101 Innovations in scholarly communication - changing research workflows

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OpenCon webcast December 2015 by Bianca Kramer & Jeroen Bosman. These slides are on the development, availability, use and impact of research tools in all phases of the research cycle, telling us how scholarly communication is changing. CC-BY

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  • 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
  • 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
  • 101 Innovations in scholarly communication - changing research workflows

    1. 1. (except logo’s) 101 Innovations in Scholarly Communication changing research workflows Bianca Kramer & Jeroen Bosman OpenCon webcast, December 11, 2015 @MsPhelps @jeroenbosman
    2. 2. 2005 2010 Analysis Outreach
    3. 3. What people can use
    4. 4. analysis outreach assessmentpublication writingdiscovery
    5. 5. DIY: Encounter problem? Code the solution!
    6. 6. 2005 2010 Analysis Outreach Or: use one of the many tools already out there
    7. 7. Database: scholarly communication tools http://bit.ly/innoscholcomm-list
    8. 8. Example research workflows: traditional to experimental
    9. 9. Open Science y y y y yElsevier Example research workflows: company silos / open science
    10. 10. 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 government publisher public library
    11. 11. good efficient open Ongoing discussions researcher funder publisher public government library
    12. 12. Charters, manifestos and declarations 2003: Berlin Declaration 2012: San Francisco DORA 2015: Leiden Manifesto 2015: The Hague Declaration 2003: Berlin Declaration 2012: San Francisco DORA 2009: Right2Research
    13. 13. 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
    14. 14. 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
    15. 15. What people do use
    16. 16. Survey: scholarly communication tools http://101innovations.wordpress.com Open until February 10 2016 Over 7,000 responses
    17. 17. Survey: scholarly communication tools
    18. 18. Survey: demographics (first 6571 results) What is your research role?What discipline are you working in?
    19. 19. 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)
    20. 20. Survey results: Altmetrics’ share
    21. 21. Do you support Open Access ?
    22. 22. Do you support Open Access ? USA 86 % Canada 90 % Brazil 93 % Russia 77 % China 85 % Japan 78 % India 88 % Australia 87 % UK 95 % Germany 95 % France 92 %
    23. 23. Do you support Open Access ? 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% Yes No I don't know Japan 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% Yes No I don't know China
    24. 24. Do you support Open Access ? USA 86 % Canada 90 % Brazil 93 % Russia 77 % China 85 % Japan 78 % India 88 % Australia 87 % UK 95 % Germany 95 % France 92 %
    25. 25. Do you support Open Science ? USA 79 % Canada 79 % Brazil 88 % Russia 86 % China 87 % Japan 73 % India 94 % Australia 82 % UK 84 % Germany 76 % France 90 %
    26. 26. Make these data work for you Do Asian postdocs look more to impact factors to select a journal to publish in than their Latin American counterparts?
    27. 27. Make these data work for you Is sharing ‘preprints’ gaining traction beyond the fields of astronomy, physics and math, and if so, what platforms are used?
    28. 28. Make these data work for you Which tools are used in multiple research phases, and are they leading tools in any of these phases?
    29. 29. Compare yourself to your peer group
    30. 30. Call to action – help distribute our survey English français Español Русский 简体中文 日本語 ‫العربية‬
    31. 31. Custom URL - get data from your institution
    32. 32. What people should use ?
    33. 33. collaborative online writing using repositories for institutional visibility more open and post-publication peer review
    34. 34. Importance of interoperability
    35. 35. 101innovations.wordpress.com

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