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Jankowski, KCL CeRch presentation, enhanced scholarly publications, with notes, 27march2012

enhanced scholarly publishing in the social sciences and humanities, presentation, King's College London, Center for e-Research, 27 March 2012

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Jankowski, KCL CeRch presentation, enhanced scholarly publications, with notes, 27march2012

  1. 1. Enhanced Publishing in the Social Sciences & Humanities: Tensions, Opportunities, & Problems Center for eResearch CeRch Seminar Series Department of Digital Humanities Kings’s College London 27 March 2012 Andrea Scharnhorst, Nick Jankowski, Clifford Tatum, Sally Wyatt KNAW e-Humanities Group
  2. 2. Overview: Enhanced Publishing • Part 1: Panoramic Overview (NJ) • Part 2: Conceptualizing Enhancement (CT) • Part 3: Operationalizing Enhancement (AS) • General Discussion ca. 15 min. per part intermezzos between parts CeRch Seminar Series, Kings College27 March 2011 2 London
  3. 3. What is an ‘enhanced publication’?“…a publication that is enhanced with research data, extra materials, postpublication data, database records (e.g. the Protein Data Bank), and thathas an object-based structure with explicit links between the objects. In thisdefinition an object can be (part of) an article, a data set, an image, amovie, a comment, a module or a link to information in a database.”(Woutersen-Windhouwer & Brandsma, 2009: 20)* Data* Structure (linking)* Objects (components) CeRch Seminar Series, Kings College27 March 2011 3 London
  4. 4. Enhancing Scholarship...Intern’ l J. of Internet Science CeRch Seminar Series, Kings College27 March 2011 4 London
  5. 5. Enhancing Scholarship...Illustration from long ago CeRch Seminar Series, Kings College27 March 2011 5 London
  6. 6. Enhancing Scholarship...Visualizing Culture CeRch Seminar Series, Kings College27 March 2011 6 London
  7. 7. Enhancing PublicationsOur Choice; Solar System, JFK: Day by Day; Imagining the Iliad, The Waste Land 7
  8. 8. Enhancing Scholarship...AAUP report 8
  9. 9. Enhancing Scholarship...Bloomsbury Academic• Hybrid• Linking• Resources• Business model?
  10. 10. Enhancing Scholarship...Cell Press (Cell Reports) (Elsevier, Article of the Future) 10
  11. 11. Enhancing Scholarship...SAGE Publications: communicationspace 11
  12. 12. Towards a Typology of EnhancementsRich Internet Publications (Beure, Voorbij, & Hoogerwerf, J. of Digital Information, 12/1, 2011) 12
  13. 13. Enhanced Publications: clusteringcomponentsCentral components• Accessibility – Open access• Durability – Repositories – Persistent identifiers for objects of publications• Interoperability – Interlinking of objects – Dynamic references• Discourse – Reader comments, author updates & responses• Replicability – Availability of data for inspection & secondary analysisSecondary Components• supplementary research materials – instrumentation, additional analyses• contextual materials – setting, object of study, background, researcher info• Visualizations – use of color, dynamic figures• Multimedia – podcasts, videos CeRch Seminar Series, Kings College27 March 2011 13 London
  14. 14. In Conclusion: ‘Persistent’ Questions enhancing scholarly publications• How does enhancement contribute to the quality of a scholarly argument?• What solutions address the challenges facing enhancement of scholarly publications? – Preserving dynamic objects in a Web environment – Interrelating objects of enhanced publications – Engaging key players (publishers, editors, authors) in enhancement• What enhancements are desired by scholars & students; what are the differences between disciplines? CeRch Seminar Series, Kings College 27 March 2011 14 London
  15. 15. Intermezzo 1: Questions / Comments CeRch Seminar Series, Kings College27 March 2011 15 London

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