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Scholze goportis 4-11-14

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Scholze goportis 4-11-14

  1. 1. KIT-BIBLIOTHEK KIT – Universität des Landes Baden-Württemberg und nationales Forschungszentrum in der Helmholz-Gemeinschaft Informationsinfrastrukturen - wie geht es weiter? Frank Scholze GoportisWorkCamp Bremen, 4.11.2014
  2. 2. Data Driven Science 2 4.11.2014 KIT-Bibliothek dder Quelle: Geoffrey Boulton, Talk at Open Science Days Berlin, 14.10.2014 Jisc (2012) Activity Data: Delivering benefits from the data deluge
  3. 3. dd 3 4.11.2014 KIT-Bibliothek
  4. 4. Reproduzierbarkeit 4 KIT-Bibliothek 4.11.2014
  5. 5. Glaubwürdigkeit 5 4.11.2014 KIT-Bibliothek
  6. 6. Crowd Sourcing Science “Its like driving a car whilst normal research is like pushing it” (Tim Gowers) Überschneidungen mit Citizen Science 6 4.11.2014 KIT-Bibliothek
  7. 7. Science 2.0 7 KIT-Bibliothek 4.11.2014 http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Current_vs_emerging_methods_of_science_in_terms_of_pathways.png
  8. 8. Open Science “Open science is the idea that scientific knowledge of all kinds should be openly shared as early as is practical in the discovery process.” Michael Nielsen 8 4.11.2014 KIT-Bibliothek Quelle: http://openscienceasap.org/open-science/
  9. 9. 9 4.11.2014 KIT-Bibliothek Quelle: Geoffrey Boulton, Talk at Open Science Days Berlin, 14.10.2014
  10. 10. ICSU - Open Science Declaration The scientific record should be: free of financial barriers for any researcher to contribute to; free of financial barriers for any user to access immediately on publication; made available without restriction on reuse for any purpose, subject to proper attribution; quality-assured and published in a timely manner; archived and made available in perpetuity. Empfehlungen Datensupplemente zu Textpublikationen zitierbar machen Offene Lizenzierung von Forschungsdaten, um die Nachnutzung zu erleichtern 10 4.11.2014 KIT-Bibliothek http://www.icsu.org/general-assembly/news/ICSU%20Report%20on%20Open%20Access.pdf
  11. 11. Open science is more than disclosure For effective communication, replication and repurposing we need intelligent openness Data and meta-data must be: Accessible Intelligible Assessable Re-usable Only when these four criteria are fulfilled are data properly open. But, intelligent openness must be audience sensitive. Open data to whom and for what? 11 4.11.2014 KIT-Bibliothek The Royal Society. (2012). Science as an open enterprise. http://royalsociety.org/uploadedFiles/Royal_Society_Content/policy/projects/sape/2012-06-20-SAOE.pdf
  12. 12. Outside in 1. User builds workflow around library services 2. Towards a centered network presence 3. Locally assemble externally acquired colls 4. Discovery happens in the library 5. Expertise hidden 6. Configure space around collections Inside out 1. Library services built around user workflows 2. Towards a decentered network presence 3. Engage with creation, management, use and sharing of all information resources 4. Discovery happens elsewhere 5. Expertise visible 6. Configure space around engagement Quelle: Lorcan Dempsey: The Inside Out Library Redux, University of Melbourne, 11 April 2013 4.11.2014 KIT-Bibliothek 12
  13. 13. Der wissenschaftliche Wertschöpfungsprozess KIT-Bibliothek Learning Environments Learning Management Systems Submission and Review Grant Application Research Networks Research Environments Text and Data Mining 13 4.11.2014 Reference Management Systems Resource Discovery Systems Publication and Preprint Repositories Enhanced PDF Research Data Repositories CRIS Text Processing Systems Research Tools Methods and Experiments Text Processing Systems MOOCs Credit and Impact Publisher Plattforms
  14. 14. Wouter Haak Elsevier, VP Product Strategy LIBER, Riga, 2014 Workflow is the new content 14 4.11.2014 KIT-Bibliothek
  15. 15. Research Operating System 15 4.11.2014 KIT-Bibliothek
  16. 16. Wie geht es weiter? Konkretisierung Konzeptionell technisch organisatorisch kulturell Rollen und Markt: Clusterbildung; den richtigen Rahmen finden Struktur: Bottom up – top down Nachfrageorientierung statt Angebotsorientierung 16 4.11.2014 KIT-Bibliothek
  17. 17. Der wissenschaftliche Wertschöpfungsprozess KIT-Bibliothek Learning Environments Learning Management Systems Submission and Review Grant Application Research Networks Research Environments Text and Data Mining 17 4.11.2014 Reference Management Systems Resource Discovery Systems Publication and Preprint Repositories Enhanced PDF Research Data Repositories CRIS Text Processing Systems Research Tools Methods and Experiments Text Processing Systems MOOCs Credit and Impact Publisher Plattforms Lizenzen Open Access Forschungsdaten
  18. 18. Wer stark ist muss auch gut sein 18 4.11.2014 KIT-Bibliothek

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