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The role of the library
in the 21st century in
protecting & nurturing the
information commons
Alissa Sputore
@alissalives
“
To see a world in a grain of sand
and heaven in a wild flower
Hold infinity in the palm of your
hand and eternity in an ...
THE LIBRARY’S MISSION IS UNCHANGED OVER TIME
To facilitate
wide-ranging
interaction with
the human
record.
DIGITAL REVOLUTION AND DISRUPTION
Standardisation
New forms of
information pose
challenges for
collection and
preservation...
The Big Five and their Big Deals
THE BIG FIVE
Source vocativ.com
Rising costs
THE BIG GET WEALTHIER
via @ceptional
Restrictive licenses
Explosion of content
NON CITATION RATES ACROSS FIELDS
Medicine 12%
Natural Science 27%
Social Science 32%
Humanities 82%
Source The Impact Blog...
RANKING SYSTEMS DRIVE OUTPUT
QS World University
Ranking
40% Academic peer review
20% Faculty/Student ratio
20% Citations ...
Predatory publishing
PREDATORY PUBLISHING ON THE RISE
Source Beall’s List
Institutional
Repositories
(Green OA)
ENVIRONMENTAL ACTIVISM IN LIBRARIES
APCs offset
subscription
fees
(Gold OA)
Supporti...
THE GROWTH OF OPEN ACCESS
Source AOASG
647,258
Full text items
32,486,922
Items accessed
52%
Open Access
THE IMPACT OF AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTIONAL REPOSITORIES
Sour...
DIGITAL PUBLISHING MODELS OF THE FUTURE
INTEROPERABILITY STANDARDS
THE BIG FIVE
1930 - DEWEY DECIMAL SYSTEM
2015 - LINKED DATA
LIBRARIES FACILITATING SEAMLESS ACCESS TO THE
INFORMATION COMMONS
Source University of Western Australia
QUESTIONS?
alissa.sputore@uwa.edu.au
@alissalives
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Alissa Sputore 2016 The role of the library in the 21st century in protecting and nurturing the information commons

Presentation at the Information Environmentalism Conference, Fremantle Western Australia, 4-5 February 2016. http://www.ipieconference2016.com.au/

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Alissa Sputore 2016 The role of the library in the 21st century in protecting and nurturing the information commons

  1. 1. The role of the library in the 21st century in protecting & nurturing the information commons Alissa Sputore @alissalives
  2. 2. “ To see a world in a grain of sand and heaven in a wild flower Hold infinity in the palm of your hand and eternity in an hour. William Blake
  3. 3. THE LIBRARY’S MISSION IS UNCHANGED OVER TIME To facilitate wide-ranging interaction with the human record.
  4. 4. DIGITAL REVOLUTION AND DISRUPTION Standardisation New forms of information pose challenges for collection and preservation. Dissemination Blurring boundary between information production & consumption. Fixity The challenge of durability of digital information.
  5. 5. The Big Five and their Big Deals
  6. 6. THE BIG FIVE Source vocativ.com
  7. 7. Rising costs
  8. 8. THE BIG GET WEALTHIER via @ceptional
  9. 9. Restrictive licenses
  10. 10. Explosion of content
  11. 11. NON CITATION RATES ACROSS FIELDS Medicine 12% Natural Science 27% Social Science 32% Humanities 82% Source The Impact Blog LSE
  12. 12. RANKING SYSTEMS DRIVE OUTPUT QS World University Ranking 40% Academic peer review 20% Faculty/Student ratio 20% Citations per faculty 10% Employer reputation 5% International student ratio 5% International staff ratio Times Higher World University Ranking 30% Teaching (the learning environment) 30% Research (volume, income and reputation) 30% Citations (research influence) 7.5% International outlook (staff, students, research) 2.5% Industry income (knowledge transfer) Shanghai Academic Ranking of World Universities 10% Alumni winning Nobel Prizes and Fields Medals 20% Staff winning Nobel Prizes and Fields Medals 20% Highly cited researchers in 21 broad subject categories 20% Papers published in Nature and Science 20% Papers indexed in Science Citation and Social Science Citation Index 10% Per capita academic performance of an institution Methodology from: http://www.topuniversities.com/university-rankings-articles/world-university-rankings/qs-world-university-rankings-methodology https://www.timeshighereducation.com/news/ranking-methodology-2016 http://www.shanghairanking.com/ARWU-Methodology-2013.html
  13. 13. Predatory publishing
  14. 14. PREDATORY PUBLISHING ON THE RISE Source Beall’s List
  15. 15. Institutional Repositories (Green OA) ENVIRONMENTAL ACTIVISM IN LIBRARIES APCs offset subscription fees (Gold OA) Supporting New Publishing Models ◦Supporting New Information Infrastructure ◦Consortia Negotiations ◦Inter- Institution Collaboration
  16. 16. THE GROWTH OF OPEN ACCESS Source AOASG
  17. 17. 647,258 Full text items 32,486,922 Items accessed 52% Open Access THE IMPACT OF AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTIONAL REPOSITORIES Source 2014 CAUL Statistical Overview
  18. 18. DIGITAL PUBLISHING MODELS OF THE FUTURE
  19. 19. INTEROPERABILITY STANDARDS
  20. 20. THE BIG FIVE
  21. 21. 1930 - DEWEY DECIMAL SYSTEM
  22. 22. 2015 - LINKED DATA
  23. 23. LIBRARIES FACILITATING SEAMLESS ACCESS TO THE INFORMATION COMMONS Source University of Western Australia
  24. 24. QUESTIONS? alissa.sputore@uwa.edu.au @alissalives

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