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SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES
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RESEARCH COMMUNICATION
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http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/impactofsocialsciences/
2012/04/19/blog-...
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WORKSHOP 1
This workshop aims at
making you able to decide on w...
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#1 DISCUSSION POINT
Through which channels do you presently sha...
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DIGITAL LITERACY
https://www.jisc.ac.uk
/guides/developing-
dig...
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THE DIGITAL SCHOLAR
Weller (2011: 4):
 ”A digital scholar … [i...
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EXAMPLES OF DIGITAL DISTRIBUTION
Sharing and debating your work...
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SOCIAL MEDIA FOR SCHOLARLY USE
Carrigan (2016: 10-12):
 ”A med...
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SOCIAL MEDIA FOR SCHOLARLY USE
http://www.phdontrack.net
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SOCIAL MEDIA FOR SCHOLARLY USE
Carrigan (2016: 6-7):
 ”Every t...
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SOCIAL MEDIA FOR SCHOLARLY USE
Main features and common functio...
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PROFESSIONAL USE OF SOCIAL MEDIA
Van Noorden (2014)
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GETTING STARTED
Goodier & Czerniewicz (2012)
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GETTING STARTED
Rinaldi (2014) redrawn from Bik & Goldstein (20...
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#1 INTRODUCING APPLICATIONS
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MAKING YOUR PROFILE
Carrigan (2016: 106-107) on crafting an onl...
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MAKING YOUR PROFILE
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#2 INTRODUCING APPLICATIONS
Scholarly profile, institutional re...
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#3 INTRODUCING APPLICATIONS
Scholarly profile, linking to and s...
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COMPARING ONLINE APPLICATIONS
http://osc.universityofcalifornia...
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TWEETING AND BLOGGING
 About twitter (http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/i...
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TWEETING AND BLOGGING
 About blogs (http://www.slideshare.net/...
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#4 INTRODUCING APPLICATIONS
Communicate with various groups of ...
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COMPARING ONLINE APPLICATIONS
Bik & Goldstein (2013)
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#5 INTRODUCING APPLICATIONS
 Open Monograph Press (AU Library)...
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QUESTIONS…
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#2 DISCUSSION POINT
Discuss pros and cons in general when digit...
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IS PUBLISHING CHANGING?
Gideon Burton: www.flickr.com/photos/wa...
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OPEN SCIENCE
Fecher & Friesike (2014)
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COPYRIGHT AND SHARING
Possible options when getting ready to pu...
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COPYRIGHT AND SHARING
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COPYRIGHT AND SHARING
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COPYRIGHT AND SHARING
 “In late 2013, Elsevier sent 3,000 noti...
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MEASURING SCIENTIFIC IMPACT
Waltman & Visser, CWTS workshop, Co...
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ALTERNATIVE METRICS
Bornmann (2014: 895):
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ALTERNATIVE METRICS
Ward et al. (2015):
 Altmetrics are widely...
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Altmetrics, e.g.
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SUMMARIZING TODAY’S TOPICS
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Research Communication and New Media - Towards Becoming an Active and E-visible Online Scholar

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  1. 1. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES AARHUS UNIVERSITET2 RESEARCH COMMUNICATION & NEW MEDIA TOWARDS BECOMING AN ACTIVE AND E-VISIBLE ONLINE SCHOLAR WORKSHOP 1 AT SANDBJERG POLSCI PHD SEMINAR AUGUST 25, 2016 STEFFEN A. GJEDDE – SAG@AU.DK
  2. 2. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES AARHUS UNIVERSITET2 http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/impactofsocialsciences/ 2012/04/19/blog-tweeting-papers-worth-it/
  3. 3. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES AARHUS UNIVERSITET2 WORKSHOP 1 This workshop aims at making you able to decide on whether or not you are interested (and subsequently feel confident) in expanding your usage of online applications in your scholarly practice by facilitating discussions and introducing you to various information (definitions, links, tools, tips, angles, stories, best practice examples, references, etc.) within the dynamic field of scholarly online presence. Presentation is available on SlideShare.
  4. 4. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES AARHUS UNIVERSITET2 #1 DISCUSSION POINT Through which channels do you presently share or debate your academic work and thoughts with the scholarly and/or public community?
  5. 5. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES AARHUS UNIVERSITET2 DIGITAL LITERACY https://www.jisc.ac.uk /guides/developing- digital-literacies
  6. 6. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES AARHUS UNIVERSITET2 THE DIGITAL SCHOLAR Weller (2011: 4):  ”A digital scholar … [is] someone who employs digital, networked and open approaches to demonstrate specialism in a field”. At today’s workshop focus is delimited to the digital distribution of your scholarly knowledge, that is sharing and debating your academic work and thoughts with professional and/or public communities in formats widely accessible through the internet (given your audience have the necessary platform licenses or user accounts).
  7. 7. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES AARHUS UNIVERSITET2 EXAMPLES OF DIGITAL DISTRIBUTION Sharing and debating your work through:  e-books and e-journals  emailing with your colleagues  personal website, institutional or data repositories (e.g. PURE, SSRN, Dataverse)  blogs  Web 2.0 sites (Figshare, Scribd, Slideshare, Cloudworks, YouTube, Wikipedia, etc.)  social media networks (e.g. Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn)  scholarly social media networks (Mendeley, ResearchGate, academia.edu)  e-presence at conferences  …
  8. 8. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES AARHUS UNIVERSITET2 SOCIAL MEDIA FOR SCHOLARLY USE Carrigan (2016: 10-12):  ”A medium is something that stands between two things or people and facilitates interaction between them”.  Social media characteristics are persistency, visibility, spreadability and searchability.  ”These characteristics […] allow us to connect with large and/or engaged audiences without having to negotiate established gatekeepers and they offer new ways of working collaboratively within our fields and beyond them”.
  9. 9. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES AARHUS UNIVERSITET2 SOCIAL MEDIA FOR SCHOLARLY USE http://www.phdontrack.net /share-and-publish/where- to-publish
  10. 10. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES AARHUS UNIVERSITET2 SOCIAL MEDIA FOR SCHOLARLY USE Carrigan (2016: 6-7):  ”Every time I look at my screen, the world of social networking and online sociality has changed and begs to be reinterpreted … [but] while social media will change, the core activities for which academics will use social media will remain the same”.
  11. 11. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES AARHUS UNIVERSITET2 SOCIAL MEDIA FOR SCHOLARLY USE Main features and common functions of social media networks (Ward et al., 2015):  Making a user profile (to read newsfeeds, join groups, make friends, follow other scholar’s activities, discuss their research, and set up your bibliographic records)  Communicating with other members (by offering and soliciting opinions on work in progress)  Networking (by tagging your research interests, collaborating, and sharing your research [articles, presentations, data sets, negative results, grey literature, notes, drafts, …])  Directing attention (to your profile and to your research)  Forming thematic groups  Searching for and managing academic literature
  12. 12. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES AARHUS UNIVERSITET2 PROFESSIONAL USE OF SOCIAL MEDIA Van Noorden (2014)
  13. 13. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES AARHUS UNIVERSITET2 GETTING STARTED Goodier & Czerniewicz (2012)
  14. 14. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES AARHUS UNIVERSITET2 GETTING STARTED Rinaldi (2014) redrawn from Bik & Goldstein (2013)
  15. 15. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES AARHUS UNIVERSITET2 http://en.startpublicering.nu/instructions/how-do-i-become-visible/
  16. 16. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES AARHUS UNIVERSITET2 #1 INTRODUCING APPLICATIONS https://figshare.com/articles/101_Innovations_in_Scholarly_Communication _the_Changing_Research_Workflow/1286826
  17. 17. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES AARHUS UNIVERSITET2 MAKING YOUR PROFILE Carrigan (2016: 106-107) on crafting an online identity:  Tell a story with your bio, e.g. https://twitter.com/yanisvaroufakis  Listing facts is important as well, e.g. › Your institutional affiliation › Your research interests › Other accounts you’re involved with › Your personal interests › Hashtags you contribute to › An institutional disclaimer › An additional website
  18. 18. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES AARHUS UNIVERSITET2 MAKING YOUR PROFILE Stacy Konkiel has recently (July 2016) written two exceptionally relevant blog posts:  A ‘quick and dirty’ guide to building your online reputation › https://www.altmetric.com/blog/building-your-online-reputation/ › Create an outreach strategy engaging yourself only in things helping you to reach your personal goals › Choose a headshot that will make you appealing and approachable online › Write a bio to help explain both experts and non-experts what you do › Select a handful of social media tools that you want to use › (Tips on how to deal with aggressive or offensive behavior online)  19 time-saving tools for successful online engagement › https://www.altmetric.com/blog/tools-online-engagement/
  19. 19. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES AARHUS UNIVERSITET2 #2 INTRODUCING APPLICATIONS Scholarly profile, institutional repository, and sharing your work (Open Access)  PURE http://medarbejdere.au.dk/en/pure/ › Profile examples › http://pure.au.dk/portal/da/ABA@ps.au.dk › http://pure.au.dk/portal/da/jthaysen@ps.au.dk › Examples of registering and sharing your work through PURE › http://pure.au.dk/portal/en/persons/gert-tinggaard-svendsen(3120607f-1a68-4c03-8b46- 026937c9f3b8)/publications.html › http://pure.au.dk/portal/en/publications/causes-of-fiscal-illusion-lack-of-information-or-lack-of- attention(30bfdab8-d04f-479c-a9b2-4da18f87516e).html › http://pure.au.dk/portal/en/publications/fdi-in-extractives-in-uganda-linkages-and-issues-for-the-local- economy(dcb9a0ff-b792-4455-86a1-d76633507e5e).html › Autumn 2016: BSS new way of registering your work in PURE – more information will come..!
  20. 20. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES AARHUS UNIVERSITET2 #3 INTRODUCING APPLICATIONS Scholarly profile, linking to and sharing your work (OA), and finding other researchers  ResearchGate https://explore.researchgate.net/display/support/Help+Center › Example https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Anne_Kjeldsen2 › Further readings http://blog.impactstory.org/impact-challenge-day-2-researchgate/ and http://blogs.exeter.ac.uk/openresearchexeter/2013/11/06/74/ Scholarly profile, reference management, reading and annotating pdf’s, linking to and sharing your work (OA), and finding other researchers  Mendeley http://libguides.dtu.dk/mendeley › Example – perhaps ask Kristian Jensen for an introduction (at least to some of the features..!) › Further readings http://blog.impactstory.org/impact-challenge-mendeley/ and http://en.startpublicering.nu/background-articles/mendeley
  21. 21. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES AARHUS UNIVERSITET2 COMPARING ONLINE APPLICATIONS http://osc.universityofcalifornia. edu/2015/12/a-social- networking-site-is-not-an-open- access-repository/
  22. 22. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES AARHUS UNIVERSITET2 TWEETING AND BLOGGING  About twitter (http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/impactofsocialsciences/2011/09/29/twitter-guide/) › Build up followers › Use twitter at conferences and in the department › Tweet about your new publication › Tweet about the stuff you cannot put in a peer reviewed publication › Use hashtags # to make your article more visible – don’t be afraid to make up your own › Use twitter together with a blog (e.g. a department blog with multiple authors to keep it frequently updated) › Twitter is exceptionally good for reaching out to external audiences (future opportunities for collaboration)
  23. 23. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES AARHUS UNIVERSITET2 TWEETING AND BLOGGING  About blogs (http://www.slideshare.net/JeannetteEkstroem/making-your-researchvisiblemay2014/48) › Blogging is a platform where you can communicate and discuss your research before, during, and after you have published › When you blog, you increase the visibility of your research both within and outside academia › As with twitter, you can blog about the ”stuff not in the real publication” with link to the publication › Tweeting in combination with blogging can be very strong  Impact (M. Terras) http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/impactofsocialsciences/2012/04/19/blog-tweeting-papers-worth-it/ › Tweet between 11am and 5pm GMT, Monday to Thursday in a working week..!
  24. 24. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES AARHUS UNIVERSITET2 #4 INTRODUCING APPLICATIONS Communicate with various groups of people, link and direct attention to your work  Twitter (twitter.com) › Following a person (e.g. Julian Christensen) https://twitter.com/julianhupka › On hashtags http://www.contentious.com/2009/03/08/hashtags-on-twitter-how-do-you-follow-them/ › Further readings http://medarbejdere.au.dk/en/faculties/business-and-social-sciences/news/news- article/artikel/aarhus-bss-i-twittersfaeren/  Blogging (creating your own on typepad.com, www.wordpress.com, blogger.com, …) › Example (M. Lynch) http://abuaardvark.typepad.com/ › Further readings http://en.startpublicering.nu/background-articles/blogging-and-enhanced-academic-visibility/  Facebook (facebook.com) › Example (search for Michael Bang Petersen)
  25. 25. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES AARHUS UNIVERSITET2 COMPARING ONLINE APPLICATIONS Bik & Goldstein (2013)
  26. 26. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES AARHUS UNIVERSITET2 #5 INTRODUCING APPLICATIONS  Open Monograph Press (AU Library) – providing your ‘grey literature’ with a DOI and publishing (http://ebooks.au.dk/index.php/aul/index) › Further readings http://newsroom.au.dk/en/news/show/artikel/faa-dine-tekster-udgivet-som-e-boeger-gennem-au-library/  ORCID – your unique researcher ID consolidating name variations across media and profiles (http://medarbejdere.au.dk/en/pure/orcid/) › E.g. Emily Cochran Bech http://orcid.org/0000-0001-6062-8199 › Remember to include your ORCID on your AU profile, e.g. http://pure.au.dk/portal/da/sag@au.dk  Google Scholar Citations – track your citations (https://scholar.google.com/intl/en/scholar/citations.html) › E.g. Roman Senninger https://scholar.google.dk/citations?user=TyfqcC4AAAAJ&hl=eng  Figshare – share your research output (figures, datasets, papers, posters, presentations, etc.) in a citable, shareable and discoverable manner (https://figshare.com/about)  Dataverse – share, preserve, cite, explore, and analyse research data (http://dataverse.org/about)  Slideshare – share your presentations (http://www.slideshare.net/)
  27. 27. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES AARHUS UNIVERSITET2 QUESTIONS…
  28. 28. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES AARHUS UNIVERSITET2 #2 DISCUSSION POINT Discuss pros and cons in general when digitally sharing your academic work and thoughts. Discuss in groups of 3-5 and share your thoughts in Padlet Link https://padlet.com/sag/discussion2
  29. 29. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES AARHUS UNIVERSITET2 IS PUBLISHING CHANGING? Gideon Burton: www.flickr.com/photos/wakingtiger/3157622458/ www.slideshare.net/cirasella/open-access-which-side-are-you-on-oa-week-2013/8
  30. 30. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES AARHUS UNIVERSITET2 OPEN SCIENCE Fecher & Friesike (2014)
  31. 31. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES AARHUS UNIVERSITET2 CREATIVE COMMONS About the licenses  Video https://vimeo.com/13590841 › https://creativecommons.org/share-your-work/licensing-types-examples/ › https://creativecommons.org/share-your-work/ “Creative Commons helps you legally share your knowledge … [by providing] free, easy-to-use copyright licenses to make a simple and standardized way to give the public permission to share and use your creative work on conditions of your choice”. https://creativecommons.org/about/ http://copyright.ubc.ca/guidelines- and-resources/support- guides/creative-commons/
  32. 32. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES AARHUS UNIVERSITET2 COPYRIGHT AND SHARING  Traditionally, publishing your work through journals, books, etc. has often implied exclusively handing over to the publisher the right to use your article.  Now, with the growing OA discourse the publishers start to meet some of the OA demands (though basically on their own terms).  Examples of various rights to access and share your research article: › www.sherpa.ac.uk/romeo/index.php (e.g. search for ‘Public Opinion Quarterly’) › From Taylor & Francis email to ………: “Share online access to your article with up to 50 colleagues by forwarding this eprint link ……… or by adding it to your social media profile. Research suggests that early readership drives citation levels up”. › From Wiley contract (section C.2.) to ………: “Accepted Version. Re-use of the accepted and peer-reviewed (but not final) version of the Contribution shall be by separate agreement with Wiley-Blackwell. Requests for permission should be addressed to the Wiley-Blackwell permissions department at Journalsrights@wiley.com”.
  33. 33. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES AARHUS UNIVERSITET2 COPYRIGHT AND SHARING Possible options when getting ready to publish in order to maintain the right to reuse your work:  Fight for your right! (e.g. by using UBVA’s contract proposals as an alternative to the publisher contract, see http://ubva.dk/vejledende-aftaler/ [in Danish])  Choose the least OA restrictive journals (e.g. ‘Journal of Democracy’ or https://doaj.org/)  Submit to publisher regulations  Find alternative ways of publishing your work  …
  34. 34. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES AARHUS UNIVERSITET2 COPYRIGHT AND SHARING Sharing pre- or postprints of your article: › A preprint is the version of the article submitted to the publisher before it was edited and approved. › A postprint is the version of the article that was approved for publication, but is not yet in the journal's layout. Postprints are also defined as the author's final version of an accepted article, i.e. after any corrections by peer reviewers have been inserted, but before being formatted/given the layout for the journal.  Graphical overview of pre- and postprints http://www.openaccess.dtu.dk/english/Guide  Find out more about journal/publisher regulations by… › Reading your publishing contract signed with the publisher (concerning the specific article) › Consulting the publisher’s website on guidelines for sharing articles › Searching the journal title/publisher name on the SHERPA/RoMEO homepage for overall guidelines on journal/publisher open access policies http://www.sherpa.ac.uk/romeo/search.php
  35. 35. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES AARHUS UNIVERSITET2 COPYRIGHT AND SHARING  When posting a pre- or postprint version of your article it would be a good idea to fully specify (perhaps even on each page) that the posted document is not the final version, as well as instruct how to cite the posted document.  Examples of postprint versions with notifications: › http://pure.au.dk/portal/da/persons/lars-thorup-larsen(f66eb120-788a-42b4-9117- e41fd8724115)/publications/governing-health-care-through-free-choice-neoliberal-reforms-in-denmark-and- the-united-states(bfe295ea-a14a-4813-b9a0-77e4de2b7299).html › http://pure.au.dk/portal/da/persons/andreas-broegger-albertsen(a1ba707b-c25f-4565-b367- 2349c452aa9d)/publications/unjust-equalities(88bfff85-bee4-4d17-b01a-76f6e2b8a5ee).html
  36. 36. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES AARHUS UNIVERSITET2 COPYRIGHT AND SHARING  “In late 2013, Elsevier sent 3,000 notices to Academia.edu and other sites […] demanding that they take down papers for which the publisher owned copyright. […] One researcher who received a take-down request did not want to be named, but told Nature: ‘I hardly know any scientists who don’t violate copyright laws. We just fly below the radar and hope that the publishers don’t notice’.” Van Noorden (2014)  It is both the user’s and the uploader’s responsibility to comply with copyright rules when using or uploading material.  You may link to material uploaded legally.  The rules are complex – seek advice when in doubt..!
  37. 37. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES AARHUS UNIVERSITET2 MEASURING SCIENTIFIC IMPACT Waltman & Visser, CWTS workshop, Copenhagen, November 25, 2015.
  38. 38. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES AARHUS UNIVERSITET2 ALTERNATIVE METRICS Bornmann (2014: 895):  ”Altmetrics is a term to describe web-based metrics for the impact of publications and other scholarly material by using data from social media platforms (e.g. Twitter or Mendeley)”.  An alternative to the traditional bibliographical metrics (bibliometrics) such as publication counts or citation counts as featured in Web of Science, Scopus and Google Scholar.  Views, downloads, clicks, notes, saves, tweets, shares, likes, recommends, tags, posts, trackbacks, discussions, bookmarks, and comments are the potential data being collected.
  39. 39. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES AARHUS UNIVERSITET2 ALTERNATIVE METRICS Ward et al. (2015):  Altmetrics are widely used as early indicators of article impact and usefulness. › Should not be used for measuring good or bad quality research.  Statistically significant association between altmetrics and number of citations (in medical and biological sciences). › But the correlation magnitude between altmetrics and citations are unknown.  No signs are indicating that a scholar’s presence in the social media will come to replace the reputation computed by traditional bibliographic methods.
  40. 40. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES AARHUS UNIVERSITET2 #6 INTRODUCING APPLICATIONS Altmetrics, e.g.  www.bookmetrix.com regarding Springer books (http://www.springer.com/us/book/9783319000251)  www.altmetric.com, www.impactstory.org, plumanalytics.com/products/plumx-metrics/ › On the technicalities of social media metrics, see Thelwall & Kousha (2015) › Further readings http://www.whatarealtmetrics.com/  Two examples of Altmetric measurements: › Green-Pedersen et al. (2015): http://dx.doi.org.ez.statsbiblioteket.dk:2048/10.1017/S0007123415000022 › Laustsen & Petersen (2016): http://www-tandfonline- com.ez.statsbiblioteket.dk:2048/doi/full/10.1080/10584609.2015.1050565
  41. 41. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES AARHUS UNIVERSITET2 SUMMARIZING TODAY’S TOPICS  Discussed where you presently distribute your work and thoughts  Sketched the characteristics of social media networks and how they are being put to use  Introduced guidelines on how to get started or to further develop your online presence  Introduced different online applications facilitating communication, sharing, and networking and compared some of these applications to each other  Discussed pros and cons when distributing your scholarly knowledge digitally  Briefly mentioned Open Science and the Danish requirements to Open Access publication (PhD workshop on Open Access hosted by AU Library is on the drawing board..!)  Outlined copyright and Creative Commons perspectives when sharing your work  Talked about scientific impact and alternative ways of measuring your impact
  42. 42. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES AARHUS UNIVERSITET2 GETTING STARTED Weller (2014): http://www.slideshare.net/mweller/open-scholarship-social-media-libraries/25
  43. 43. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES AARHUS UNIVERSITET2 #3 DISCUSSION POINT Personally, what do you consider being the biggest motivation or hindrance towards implementing ‘new’ digital ways of distributing your academic work and thoughts?
  44. 44. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES AARHUS UNIVERSITET2 WANT TO KNOW MORE ABOUT… Library tools for researchers  Q&A’s about publishing and scholarly visibility http://en.startpublicering.nu/  On being a (new) PhD http://www.phdontrack.net/  101 Innovations in Scholarly Communication https://innoscholcomm.silk.co/  List of tools/sites mentioned in survey about scholarly communication practice https://101innovations.files.wordpress.com/2016/02/101-innovations-survey-english.pdf
  45. 45. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES AARHUS UNIVERSITET2 WANT TO KNOW MORE ABOUT… Guidelines to getting started and how to benefit from engaging in social media  Bik, H.M., & Goldstein, M.C. (2013). An Introduction to Social Media for Scientists. PLoS Biology, 11(4), e1001535. Retrieved July 21, 2016, from http://journals.plos.org/plosbiology/article?id=10.1371/journal.pbio.1001535  Carrigan, M. (2016). Social Media for Academics. London: SAGE. AUL link: https://www.statsbiblioteket.dk/au/?locale=da#/search?query=recordID:"sb_6236916”  Goodier, S., & Czerniewicz, L. (2012). Academics’ online presence: A four-step guide to taking control of your visibility. Retrieved July 21, 2016 from http://openuct.uct.ac.za/sites/default/files/Online%20Visibility%20Guidelines.pdf  Konkiel, S. (2016). A ‘quick and dirty’ guide to building your online reputation. Altmetric Blog. Retrieved July 29, 2016 from https://www.altmetric.com/blog/building-your-online- reputation/?platform=hootsuite
  46. 46. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES AARHUS UNIVERSITET2 WANT TO KNOW MORE ABOUT… Being a researcher in a digital world  Bartling, S. & Friesike, S. (eds.) (2014). Opening Science. The Evolving Guide on How the Internet is Changing Research, Collaboration and Scholarly Publishing, Cham: Springer Open. AUL link: https://www.statsbiblioteket.dk/au/?locale=da#/search?query=recordID:"ebog_ssj0001089982”  Carrigan, M. (2016). Social Media for Academics. London: SAGE. AUL link: https://www.statsbiblioteket.dk/au/?locale=da#/search?query=recordID:"sb_6236916”  Ward, J., Bejarano, W. & Dudás, A. (2015). Scholarly Social Media Profiles and Libraries: A Review. Liber Quarterly, 24(4), 174-204. Retrieved July 26, 2016 from https://www.liberquarterly.eu/articles/10.18352/lq.9958/  Weller, M. (2011). The Digital Scholar. How Technology Is Transforming Scholarly Practice, London: Bloomsbury Academic. AUL link: https://www.statsbiblioteket.dk/au/?locale=da#/search?query=recordID:"sb_5522875”
  47. 47. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES AARHUS UNIVERSITET2 WANT TO KNOW MORE ABOUT… Open Science  Open Access http://medarbejdere.au.dk/en/open-access/  Open Research http://whyopenresearch.org/  Graphical overview of pre- and postprints (guide to OA) http://www.bibliotek.dtu.dk/english/servicemenu/publish/openaccess/Guide  Fecher, B. & Friesike, S. (2014). Open Science: One Term, Five Schools of Thought, pp. 17- 47 in Bartling, S. & Friesike, S. (eds.) Opening Science, Cham: Springer Open.
  48. 48. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES AARHUS UNIVERSITET2 WANT TO KNOW MORE ABOUT…  Elsevier guidelines for sharing articles › http://www.elsevier.com/connect/elsevier-updates-its-policies-perspectives-and-services-on-article-sharing › http://www.elsevier.com/about/company-information/policies/sharing › http://www.elsevier.com/authors/journal-authors/sharing-and-promoting-your-article  SAGE guidelines for sharing articles › http://www.sagepub.com/authors/journal/permissions.sp#7  Springer guidelines for sharing articles › http://www.springer.com/gp/open-access/authors-rights/self-archiving-policy/2124 › http://www.springer.com/gp/open-access/authors-rights/faq-about-authors-rights/2114  Taylor & Francis guidelines for sharing articles › http://journalauthors.tandf.co.uk/copyright/sharingYourWork.asp › http://journalauthors.tandf.co.uk/pdfs/guide-for-reusing-content.pdf
  49. 49. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES AARHUS UNIVERSITET2 OTHER REFERENCES  Bornmann, L. (2014). Do altmetrics point to a broader impact of research? An overview of benefits and disadvantages of altmetrics. Journal of Informetrics, 8(4), 895-903. AUL link: http://www.sciencedirect.com.ez.statsbiblioteket.dk:2048/science/article/pii/S1751157714000868  Rinaldi, A. (2014). Spinning the web of open science: Social networks for scientists and data sharing, together with open access, promise to change the way research is conducted and communicated. EMBO Reports, 15(4), 342-346. Retrieved July 26, 2016 from http://embor.embopress.org/content/15/4/342  Thelwall, M. & Kousha, K. (2015). Web indicators for research evaluation. Part 2: Social media metrics. El profesional de la información, 24(5), 607-620. AUL link: http://web.a.ebscohost.com.ez.statsbiblioteket.dk:2048/ehost/detail/detail?vid=3&sid=d1cb66f2-61cd-4c5c-a624- 3385a4aeda1c%40sessionmgr4009&hid=4106&bdata=JnNpdGU9ZWhvc3QtbGl2ZQ%3d%3d#AN=109989171&db=bth  Van Noorden, R. (2014). Online collaboration: Scientists and the social network. Nature, 512(7513), 126-129. AUL link: http://www.nature.com.ez.statsbiblioteket.dk:2048/news/online-collaboration-scientists-and-the-social- network-1.15711
  50. 50. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES AARHUS UNIVERSITET2 AU LIBRARY – HERE TO HELP..!  AU Library website › On publishing, copyright, PURE, bibliometrics, Open Access, ORCID, plagiarism, … › http://library.au.dk/en/researchers/  AU Library, Aarhus BSS contact information › Steffen A. Gjedde http://pure.au.dk/portal/da/sag@au.dk
  51. 51. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES AARHUS UNIVERSITET2 QUESTIONS…
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