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A Brief Review of ‘Social Networks for Scientists’

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The 3rd SPARC Japan Seminar 2015 "Challenges and Possibilities of Emerging Research Information Platforms"

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A Brief Review of ‘Social Networks for Scientists’

  1. 1. A BRIEF REVIEW OF ‘SOCIAL NETWORKS FOR SCIENTISTS’ Photo by @IBMbigdata KEITA BANDO, THE 3RD SPARC JAPAN SEMINAR 2015, JANUARY 19 2016
  2. 2. OUTLINE • Self-introduction • Overview of 
 ‘Social Networks for Scientists’ • Primary features of 
 ‘Social Networks for Scientists’ • How librarians should engage with 
 ‘Social Networks for Scientists’? A BRIEF REVIEW OF ‘SOCIAL NETWORKS FOR SCIENTISTS’ Photo by @IBMbigdata
  3. 3. KEITA BANDO COORDINATOR 
 FOR THE ONLINE PLATFORM 
 FOR SCIENTIFIC COMMUNICATION
  4. 4. • MyOpenArchive (2007 - 2013) • OpenAccessWeekJP (2009 - 2010) • ScienceCommonsJP (2010 - 2011) • Mendeley Advisor (2011 - Present) • ORCID Ambassador (2013 - Present) MY ACTIVITIES KEITABANDO.ORG/ACTIVITIES
  5. 5. • Altmetrics: alternative ways of measuring scholarly impact based on the social web, Journal of Information Processing and Management, 2012
 DOI: 10.1241/johokanri.55.638 • ORCID Outreach Meeting and Codefest in Chicago, Journal of Information Processing and Management, 2014
 DOI: 10.1241/johokanri.57.423 • ResearchGate: SNS specialized for researchers with Repository function, Current Awareness, 2015
 DOI: 10.11501/9396323 MY PUBLICATIONS ORCID.ORG/0000-0003-0485-8891
  6. 6. OUTLINE A BRIEF REVIEW OF ‘SOCIAL NETWORKS FOR SCIENTISTS’ Photo by @IBMbigdata • Self-introduction • Overview of 
 ‘Social Networks for Scientists’ • Primary features of 
 ‘Social Networks for Scientists’ • How librarians should engage with 
 ‘Social Networks for Scientists’?
  7. 7. … 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 … THE HISTORY OF SOCIAL NETWORKS
  8. 8. COMPARISON ResearchGate Mendeley Academia Logo Network size 8 million (Oct 2015) 4 million (Apr 2015) 30 million (Dec 2015) What’s? Social Network Site Reference Manager Social Network Site
  9. 9. REMARKABLE REACH NATURE SURVEY DOI:10.1038/512126A (AUGUST 2014)
  10. 10. REMARKABLE REACH NATURE SURVEY DOI:10.1038/512126A (AUGUST 2014)
  11. 11. IDLE, BROWSE OR CHAT? NATURE SURVEY DOI:10.1038/512126A (AUGUST 2014)
  12. 12. 101 INNOVATIONS IN SCHOLARLY COMMUNICATION HTTPS://101INNOVATIONS.WORDPRESS.COM
  13. 13. WHAT TOOLS/SITES DO YOU USE TO ARCHIVE/SHARE PUBLICATIONS? SURVEY DOI:10.6084/M9.FIGSHARE.1286826 (JUNE 2015)
  14. 14. WHAT RESEARCHER PROFILES DO YOU USE? SURVEY DOI:10.6084/M9.FIGSHARE.1286826 (JUNE 2015)
  15. 15. WHAT DISCIPLINE(S) ARE YOU WORKING IN? SURVEY DOI:10.6084/M9.FIGSHARE.1286826 (JUNE 2015)
  16. 16. OUTLINE A BRIEF REVIEW OF ‘SOCIAL NETWORKS FOR SCIENTISTS’ Photo by @IBMbigdata • Self-introduction • Overview of 
 ‘Social Networks for Scientists’ • Primary features of 
 ‘Social Networks for Scientists’ • How librarians should engage with 
 ‘Social Networks for Scientists’?
  17. 17. • Repository • Collaborate • Metrics • Institution OUTLINE PRIMARY FEATURES OF ‘SOCIAL NETWORKS FOR SCIENTISTS’ Photo by @IBMbigdata
  18. 18. CHOOSE WHETHER YOU’D LIKE TO ENTER AN EXISTING DOI OR GENERATE A NEW DOI. VIA CELEBRATING FIVE MILLION MEMBERS WITH FREE DOIS - RESEARCHGATE (AUGUST 2014)
  19. 19. THE PLATFORM .. GIVE IT A UNIQUE IDENTIFIER (A VERSIONED DOI) VIA PUT YOUR RESEARCH DATA ONLINE, WITH MENDELEY DATA! (NOVEMBER 2015)
  20. 20. AUTHORS ARE DEPOSITING THEIR PAPERS IN THESE WEBSITES INSTEAD OF THEIR OWN IR. VIA NEW EDITION WITH UPDATED INFO (JANUARY 2015)
  21. 21. A SOCIAL NETWORKING SITE IS NOT AN OPEN ACCESS REPOSITORY CC BY: THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA OFFICE OF SCHOLARLY COMMUNICATION (DECEMBER 2015)
  22. 22. • Repository • Collaborate • Metrics • Institution OUTLINE PRIMARY FEATURES OF ‘SOCIAL NETWORKS FOR SCIENTISTS’ Photo by @IBMbigdata
  23. 23. RG FORMAT VIA INTRODUCING THE RG FORMAT (FEBRUARY 2015)
  24. 24. COLLABORATE WITH YOUR RESEARCH TEAM EACH GROUP MEMBER IS ASSIGNED A DIFFERENT COLOR FOR HIGHLIGHTING VIA INTRO TO MENDELEY (OFFICIAL EXTENDED) EDITED FOR UMICH
  25. 25. ANNOTATING THE SCHOLARLY WEB SCIENTISTS COULD SCRIBBLE COMMENTS ON RESEARCH PAPERS AND SHARE THEM PUBLICLY .. NATURE 528, 153–154 (03 DECEMBER 2015) DOI:10.1038/528153A
  26. 26. ANNOTATING ALL KNOWLEDGE NEW SCHOLARLY COALITION EMBRACES W3C WEB ANNOTATIONS (DECEMBER 2015)
  27. 27. • Repository • Collaborate • Metrics • Institution OUTLINE PRIMARY FEATURES OF ‘SOCIAL NETWORKS FOR SCIENTISTS’ Photo by @IBMbigdata
  28. 28. RG SCORE THE RG SCORE IS A METRIC THAT MEASURES SCIENTIFIC REPUTATION BASED ON HOW ALL OF YOUR RESEARCH IS RECEIVED BY YOUR PEERS.
  29. 29. INSTITUTIONS ON RESEARCHGATE THIS LIST SHOWS INSTITUTIONS BY THE SUM OF THE RG SCORES OF THEIR INDIVIDUAL MEMBERS USING RESEARCHGATE.
  30. 30. THE RG SCORE INCORPORATES THE JOURNAL IMPACT FACTOR TO EVALUATE INDIVIDUAL RESEARCHERS. VIA THE RESEARCHGATE SCORE: A GOOD EXAMPLE OF A BAD METRIC (DECEMBER 2015)
  31. 31. MENDELEY STATS MENDELEY STATS WILL ALLOW YOU TO SEE A NUMBER OF METRICS THAT WILL GIVE YOU A UNIQUE, ..
  32. 32. ALTMETRICS - MORE & DIFFERENT DATA PLEASE VIA TRIP REPORT: 5 YEARS OF ALTMETRICS #2AMCONF #ALTMETRICS15 (OCTOBER 2015) Photo by @digicmb
  33. 33. • Repository • Collaborate • Metrics • Institution OUTLINE PRIMARY FEATURES OF ‘SOCIAL NETWORKS FOR SCIENTISTS’ Photo by @IBMbigdata
  34. 34. THE UNIVERSITY OF TOKYO ON RESEARCHGATE HTTPS://WWW.RESEARCHGATE.NET/INSTITUTION/THE_UNIVERSITY_OF_TOKYO
  35. 35. THE UNIVERSITY OF TOKYO | MENDELEY GROUP HTTPS://WWW.MENDELEY.COM/GROUPS/7440181/THE-UNIVERSITY-OF-TOKYO/
  36. 36. THE UNIVERSITY OF TOKYO - ACADEMIA.EDU HTTPS://U-TOKYO.ACADEMIA.EDU
  37. 37. OUTLINE A BRIEF REVIEW OF ‘SOCIAL NETWORKS FOR SCIENTISTS’ Photo by @IBMbigdata • Self-introduction • Overview of 
 ‘Social Networks for Scientists’ • Primary features of 
 ‘Social Networks for Scientists’ • How librarians should engage with 
 ‘Social Networks for Scientists’?
  38. 38. RESEARCHMAP HTTP://RESEARCHMAP.JP
  39. 39. ORCID HTTP://ORCID.ORG
  40. 40. GOOGLE SCHOLAR CITATIONS HTTPS://SCHOLAR.GOOGLE.COM
  41. 41. SCIENTISTS WANT TO COLLABORATE ONLINE Photo by @IBMbigdata
  42. 42. • Institutional Repository • Current Research Information System • Institutional Level Metrics • Research support • Anything else? HOW LIBRARIANS SHOULD ENGAGE WITH 
 ‘SOCIAL NETWORKS FOR SCIENTISTS’?
  43. 43. OUTLINE A BRIEF REVIEW OF ‘SOCIAL NETWORKS FOR SCIENTISTS’ Photo by @IBMbigdata • Self-introduction • Overview of 
 ‘Social Networks for Scientists’ • Primary features of 
 ‘Social Networks for Scientists’ • How librarians should engage with 
 ‘Social Networks for Scientists’?
  44. 44. A BRIEF REVIEW OF ‘SOCIAL NETWORKS FOR SCIENTISTS’ KEITA BANDO, THE 3RD SPARC JAPAN SEMINAR 2015, JANUARY 19 2016 Photo by @IBMbigdata

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