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Opportunities: Improve Interoperability ... from a library viewpoint.

  1. 1. Opportunities: Improve Interoperability ...from a library viewpoint Lambert HellerORCID and DataCite Interoperability Network (ODIN) 2012 Kickoff Meeting Berlin, 18.10.2012
  2. 2. Relevance ranking in academic search, ca. 2012 2
  3. 3. Adding a social angel to relevance: Altmetrics 3
  4. 4. Adding a social angel to relevance: Altmetrics(Maybe) common sense:•  ALM = better than to have only peer review and citation countsHow do they compare?•  Peer review + citations = done by a few experts on research topic of article in question.•  Bookmarks, Tweets, Likes, usage data... = broad, but diffuse. 4
  5. 5. In 2017, bookmarks may be (simple) statements 5 (from: HCLSIG/SWANSIOC/Actions/RhetoricalStructure)
  6. 6. In 2017, bookmarks may be (simple) statements ...and not just on journals articles, but also •  blog postings •  shared research data •  additions to collaborative work (e.g. wiki article, genome annotation on Github) •  „nano publications“ (e.g. scientific claims) •  ... 6 (from: HCLSIG/SWANSIOC/Actions/RhetoricalStructure)
  7. 7. Identified authors = authors we know more about 7
  8. 8. Identified authors = authors we know more aboutThanks to interoperableidentifiers, we gainknowledge from differentsources:•  Institutional („research information systems“),•  Personal („Facebook for scientists“, cf. VIVO),•  Publishers, repositories (cf. ORCID)•  Research libraries,•  Citation analysis•  etc. 8
  9. 9. Identified authors = authors we know more aboutThanks to interoperableidentifiers, we gainknowledge from differentsources:•  Institutional („research information systems“), ...therefore can not only be•  Personal („Facebook for linked to their journals articles, scientists“, cf. VIVO), but also to their•  Publishers, repositories (cf. •  blog postings ORCID) •  shared research data•  Research libraries, •  additions to collaborative work•  Citation analysis •  „nano publications“•  etc. •  ... 9
  10. 10. book-Identified authors = authorsrs we know more about markeThanks to interoperableidentifiers, we gainknowledge from differentsources:•  Institutional („research information systems“), ...therefore can not only be•  Personal („Facebook for linked to their journals articles, scientists“, cf. VIVO), but also to their•  Publishers, repositories (cf. •  blog postings ORCID) •  shared research data•  Research libraries, •  additions to collaborative work•  Citation analysis •  „nano publications“•  etc. •  ... 10
  11. 11. Relevance ranking in academic search, ca. 2017? Sort your results •  Relevance A: (Number of) positive statements from researchers on topic •  Relevance B: (Number of) statements from researchers on topic in total •  Relevance C: ... 11
  12. 12. Relevance ranking in academic search, ca. 2017? Sort your results •  Relevance A: (Number of) positive statements from researchers on topic •  Relevance B: (Number of) statements from researchers on topic in total •  Relevance C: ... Enhance your search to •  Blog postings •  Nano publications •  ... 12
  13. 13. Relevance ranking in academic search, ca. 2017?Does anybody needthis?•  Cf. Rise of arXiv, Sort your results PLoS ONE... •  Relevance A: (Number of) positive•  Priem/Hemminger: statements from researchers on topic „Decoupling the •  Relevance B: (Number of) statements from researchers on topic in total scholarly journal“ •  Relevance C: ... Enhance your search to •  Blog postings •  Nano publications •  ...
  14. 14. What identifiers do we need to make that happen?Interoperable Identifiers for•  researchers•  any kind of scholarly objects (+ collaborative, dynamic objects)•  organizational structures of academia (beyond grant numbers)•  in some cases, even for things (e.g. telescopes) 14
  15. 15. What identifiers do we need to make that happen?Identifiers that can be used/enriched by•  their „owners“ – e .g. authors with their ORCID•  Institutions – e.g. librarians linking objects to ORCIDs when their owners can`t/won`t•  others – e.g. citation references (+ bookmarking, tweeting...) 15
  16. 16. What identifiers do we need to make that happen?As a result, identifiers shouldn`t be private property (but need tobe in the public domain).And perhaps most important: We need a broad awareness of identifiers and relation types that are already in use, and a culture of reuse across different application types (publishers, researcher network services, institutional research information systems, and libraries).Linked Open Data may be helpful in that way. 16
  17. 17. Questions + feedback = welcome J•  Twitter @Lambo•  Skype wikify•  Mail LH@wikify.org•  Web http://wikify.org/•  This presentation: http://de.slideshare.net/lambo/tag/odin12 17
  18. 18. Vielen Dank für Ihre Aufmerksamkeit!

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