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  1. 1. «Another world is possible»: what’s new in Open Access Elena Giglia Ufficio Accesso aperto – editoria elettronica Università di Torino CNR Roma, 9.12.2015 Quest'opera è distribuita con Licenza Creative Commons Attribuzione - Condividi allo stesso modo 4.0 Internazionale.
  2. 2. What’s old - Green and Gold DEPOSIT IN AN OPEN ACCESS REPOSITORY YOUR WORK, WHEREVER PUBLISHED, ACCORDING TO COPYRIGHT POLICIES [now / at zero costs] PUBLISH IN AN OPEN ACCESS JOURNAL [23% requires Article processing fees] http://www.righttoresearch.org/resources/OpenResearchGlossary/
  3. 3. What’s new: more reflection http://cameronneylon.net/http://bjoern.brembs.net/
  4. 4. Zen scholarly communication? Scholarly communication is a distributed process of knowledge creation that requires a great conversation. Much of scientific work is made up of collaboration rather than competition. Science exhibits the nature of networks, not that of Olympic games. Concern of quality has been replaced by an obsession for competition Scholarly communication is changing. Two questions: 1) What will it be like? The question can be framed in two ways: The first is the “scriptorium way” when press was invented: how to adapt the present to the (yet unknown) future. Open Access debate has followed this path. The second way, more fundamentally, strongly foregrounds the notion of “scientific communication”: WHAT DOES IT NEED TO WORK BEST? - a set of useful, credible, peers; - “crystals” of knowledge 2) Who will control it? Scholars must regain possession of their own work (and its evaluation) SKILLS AND SERVICES NEEDED FOR THE GREAT CONVERSATION SHOULD SERVE ITS OBJECTIVES, NOT THE REVERSE.
  5. 5. A blurred and colorful environment… 617 https://101innovations.wordpress.com/
  6. 6. http://osc.universityofcalifornia.edu/2015/12/a-social-networking-site-is-not-an-open-access-repository/ http://mittelalter.hypotheses.org/7123 Remind: there are different species
  7. 7. [Impact Factor] Scholarly communication: core functions Rosendaal H. –Geurts P. Forces and functions in scientific communication:an analysis of their interplay, CRISP 1997 JOURNAL REGISTRATION CERTIFICATION AWARENESS ARCHIVING REWARD
  8. 8. Times Higher Education, 5 Nov 2015 Impact factor? Brembs, Digital Scholarship and Open Science need a digital infrastructure , Nov. 2015
  9. 9. A new perspective: from “impact” to “reach” https://purl.stanford.edu/jr256tk1194
  10. 10. Registration https://github.com/ REGISTRATION https://zenodo.org/ http://rio.pensoft.net/ http://neuralnetworksanddeeplearning.com/chap4.html http://ipython.org/notebook.html https://www.overleaf.com/ http://www.myexperiment.org/home https://hypothes.is/
  11. 11. Certification, awareness, reward AWARENESS ARCHIVING CERTIFICATION https://publons.com/ https://www.peerageofscience.org/ Tweets can predict highly cited articles within the first 3 days of article publication. Social media activity either increases citations or reflects the underlying qualities of the article that also predict citations […] G. Eysenbach, Can Tweets Predict Citations? Metrics of Social Impact Based on Twitter and Correlation with Traditional Metrics of Scientific Impact, J Med Internet Res 2011;13(4):e123 https://opennessinitiative.org/ http://biorxiv.org/content/early/2015/10/22/029629 REWARD https://impactstory.org/ http://www.altmetric.com/ https://icite.od.nih.gov/
  12. 12. A wider view: from Open Access to Open Science Video, 30 nov 2015 Making Open Science a reality, OECD, 2015
  13. 13. Bibliodiversity https://www.openlibhums.org/ https://www.openedition.org/
  14. 14. A new sustainability?
  15. 15. http://thinkchecksubmit.org/ New services https://openaccessbutton.org/ http://www.dissemin.net/ http://whyopenresearch.org/
  16. 16. The pillars: Open research data https://www.digital-science.com/blog/guest/open-sesame-the-risks-and-rewards-of-open-data-for-researchers/ INTELLIGENT OPENNESS WHY DO YOU NEED A DATA MANAGEMENT PLAN PMRblog, 2011
  17. 17. Data to build a sounder science The Atlantic blog, Dec 4 2015 Open research data pilot Video Nov.19, 2015 Blog, 15 nov 2015
  18. 18. Unlocking science http://contentmine.org/ http://project.futuretdm.eu/
  19. 19. Glynn Moody, 19 Nov 2015 Fighting http://blogs.ch.cam.ac.uk/pmr/
  20. 20. Fighting for your rights https://savethelink.org/ http://youcan.fixcopyright.eu/ https://juliareda.eu/2015/09/academics-for-copyright-reform/
  21. 21. On the horizon… http://www.leru.org/index.php/public/extra/signtheLERUstatement/ H.Morrison, 9 nov. 2015 http://goo.gl/3VQE6W
  22. 22. Openness In science, OPENESS IS ESSENTIAL. Open science doesn’t mean ignoring economic reality. Of course we need business models to be sustainable. But that doesn’t mean we have to carry on doing things the way they have always been done. So, wherever you sit in the value chain, wheter you’re a researcher or an investor or a policy maker, my message is clear: let’s invest in collaborative tools that let us progress… Let’s tear down the walls that keep learning sealed off. And let’s make science open. N. Kroes, Let’s make science open, giugno 2012
  23. 23. …now it’s up to you elena.giglia@unito.it …and please don’t say

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