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Oer19 awash in sea of openness

  1. 1. Awash in a Sea of Openness: The Inside, Topside and Downside of Open Scholarship Mark Brown, Eamon Costello, Mairead Nic Giollamhichil & Grainne Conole
  2. 2. 2019 Conference Dublin
  3. 3. Professionally speaking...
  4. 4. • What do you read? • Where do you find your material? • How often or frequently do you read? Professionally speaking...
  5. 5. 270 Open Access Journals
  6. 6. https://www.dcu.ie/nidl
  7. 7. • Drowning in openness • Need to develop reading strategy • Supporting a scholarly reading culture The problem...
  8. 8. Our response...
  9. 9. In 2017...
  10. 10. In 2017...
  11. 11. • What selection criteria do you adopt to help identify a really good (open access) journal article? • What selection methodology do you use to help identify the top 10 open access journal articles for the year? • Who do you involve in the selection process to help enhance the validity of the list of top 10 (open access) journal articles? Key questions...
  12. 12. “No one who cannot rejoice in the discovery of his [her] mistakes deserves to be called a scholar.” (Donald Foster, 2002; cited in Wikipedia)
  13. 13. • Published in open access journals • Restricted to higher education (inclusive of teacher education) • Strong preference to journal articles with international focus or relevance • Minor preference to journal articles published by professional associations • Strong preference to journal articles offering major literature reviews • Strong preference to journal articles addressing major gaps in the literature Selection criteria...
  14. 14. • Minor preference to journal articles exploring new and emerging topics • Strong preference to journal articles which challenge conventional thinking • Minor preference to journal articles relevant to current NIDL’s projects • Overall selection of top 10 journal articles reflects a mix of gender, cultural and geographical diversity Selection criteria...
  15. 15. Quick facts... • 22 authors • Geographically spread • Authors: men 60% | women 40% • Notable gaps in research topics • IRRODL still the leading publication • Majority through professional bodies
  16. 16. In 2018...
  17. 17. In 2018...
  18. 18. • 31 authors • AJET No 1 again • Geographically spread • Springer’s IJETHE on the rise • Authors: men 42% | women 58% • Less than 60% of authors use Twitter Quick facts...
  19. 19. Journal 2016 2017 2018 Total AJET 1 2 2 5 Distance Education 1 1 0 2 IJETHE 0 1 2 3 IRRODL 1 3 2 6 Online Learning 2 3 0 5 Open Praxis 1 0 1 2 Research in Learning Tech 2 0 1 3 Other 2 0 2 4
  20. 20. Three takeaways...
  21. 21. • An increasing number of systematic literature reviews Three takeaways...
  22. 22. • An increasing number of systematic literature reviews • Blurring of boundaries between open and closed publications Three takeaways...
  23. 23. • An increasing number of systematic literature reviews • Blurring of boundaries between open and closed publications • A question of whether the “best” articles still remain in closed journals Three takeaways...
  24. 24. By analogy... Is too much reading really a bad thing? Do you have to pay to be a member of the gym for the best exercise?
  25. 25. Does open scholarship need recentering? Final question...
  26. 26. Does open scholarship need recentering? Final question...
  27. 27. Go raibh maith agaibh! Thank you

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