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"Where are you now?", Bianca Kramer - OpenUP Training Workshop on Innovative Dissemination

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Bianca Kramer inviting participants of the OpenUP Training Workshop on Innovative Dissemination, to introduce themselves and explore what they are currently already doing with regards to research dissemination, what they hope to achieve and how they check whether their current strategies are actually working.

More information on the OpenUP Training Workshop (20th June 2018, Graz) on Innovative Dissemination:
https://www.openuphub.eu/community/blog/item/report-on-openup-innovative-dissemination-training-workshop-20th-june-2018-graz

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"Where are you now?", Bianca Kramer - OpenUP Training Workshop on Innovative Dissemination

  1. 1. Bianca Kramer Innovative Dissemination Training Workshop, Graz 20th June 2018 Where are you now ? https://tinyurl.com/OpenUP-Graz-BK1
  2. 2. Innovations in Scholarly Communication Fields: ▪ Scholarly communication ▪ Tools for research ▪ Research practices ▪ Open Science ▪ Workflows Activities: ▪ Exploration ▪ Research ▪ Supporting information ▪ Advocacy ▪ Workshops CC-BY Bianca Kramer & Jeroen Bosman 101innovations.wordpress.com open science tools database global survey research research practices advocacy workflows exploration workshops
  3. 3. About your research ... o No barriers based on race, gender, income, status, language o Involvement of societal partners in research priority setting o Evaluations that include societal relevance o Citizen science o Translations o Plain language explanations o Outreach beyond academia o Open to questions from outside academia o Curation and annotation of non- scholarly information o Participation in public debate o Open Access, for people and machines, to: • Proposals and applications • Data • Code • Preprints, working papers • Papers and books • Reviews and comments • Posters and presentations Who is involved ? What are the outcomes ? Who do you want to reach ? Think about this for a minute…. and discuss with your neighbour
  4. 4. About your research ... o No barriers based on race, gender, income, status, language o Involvement of societal partners in research priority setting o Evaluations that include societal relevance o Citizen science o Translations o Plain language explanations o Outreach beyond academia o Open to questions from outside academia o Curation and annotation of non- scholarly information o Participation in public debate o Open Access, for people and machines, to: • Proposals and applications • Data • Code • Preprints, working papers • Papers and books • Reviews and comments • Posters and presentations Who is involved ? What are the outcomes ? Who do you want to reach ?
  5. 5. From: Bosman & Kramer (2017) Defining open science definitions o No barriers based on race, gender, income, status, language o Involvement of societal partners in research priority setting o Evaluations that include societal relevance o Citizen science o Translations o Plain language explanations o Outreach beyond academia o Open to questions from outside academia o Curation and annotation of non- scholarly information o Participation in public debate o Open Access, for people and machines, to: • Proposals and applications • Data • Code • Preprints, working papers • Papers and books • Reviews and comments • Posters and presentations Open to participation Open to (re)use Open to the world About your research ...
  6. 6. A model of the research cycle preparation analysis writingpublication outreach assessment discovery finding collaborators & funding search information & getting access data collection, experimenting & analyzing incl. coding, visualizing & translating also including sharing papers and data sets incl. communication outside academia including being assessed/evaluated
  7. 7. What do you do?
  8. 8. What do you currently do ? https://tinyurl.com/OpenUP-Graz Results here: https://innoscholcomm.typeform.com/report/li2ozH/VJNhMd72oDjuoyXX
  9. 9. Small survey - audience results https://innoscholcomm.typeform.com/report/li2ozH/VJNhMd72oDjuoyXX
  10. 10. Small survey - audience results https://innoscholcomm.typeform.com/report/li2ozH/VJNhMd72oDjuoyXX ResearchGate (and also) others arXiv Institutional repository I share working papers bioRxiv PubMed Central SSRN
  11. 11. Small survey - audience results https://innoscholcomm.typeform.com/report/li2ozH/VJNhMd72oDjuoyXX Wordpress (and also) others Twitter Wikipedia Kudos Pint of Sicence FameLab Medium
  12. 12. Small survey - audience results https://innoscholcomm.typeform.com/report/li2ozH/VJNhMd72oDjuoyXX (and also) others YouTube Zenodo F1000Research Figshare Slideshare Speakerdeck Vimeo
  13. 13. Small survey - audience results https://innoscholcomm.typeform.com/report/li2ozH/VJNhMd72oDjuoyXX ResearchGate ORCID Google Scholar Citations Institutional profile page (and also) others Academia ResearcherID HumanitiesCommons
  14. 14. Small survey - audience results https://innoscholcomm.typeform.com/report/li2ozH/VJNhMd72oDjuoyXX Scopus Web of Science (and also) others Altmetric Impactstory JCR (impact factors) Plum Analytics Harzing Publish or Perish
  15. 15. Many practices, tools and platforms ! http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1147025
  16. 16. Disseminating your research ... o No barriers based on race, gender, income, status, language o Involvement of societal partners in research priority setting o Evaluations that include societal relevance o Citizen science o Translations o Plain language explanations o Outreach beyond academia o Open to questions from outside academia o Curation and annotation of non- scholarly information o Participation in public debate o Open Access, for people and machines, to: • Proposals and applications • Data • Code • Preprints, working papers • Papers and books • Reviews and comments • Posters and presentations Who is involved ? What are the outcomes ? Who do you want to reach ?
  17. 17. Who is your audience beyond academia? policy makers? journalists? children? teachers?
  18. 18. Reaching out video blogging twitter school projects
  19. 19. Disseminating your research ... o No barriers based on race, gender, income, status, language o Involvement of societal partners in research priority setting o Evaluations that include societal relevance o Citizen science o Translations o Plain language explanations o Outreach beyond academia o Open to questions from outside academia o Curation and annotation of non- scholarly information o Participation in public debate o Open Access, for people and machines, to: • Proposals and applications • Data • Code • Preprints, working papers • Papers and books • Reviews and comments • Posters and presentations Who is involved ? What are the outcomes ? Who do you want to reach ? Did it work ?

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