Scholarly Communication + Research Libraries

Scholarly Communication + Research Libraries

Presentation given at the UW Madison Libraries Teaching and Learning Retreat. August 2015.

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Brianna Marshall

August 06, 2015
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  1. Brianna Marshall Digital Curation Coordinator Image  courtesy  of  Flickr  user

     UWMadArchives  
  2. about me Digital Curation Coordinator Research Data Services (75%) MINDS@UW

    (25%) + digital scholarship miscellany (?%)  
  3. [    researchdata.wisc.edu    ]  

  4. [    h>p://www.library.wisc.edu/digital-­‐library-­‐services/minds/    ]  

  5. Image courtesy Flickr user barnesyz (CC BY NC ND) is

    this the scholarly communication landscape?
  6. Image courtesy of Flickr user franzisko hauser (CC BY NC

    ND) is this the scholarly communication landscape?
  7. Image courtesy of Flickr user mariusz kluzniak is this the

    scholarly communication landscape?
  8. None
  9. Image courtesy of Flickr user steffireichert (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)  

    “the system through which research and other scholarly writings are created, evaluated for quality, disseminated to the scholarly community, and preserved for future use” -Association of Research Libraries
  10. …. and when all the stuff in this presentation becomes

    fully integrated into the library, we’ll just call scholarly communication RESEARCH services*
  11. …. and when all the stuff in this presentation becomes

    fully integrated into the library, we’ll just call scholarly communication RESEARCH services* à digital scholarship (AKA scholarship) à digital humanities (AKA humanities) à open science (AKA science)   *see also:
  12. Image courtesy of Flickr user UWMadArchives ch-ch-ch-changes

  13. key differences •  Open  (access  +  reuse)   •  Moving

     beyond  the  impact   factor   •  Transparency  of  review  process   •  Encouraging  community   conversaKon     •  Publishing  broader  results  (e.g.   negaKve)   •  Focus  on  reproducibility  
  14. new federal requirements codify openness into policy   image courtesy

    of Flickr user kevharb (CC BY NC
  15. publishing models

  16. methods of sharing [ academic networks ] [ repositories ]

  17. altmetrics Image used courtesy of Wellesley College: http://www.wellesley.edu/lts/research/projects/emergingtech/altmetrics

  18. community/disciplinary differences can be staggering re: openness to openness Image

    courtesy of Flickr user wikidave (CC BY SA)
  19. Image courtesy of Flickr user UWMadArchives common concerns include:

  20. I bet the cost will be prohibitive. Image courtesy of

    Flickr user UWMadArchives
  21. I bet the cost will be prohibitive. Publishing OA isn’t

    prestigious enough. Image courtesy of Flickr user UWMadArchives
  22. I bet the cost will be prohibitive. I won’t get

    a job in academia unless I publish in a journal with a high impact factor. Publishing OA isn’t prestigious enough. Image courtesy of Flickr user UWMadArchives
  23. I bet the cost will be prohibitive. I won’t get

    a job in academia unless I publish in a journal with a high impact factor. Publishing OA isn’t prestigious enough. I  would,  but  my   adviser/  mentor/ respected  peer   doesn’t  want  me  to.   Image courtesy of Flickr user UWMadArchives
  24. I bet the cost will be prohibitive. I won’t get

    a job in academia unless I publish in a journal with a high impact factor. Publishing OA isn’t prestigious enough. I  would,  but  my   adviser/  mentor/ respected  peer   doesn’t  want  me  to.   I’ll  get  scooped  if  I   share  my  work  too   openly.     Image courtesy of Flickr user UWMadArchives
  25. Image courtesy of Flickr user UWMadArchives scholcomm + libraries, yeah!

  26. influencing understanding + Image courtesy of flickr user slackpics (CC

    BY)
  27. people Image  courtesy  of  Flickr  user  markchadwick  (CC  BY  ND)

     
  28. people Image  courtesy  of  Flickr  user  markchadwick  (CC  BY  ND)

      spaces
  29. people Image  courtesy  of  Flickr  user  markchadwick  (CC  BY  ND)

      spaces services
  30. Image courtesy of Flickr user sillygwailo (CC BY)

  31. people: Michigan State University [ www.lib.msu.edu/DSCconsultants/ ]

  32. spaces: Indiana University [ https://libraries.iub.edu/scholars-commons ] “Designed on the cutting

    edge of research and scholarly publishing, the IU Scholars’ Commons supports the journey from curiosity to discovery to publication. Researchers—whether faculty, staff, or students—come first in this space where they will find a powerful academic service hub that offers easy access to experts and technology for every stage of their scholarship.”
  33. services: University of Minnesota [ conservancy.umn.edu/handle/11299/170139 ]

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  36. UW-MADISON ACCESS POLICY! status: in the works

  37. [ uwopenmeetup.wordpress.com ] NEXT MEETUP : August 20 | 12:30-1:30pm

    | WI Idea Room, Education Building brianna! carrie! jim!
  38. Image  courtesy  of  Flickr  user  rheinitz  (CC  BY)   9/23

        10/14     11/18     12/9  
  39. Image courtesy of Flickr user mr_t_in_dc (CC BY ND) Fall

    2015
  40. [ dhresearchnetwork.wordpress.com ]

  41. Director of Scholarly Communication coming fall 2015 (?!) Image courtesy

    of flickr user electricnet (CC BY)
  42. Image courtesy of Flickr user krupptastic (CC BY)

  43. invest •  Find  creaKve  people  willing  to  push  and  explore.

      ²   Librarians     ²   Project  managers   ²   Technologists   ²   Alt-­‐ac  backgrounds  a  plus!   •  Reward  them.   •  Dedicate  resources  to  support  and  advance   technical  infrastructure!   •  Value  capturing,  preserving,  and  providing  access   to  UW  research  equally  to  providing  access  to   research  created  elsewhere.  
  44. actually, scratch that last bit Image used courtesy of Flickr

    user jmatthies (CC BY NC ND)
  45. research from UW > journal subscriptions Image courtesy of Flickr

    user zenamsadiq
  46. Image courtesy of Flickr user caffeina (CC BY NC

  47. build  community •  CulKvate  relaKonships  with  researchers  interested   in

     new  modes  of  scholarship  at  every  level.     •  Look  for  these  individuals  in  new  ways:  on  social   media,  at  grassroots  events,  etc.   •  Give  them  a  plaborm.  They  are  the  influencers.     •  Promote  opportuniKes  for  further  connecKons  by   making  library  space  a  hub  for  these  topics.   •  Try  things!  Fail.  Keep  trying.  Keep  talking.  
  48. Photo courtesy of Flickr user gosheshe (CC BY)

  49. Image courtesy of flickr user gazeronly (CC BY ND)

  50. Image courtesy of Flickr user smemon (CC BY)

  51. Image courtesy of Flickr user uwdigicollec thank you!

  52. sweet, I made this: http://memegenerator.net/instance2/1215913 Brianna Marshall Digital Curation Coordinator

    brianna.marshall@wisc.edu @notsosternlib Lead, Research Data Services researchdata.wisc.edu @UWMadRschSvcs