Charleston Conference 2013 - 13_1107

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Presentation on "The Social Side of Research and Opportunities for LIbrarians" at the Charleston Conference, 2013.

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Charleston Conference 2013 - 13_1107

  1. 1. The Social Side of Research and Opportunities for Librarians Jeffrey Lancaster, Ph.D. Emerging Technologies Coordinator Columbia University Libraries jeffrey.lancaster@columbia.edu @j_lancaster Slides – slideshare.net/jeffreylancaster
  2. 2. Research is solitary
  3. 3. Research is inherently social
  4. 4. “Research not communicated is research not done” Prof. Anne Glover, EU Science Advisor
  5. 5. ‘Social’ for research can mean: •  •  •  •  Collaboration Public Engagement Public Persona Professionalization
  6. 6. Identify and Facilitate Communities
  7. 7. Scientific Genealogy
  8. 8. Erdös Number
  9. 9. Networks of Collaboration Scopus →  Open Refine, Excel →  gephi, d3.js
  10. 10. Science@Columbia tumblr columbiascience.tumblr.com
  11. 11. (@columbiascience)
  12. 12. Assess and Develop Better Workflow Management
  13. 13. RSS RSS  =  Really  Simple  Syndica/on  –  a  protocol  to  deliver  content  (e.g.  feed://…)   RSS  Reader  –  a  tool  to  parse  and  format  RSS  content  (e.g.  Feedly)   feed://news.columbia.edu/cu-­‐news/feed  
  14. 14. ifttt.com – if THIS then THAT if trigger then action . if [ post  to     facebook   ] if [ check  in   at  airport   ] if [ RSS  item     starred   ] if [ RSS  item   tagged   ] then [ post  to     twi7er   ]. then [ email   Mom   ]. then add  to   [ dra=  post  ]. then add  to   [ googledoc  ].
  15. 15. ifttt.com – if THIS then THAT if trigger then action . if then post  to  facebook   if . post  to  twi7er   then check  in  at  airport   if . email  Mom   then RSS  item  starred   if . add  to  dra=  post   then RSS  item  tagged   . add  to  googledoc  
  16. 16. ifttt.com – if THIS then THAT A  good  guide  to  what  apps  you  should  know/use  
  17. 17. Develop and Support New Services within New Spaces
  18. 18. 3D Printing @ Columbia @CU_SEL 3dprint.cul.columbia.edu
  19. 19. github.com
  20. 20. Makerspaces & Hackerspaces
  21. 21. Professional Persona
  22. 22. ORCID, ResearcherID, etc. Unique  iden/fiers  for  researchers  to  cross-­‐reference  publica/ons,  ac/vi/es,  etc.   John  Smith  vs.  J.  Smith  vs.  John  D.  Smith  vs.     J.  D.  Smith  vs.  JD  Smith  vs.  …   Wang  Kim  vs.  W.  Kim  vs.  Kim  Wang  vs.  K.  Wang  …   ResearcherID:  J-­‐6870-­‐2012   ORCID:  0000-­‐0003-­‐0458-­‐2127  
  23. 23. figshare.com Share  research  components  to  make  them  discoverable  &  citable;  get  metrics  
  24. 24. Altmetric(s) Capture  overall  impact  of  a  publica/on  in  blogs,  tweets,  men/ons,  news,  etc.  
  25. 25. Open Badges Micro-­‐creden/alling  for  aMendance,  task  comple/on,  skills,  exper/se,  etc.     openbages.org
  26. 26. disqus.com Commen/ng  for  ANY  website,  w/  metrics,  modera/on,  &  easy  implementa/on  
  27. 27. Crowdfunding Research Funding  may  no  longer  rely  upon  the  government.  Interested  communi/es,   engaged  by  social  media  presence,  are  key  to  raising  money  from  the  crowd.  
  28. 28. Professionalization
  29. 29. ‘Social’ for research can mean: •  •  •  •  Collaboration Public Engagement Public Persona Professionalization
  30. 30. The Social Side of Research and Opportunities for Librarians Jeffrey Lancaster, Ph.D. Emerging Technologies Coordinator Columbia University Libraries jeffrey.lancaster@columbia.edu @j_lancaster Slides – slideshare.net/jeffreylancaster

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