Taking up the RIN challenge:supporting researchers’ use of web 2.0Lucy Keating, Newcastle UniversityLibrary
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Context
Context
Volatility                               Plagiarism and                                                          copyright...
Specific attractions for                     Supplement, not     arts/humanities                            replacement   ...
Concept                                     Encouragement of                                         dabbling Simple but  ...
ConceptNo log-in or                                                  Easy to update   other                               ...
Source: http://www.jisc.ac.uk/whatwedo/campaigns/res3/jischelp.aspx
Caveats!           Flickr the Commons: US National Archives, no known copyright           restrictions
Continuation….                 Improvements                        AHRC new media Evaluate                                ...
Our library regulations 1894
Contact and Comments....                     Flickr the Commons: Smithsonian                       Institution, no known c...
Keating - Taking up the RIN challenge: supporting researchers’ use of web 2.0
Keating - Taking up the RIN challenge: supporting researchers’ use of web 2.0
Keating - Taking up the RIN challenge: supporting researchers’ use of web 2.0
Keating - Taking up the RIN challenge: supporting researchers’ use of web 2.0
Keating - Taking up the RIN challenge: supporting researchers’ use of web 2.0
Keating - Taking up the RIN challenge: supporting researchers’ use of web 2.0
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Keating - Taking up the RIN challenge: supporting researchers’ use of web 2.0

  1. 1. Taking up the RIN challenge:supporting researchers’ use of web 2.0Lucy Keating, Newcastle UniversityLibrary
  2. 2. Context
  3. 3. Context
  4. 4. Context
  5. 5. Volatility Plagiarism and copyrightToo much choice Little usage among peers Trust and authority? Trivia For socialNo career life onlyincentives Lack of clarity about Age, seniority and subject benefits factors Flickr the Commons: Uni of Washington libraries, no known copyright restrictions
  6. 6. Specific attractions for Supplement, not arts/humanities replacement Collaboration Fast and engagement FlexibleHighimpact Cheap Discovering the Uncertainty rather than unknown hostility... Flickr the Commons: State Library of NSW, no known copyright restrictions
  7. 7. Concept Encouragement of dabbling Simple but not patronising Practical, notHighlight free theoretical resources Not bogged down in Objective, not terminology evangelical Flickr the Commons: Cornell Uni Library, no known copyright restrictions
  8. 8. ConceptNo log-in or Easy to update other and maintain barriers Focus on all Attractive aspects of research process Portable bite-Illustrated with real subject sized chunks examples Flickr the Commons: Cornell Uni Library, no known copyright restrictions
  9. 9. Source: http://www.jisc.ac.uk/whatwedo/campaigns/res3/jischelp.aspx
  10. 10. Caveats! Flickr the Commons: US National Archives, no known copyright restrictions
  11. 11. Continuation…. Improvements AHRC new media Evaluate conference Other Librarysubject redesignareas?Publicity Researcher development moduleWorkshops for research staff Make more materials Give up???? available Flickr the Commons: U Washington Libraries, no known copyright restrictions
  12. 12. Our library regulations 1894
  13. 13. Contact and Comments.... Flickr the Commons: Smithsonian Institution, no known copyright restrictions

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