Scholarly Communication + Digital Scholarship 101

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September 13, 2016

Scholarly Communication + Digital Scholarship 101

Presentation given with Carrie Nelson at the UW Madison Libraries as part of a staff continuing education initiative

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Brianna Marshall

September 13, 2016
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  1. Brianna Marshall, Digital Curation Coordinator Carrie Nelson, Director of Scholarly

    Communication Scholarly Communication + Digital Scholarship 101
  2. About Us Brianna Marshall Digital Curation Coordinator Research Data Services

    / MINDS@UW Carrie Nelson Director of Scholarly Communication
  3. About these workshops Funder Public Access Requirements Wed, Oct. 12,

    2:00-3:30 at Steenbock Thurs, Oct. 13, 9:30-11:00 at Memorial Research Data Management & Sharing Wed, Nov. 16, 2:00-3:30 at Steenbock Thurs, Nov. 17, 9:30-11:00 at Memorial Open Access Publishing Wed, Dec. 14, 2:00-3:30 at Steenbock Thurs, Dec. 15, 9:30-11:00 at Memorial Open Research & Reproducibility Wed, Feb. 15, 2:00-3:30 at Steenbock Thurs, Feb 16, 9:30-11:00 at Memorial Authors’ Rights Management Wed, Mar. 15, 2:00-3:30 at Steenbock Thurs, Mar. 16, 9:30-11:00 at Memorial Digital Project Planning Wed, Apr. 12, 2:00-3:30 at Steenbock Thurs, Apr. 13, 9:30-11:00 at Memorial Library administration effort to support staff work and development around these topics
  4. What do we mean when we talk about scholarly communication

    + digital scholarship?
  5. Evolving Language

  6. Evolving Language

  7. Evolving Language

  8. Evolving Language

  9. Evolving Language

  10. Evolving Language

  11. Evolving Language

  12. Brief Discussion •  What interests you? •  What do you

    hear from your researchers? •  What makes you nervous?
  13. repositories • institutional repositories • disciplinary repositories • data repositories

    • dark archive funder public access mandates text mining copyright geospatial mapping research data management digital pedagogy authors’ addendum reproducibility
  14. Share Back •  What interests you? •  What do you

    hear from your researchers? •  What makes you nervous?
  15. Definition Scholarly communication is the system through which research and

    other scholarly writings are created, evaluated for quality, disseminated to the scholarly community, and preserved for future use. -2003 ACRL statement
  16. Definition Digital scholarship is the use of digital evidence, methods

    of inquiry, research, publication and preservation to achieve scholarly and research goals. Digital scholarship can encompass both scholarly communication using digital media and research on digital media. -Wikipedia
  17. Scholarly Communication

  18. Scholarly “Publishing”

  19. Scholarly “Publishing”

  20. Scholarly “Publishing”

  21. Scholarly “Publishing”

  22. Scholarly “Publishing”

  23. Scholarly “Publishing”

  24. Scholarly “Publishing”

  25. Scholarly “Publishing”

  26. Scholarly “Publishing”

  27. Traditional Process Authors’ Rights

  28. Open Access Publishing •  Making information freely available online • 

    Usually allows users to do more with the content than provided by copyright law alone •  Any published material could be made “open access” if the author and publisher arrange for it •  They could agree to make it available in a repository (green) or within a published journal itself (gold) •  Publisher policies vary widely
  29. Open Access Policies •  Establish a “default” set of access

    and use rights the institution retains unless a publisher arranges otherwise with the author •  Some of these policies mandate authors provide a copy of the appropriate version of their article to the institutional repository •  These policies do not limit the places authors can choose to publish
  30. Public Access Requirements •  Many organizations or agencies that fund

    research require the results of the research to be made available to the public. •  Each funding agency sets its own details about what needs to be publicly available, when, and how •  Requirements and infrastructure for making articles publicly available are farther along than the requirements related to data, but data is coming
  31. Current Action on Campus •  Campus support for compliance with

    funder public access requirements •  Open Access Policy outreach and education •  Open Educational Resources Initiative •  Increasing support for collecting and adding resources to Minds@UW
  32. Digital Scholarship

  33. research is increasingly digital. •  Multi-institutional •  Grant-funded •  Shared

    infrastructure •  Computationally driven Image courtesy of #wocintechchat
  34. research! scholarship! Image courtesy of Flickr user utiaragwin (CC BY

    NC ND)
  35. Image courtesy of Flickr user 7tlap (CC BY)

  36. Digital Scholarship in Action Humanities + Social Sciences (“Digital Humanities”)

    •  Automated information extraction (aka text and data mining) •  Social network analysis •  Geospatial mapping
  37. Digital Scholarship in Action STEM (“eScience”) •  Data science/analytics • 

    Visualization •  High throughput computing •  Electronic data collection (ELNs)
  38. Image used courtesy of UC-Irvine Digital Scholarship Services: hEps://www.lib.uci.edu/dss

  39. Digital Project Planning Research Data Management Open Research + Reproducibility

  40. Digital Project Planning Meeting researchers at a critical time to

    share information and influence decisions: •  Timeline •  Funding •  Roles and responsibilities •  Communication and sharing •  Publication •  Preservation
  41. Image courtesy of IU Libraries: https://libraries.indiana.edu/file/planning-digital-projects-pdf

  42. Digital Project Planning A direct route to library services and

    specialists! •  Discipline-specific •  Copyright assistance •  Openness (workflows, articles, data) •  Data management •  Text or data mining •  Funder compliance •  Preservation
  43. What to Expect •  Digital project examples •  Best practices

    for digital project management
  44. Research Data Management What is research data? “The recorded factual

    information commonly accepted in the scientific community as necessary to validate research findings.” INCLUDES: code, figures, statistics, interviews, transcripts EXCLUDES: preliminary analyses, drafts of papers, plans for further research, communication + peer reviews, physical samples - OMB Circular, White House
  45. Image used courtesy of PhD Comics

  46. Data Information Literacy Competencies Data Processing and Analysis Data Curation

    and Re-use Data Management and Organization Data Conversion and Interoperability Data Preservation Data Visualization and Representation Databases and Data Formats Discovery and Acquisition Ethics and Attribution Metadata and Data Description Data Quality and Documentation Cultures of Practice Carlson, Jake, and Lisa Johnston. Data Information Literacy: Librarians, Data, and the Education of a New Generation of Researchers.
  47. Research Data Management How to work with digital files • 

    Formats •  Naming •  Folder structure •  Description •  Collaboration •  Storage •  Sharing •  Publication
  48. researchdata.wisc.edu

  49. What to Expect •  Federal funding agencies + RDM • 

    The repository landscape •  Data horror stories •  RDM best practices
  50. Open Research + Reproducibility Defining “Open” “Open means anyone can

    freely access, use, modify, and share for any purpose (subject, at most, to requirements that preserve provenance and openness).” -The Open Definition (http://opendefinition.org/) CAVEAT: Some data isn’t meant to be shared openly (human subjects, national security, etc.)
  51. Barriers to Openness •  Fear of getting scooped •  Mistakes

    / misinterpretation of the data •  Transition to new ways of sharing research •  Few academic incentives yet
  52. [ retraction watch.com ]

  53. None
  54. What to Expect •  Openness in action •  Benefits and

    challenges of open research •  Incorporating open research tools and techniques
  55. today’s research outputs are tomorrow’s special collections!

  56. Other Events + Resources Digital Humanities Research Network -  Listserv

    -  Monthly social + meeting Open Meetup -  Listserv -  Monthly meeting Research Data Services -  Website -  Digest -  Brown Bag Series
  57. Join our list! join-scds-lib@lists.wisc.edu

  58. Take time to consider a personal learning plan for the

    academic year. What topics are you most interested in? Jot down a few actionable goals for learning about and trying new things according to your interests.
  59. What are your goals? Image courtesy of Flickr user dmihnea

    (CC BY NC)
  60. What’s Next? Funder Public Access Requirements Wed, Oct. 12, 2:00-3:30

    at Steenbock Thurs, Oct. 13, 9:30-11:00 at Memorial Research Data Management & Sharing Wed, Nov. 16, 2:00-3:30 at Steenbock Thurs, Nov. 17, 9:30-11:00 at Memorial Open Access Publishing Wed, Dec. 14, 2:00-3:30 at Steenbock Thurs, Dec. 15, 9:30-11:00 at Memorial Open Research & Reproducibility Wed, Feb. 15, 2:00-3:30 at Steenbock Thurs, Feb 16, 9:30-11:00 at Memorial Authors’ Rights Management Wed, Mar. 15, 2:00-3:30 at Steenbock Thurs, Mar. 16, 9:30-11:00 at Memorial Digital Project Planning Wed, Apr. 12, 2:00-3:30 at Steenbock Thurs, Apr. 13, 9:30-11:00 at Memorial