stats source: million – The number of websites as of December 2010.21.4 million – Added websites in 2010.Internet users1.97 billion – Internet users worldwide (June 2010).14% – Increase in Internet users since the previous year.Social media152 million – The number of blogs on the Internet (as tracked by BlogPulse).25 billion – Number of sent tweets on Twitter in 2010600 million – People on Facebook at the end of 2010.250 million – New people on Facebook in 2010.30 billion – Pieces of content (links, notes, photos, etc.) shared on Facebook per month.Videos2 billion – The number of videos watched per day on YouTube.35 – Hours of video uploaded to YouTube every minute.Images5 billion – Photos hosted by Flickr (September 2010).3000+ – Photos uploaded per minute to Flickr.
  • Click order:SpamQuoteThe heart of the issue of researcher needs -- one size search does not fit all.
  • We’re hearing that the problem is about efficiency – how to maximize the time available to conduct research.As the amount of data continues to expand, and the sources proliferate, researchers demandEasy access to information from anywhereFormats compatible with mobile workforceQuickly find information that is entirely relevantAnd identify it’s relevance – can they trust the source.
  • We have created the platform, now the real opportunities (and work) begin.
  • Inner circle: current partnersOuter circle: potential partnersWith Elsevier development, we must prioritize development for finite resources, addressing only the broadest needs. But through partnerships we have virtually unlimited potential to exceed expectations, addressing the needs of even the smallest groups of researchers.
  • The current applications are only examples. Collaborate - Allows researchers to find and collaborate with users on other social networks Search - Makes search result more relevant to the user’s unique need by customizing the searchManage – Enables the user to more effectively manage the information generated by the searchAnalyze – Uses external resources to help researchers better understand and analyze data within articles of interest
  • Search Translator: The Search Translator translates your non-English search query and performs a search utilizing the translated query on SciVerse Hub.Methods Search: The Methods Search application helps you find the methods you need for your research.
  • Illinois Catalog Viewer: Search the University of Illinois VuFind online catalog in parallel with SciVerse Hub and view relevant results side by side. The target audience for this service is anyone affiliated with the University of Illinois.Top Reviews: Quickly find the most relevant review articles in your Scopus search results with the Top Reviews application.
  • eReader Formats: The eReader Formats application allows users to convert ScienceDirect articles as seen in the browser into ePUB or Mobipocket format, whichever is appropriate for the user's electronic reader device.Table Download:The Table Download application scans a ScienceDirect article for HTML data tables in the full text. The tables can be downloaded to a CSV file suitable for importing into Excel or similar software.
  • My WorkFlow Search:My Workflow Search application allows you to search for workflows in myExperiment TM from your SciVerse Hub Homepage. It can also be used when you submit a query in SciVerse Hub, the application will run your query through myExperiment TM.ScienceDirect Top 25:Keep track of the latest trends and developments in your specialty with ScienceDirect's Top 25 Hottest Articles.
  • Our vision – collaborating with the scientific community Adding to our reputation for publishing the industry’s most trusted contentBy publishing services that empower scientists to develop applications that meet their needsAnd creating a marketplace/forum for the industry to identify new opportunities, bring them to market, and watch for the community feedback that continuously enhances those applications
  • May 2011 sci verse overview_spain_final

    1. 1. Accelerate Your Research with SciVerse<br />Presented by Teresa MusondaDirector of Product Marketing, Search & Discovery SolutionsDate: 26 May, 2011 in Malaga Spain<br />
    2. 2. Contents<br />2<br />What are the key search & discovery challenges affecting the research community?<br />What is SciVerse?<br />How can SciVerse help researchers?<br />How can SciVerse help the library?<br />
    3. 3. Extraordinary Times Require Extraordinary Thinking<br />3<br />Challenges facing librarians<br /><ul><li>Shrinking library budgets due to economic downturn
    4. 4. Increased scrutiny and pressure on demonstrating return on investment
    5. 5. Broader range of research products available in the market</li></ul>“Libraries are attempting to face a future in which almost every fixed point has disappeared. Users are changing; content is changing; research is taking new forms.”<br />Derek Law <br />Centre for Digital Library Research<br />
    6. 6. Key web trends defining the future<br />Openness &Interoperability<br />Collaboration & Trusted Views<br />Personalization<br />“Give me your data, <br />my way”<br />“Know who I am<br />and what I want”<br />“The right contacts<br />at the right time”<br />
    7. 7. Web of linked data and knowledge outside the formal literature is growing exponentially<br />BBC Paycount Data<br />LIBRIS<br />RDF ohloh<br />Flickr exporter<br />Music-brainz<br />MySpace Wrapper<br />Audio-Scrobbler<br />ACM<br />RAE 2001<br />National Science Foundation<br />FOAF profiles<br />BBC Music<br />DBLP RKB Explorer<br />Virtuoso Sponger<br />eprints<br />CORDIS<br />Geo-names<br />ProjectGuten-berg<br />Open Calais<br />BBCProgrammes<br />RDF Book Mashup<br />riese<br />DBpedia<br />Freebase<br />Linked GeoData<br />DBLP Hanover<br />CiteSEER<br />US Census Data<br />W3CWorldNet<br />UniRef<br />DBLP Berlin<br />Reactome<br />UniParc<br />LinkedCT<br />Taxonomy<br />PROSITE<br />GeneID<br />UniProt<br />KEGG<br />Homolo Gene<br />GeneOntology<br />Pfam<br />ProDom<br />CAS<br />ChEBI<br />OMIM<br />UniSTS<br />PDB<br />HGNC<br />MGI<br />PubMed<br />5<br />Source: Richard Cyganiak and Anja Jentzsch – (as of July 2009)<br />
    8. 8. Linked data is also clouded by spam<br />6<br />BBC Paycount Data<br />LIBRIS<br />RDF ohloh<br />Flickr exporter<br />Music-brainz<br />MySpace Wrapper<br />Audio-Scrobbler<br />ACM<br />RAE 2001<br />National Science Foundation<br />FOAF profiles<br />BBC Music<br />DBLP RKB Explorer<br />Virtuoso Sponger<br />eprints<br />CORDIS<br />Geo-names<br />ProjectGuten-berg<br />Open Calais<br />BBCProgrammes<br />RDF Book Mashup<br />riese<br />DBpedia<br />Freebase<br />Linked GeoData<br />DBLP Hanover<br />CiteSEER<br />US Census Data<br />W3CWorldNet<br />UniRef<br />DBLP Berlin<br />Reactome<br />UniParc<br />LinkedCT<br />Taxonomy<br />PROSITE<br />GeneID<br />UniProt<br />KEGG<br />Homolo Gene<br />GeneOntology<br />Pfam<br />ProDom<br />CAS<br />ChEBI<br />OMIM<br />UniSTS<br />PDB<br />HGNC<br />MGI<br />PubMed<br />SPAM<br />SPAM<br />“Approximately 90% of the 10 billion pages that will be added to the web over the next year to be spam… The massive flooding of the web with endless copies and permutations and shadows of existing things is what is pulling the rug out from under link-based search rankings... Links don't represent a human voting on the quality of a site anymore.”<br /> Rich Skrenta, CEO of Blekko<br /> The "Useless Garbage" Of The Web, Jan 10, 2011<br />SPAM<br />SPAM<br />SPAM<br />SPAM<br />SPAM<br />SPAM<br />SPAM<br />SPAM<br />SPAM<br />SPAM<br />SPAM<br />SPAM<br />SPAM<br />SPAM<br />SPAM<br />SPAM<br />SPAM<br />SPAM<br />SPAM<br />
    9. 9. The problem isn’t having too much information…<br />…It’s about accessing the right information, at the right time, in the right place, in an efficient and effective way<br />OFFICE<br />HOME<br />7<br />CAFE<br />
    10. 10. But do your users want more?<br />Spain By The Numbers:<br />In the UK, France, Germany, Spain and Italy, smartphone penetration reached 31.1% of mobile users.<br />In December 2010, viewers from Germany, the UK, and Spainspent more time watching online videos than those in the US<br />“Spain is among the top 10 European countries with the highest penetration of social networking sites”<br />Sources:<br />
    11. 11. Contents<br />9<br />What are the key search & discovery challenges affecting the research community?<br />What is SciVerse?<br />How can SciVerse help researchers?<br />How can SciVerse help the library?<br />
    12. 12. What is SciVerse?<br />SciVerse empowers the research community to accelerate science by opening ScienceDirect, Scopus and Hub content APIs for third-party application development, enabling intelligent search and discovery across content from ScienceDirect, Scopus, and the scientific web<br />
    13. 13. Our platform for delivering the right information and tools, at the right time<br />11<br />APP<br />ScienceDirect<br />Scopus<br />APP<br />APP<br />APP<br />APP<br />APP<br />10 Million <br />Full Text Articles<br />15 Thousand<br />E-Books<br />41 Million<br />Abstracts<br />Web/Third Party Content<br />SciTopics<br />300 Million<br />Web Pages<br />13 Sources<br />Society<br />APP<br />APP<br />APP<br />Pages<br />Written by scientific experts only<br />SHARE Your knowledge and learn from others<br />18 Institutions<br />InStIT. repository<br />23 million<br />Patent files<br />APP<br />APP<br />APP<br />
    14. 14. SciVerse provides an opportunity for the developers to collaborate with researchers<br />
    15. 15. Partnerships multiply creativity and innovation<br />13<br />Potential Partners<br />Current Partners<br />
    16. 16.
    17. 17. Apps exposed on SciVerse will enable institutions and researchers to gain recognition and revenue<br />
    18. 18. Current publishing standard<br />16<br />Solicit and manage submissions<br />Manage peer review<br />Archive and promote<br />Publish and disseminate<br />Edit and prepare<br />Production<br />
    19. 19. SciVerse Applications can create a “new” publishing standard<br />New metrics &<br />value indexes<br /><ul><li>Most used apps
    20. 20. Top rated developer
    21. 21. Top rated institution</li></ul>Solicit and manage submissions<br />S&T developers & scientists collaborate on Apps<br />Manage peer review<br />Archive and promote<br />Developersgain recognition <br />Elsevier reviews Apps<br />Apps delivered thru SciVerse<br />Researchers rate Apps<br />Publish and disseminate<br />Edit and prepare<br />Royalties paid to developers<br />Researchers subscribe Apps<br />Production<br />17<br />
    22. 22. Contents<br />18<br />What are the key search & discovery challenges affecting the research community?<br />What is SciVerse?<br />How can SciVerse help researchers?<br /><ul><li> SciVerse Applications
    23. 23. SciVerse ScienceDirect article page enhancement
    24. 24. SciVerse Mobile Applications</li></ul>How can SciVerse help the library?<br />
    25. 25. SciVerse Applications provide customized search and discovery lenses at three levels<br />19<br />Level 1<br />Application on the search pages where researchers initiate their search query<br />Level 2<br />Applications on results pages where researchers get results to their query<br />Level 3 <br />Applications on the abstract or article pages that researcher selects to review<br />Enhanced search & discovery experience<br />COLLABORATION<br />CUSTOMIZED SEARCH<br />INFORMATION MANAGEMENT<br />DATA <br />ANALYSIS<br />
    26. 26. The number and value of applications continues to grow<br />20<br />Level 1<br />Apps on search pages<br />Level 3 <br />Apps on abstract or article pages<br />Level 2 <br />Apps on result pages <br />My Workflow Search<br />My Workflow Results<br />Search Translator<br />Table Download<br />Most Cited<br />Top Reviews<br />Search Term Timeline<br />eReader Formats<br />HealthMash<br />Methods Search <br />Matching Sentences<br />Hazmat Navigator<br />My Oncology Articles<br />ScienceDirect Top 25<br />Prolific Authors<br />Genome Viewer<br />Section Search<br />OdiSSea<br />Illinois Catalog Viewer<br />QuantiFind<br />Expert Search<br /> Dataset Search<br />Reflect Network<br />Co-Author Visualizer<br />Next Bio Auto-complete<br />More By These Authors<br />Mendeley Readers<br />Reflect Chemicals<br />Reflect Proteins<br />Recommend This!<br />
    27. 27. Level 1: Customized lenses for enhancing the search experience on the search page<br />21<br />HealthMash<br />My Oncology Articles<br />OdiSSea<br />Expert Search<br />NextBio Auto -complete<br />ScienceDirect Top 25<br />
    28. 28. Level 2: Customized lenses for enhancing the search experience on the results page<br />22<br />My Workflow Search<br />Matching Sentences<br />Prolific Authors<br />
    29. 29. Level 3: Customized lenses for enhancing the search experience on the abstract / article page<br />23<br />More By These Authors<br />Mendeley Readers<br />Genome Viewer<br />Reflect Network<br />QuantiFind<br />Recommend This!<br />
    30. 30. Customer feedback on SciVerse Applications<br />24<br />“I was able to quickly locate some new things happening in my discipline, and also just outside of my expertise. The app was simple and returned results in no time at all.”<br />Assistant professor, <br />Swinburne Univ. of Technology Australia<br />ScienceDirect Top 25 App<br />“Time needed to find new microwave synthesis of some compounds 6-8 hours. After using the application: 30-45 minutes.”<br />Post doctorate researcher, <br />Institute of Chemistry Timisoara of Romanian Academy <br />My WorkFlow Search<br />
    31. 31. 4<br />All third-party apps are subject to a five step app approval process<br />25<br />3<br />Feedback<br />Obtain feedback from SMEs/Business Units as needed<br />1<br />2<br />3<br />Developer submits app for approval<br />Approval<br />App gets promoted<br />Qualitative Review<br /><ul><li>End user value
    32. 32. Usability
    33. 33. Developer value
    34. 34. Business value
    35. 35. Legal risks & recommendations
    36. 36. Fee-based</li></ul>Technical Review<br /><ul><li>Usability
    37. 37. Security impact
    38. 38. Performance impact
    39. 39. Infrastructure impact</li></ul>APP<br />OK<br />OK<br />FAIL<br />FAIL<br />Request additional info<br />
    40. 40. Article 1976<br />Article 2010<br />26<br /> Publishing and the Web<br />???<br />
    41. 41. Future article page enhancement to ScienceDirect<br />27<br />Three-pane view<br />3. Extra’s<br />2. Article<br />1. Outline<br />
    42. 42. Users are very positive about the article page enhancement <br />It “helps to minimize time required to read an article”.<br />“With this stuff I wouldn’t bother with paper copies.”<br />“I like the concept: both authors and readers will benefit from this new article display.”<br />
    43. 43. SciVerse ScienceDirect and Scopus mobile apps to be made available across multiple platforms<br />29<br />
    44. 44. Contents<br />30<br />What are the key search & discovery challenges affecting the research community?<br />What is SciVerse?<br />How can SciVerse help researchers?<br />How can SciVerse help the library?<br />
    45. 45. SciVerse Hub to provide an opportunity for institutions to expose their research output...<br />31<br />Examples of 3rd Party & Web content in SciVerse Hub<br /><ul><li>4.3 million documents from Digital Archives
    46. 46. 19,000 full-text documents available from Humboldt Universität
    47. 47. 662,000 full-text documents from Nature Publishing Group
    48. 48. 19.6 million Medline citations via PubMed
    49. 49. 78,500 documents from MIT OpenCourseWare
    50. 50. 25,400 technical reports from NASA
    51. 51. 1.9 million articles from PubMed Central
    52. 52. 30,000 documents from University of Toronto T-Space
    53. 53. 1.6 million journal articles from Wiley-Blackwell</li></ul>Hub<br /> up to 15M researchers using SciVerse <br />
    54. 54. Libraries can become focal point for applications<br />
    55. 55. Meet Bill <br />Head of Grainger Engineering Library Information Center & Information Resource Support Librarian for the <br />University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.<br />“I want to better navigate people through the distributed information space we live in.”<br />
    56. 56. SciVerse “allows for a very healthy environment of experimentation …The idea is to build an environment that provides access to other information resources. It’s a ‘no-limit’ type of situation…”<br />
    57. 57. “…By changing just a couple of lines of code, the Viewer can be adapted for any library, and there are hundreds of them using VuFind.” -- Bill<br />
    58. 58. Open to Accelerate Science<br />
    59. 59. Thank You!<br />