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Meeting 9, social media and scholarship, assignment 4, 22 may
DOING DIGITAL SCHOLARSHIP:DISCOVERING AND USING DIGITALTOOLS IN ACADEMIC WORK 22 May 2012 INTERNET PRACTICE: PART 2 Ljubljana Meeting 9: Social Media & Scholarship University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Social Sciences, FDV 20 Tuesday, 22 May 2012, Nicholas W. Jankowski Adjunct Professor, University of Ljubljana Associate Researcher KNAW e-Humanities Group Amsterdam, the Netherlands firstname.lastname@example.org 1
Agenda1. Introduction (10 min) • Getting acquainted with Zipcast platform 22 May 20122. Quiz 2: proposal Ljubljana3. Assignment 3, Mendeley • Mendeley groups • bibliographies • Blog posts: reflections on Mendeley4. Assignment 4: note-taking / annotation software • OneNote, Zotero • Word, PDF Pro 105. Assignment 7: alternative proposal6. Social media & Scholarship (readings) 27. Assignment 5 (Thursday practicum session)
Zipcast: an introduction 22 May 2012 Ljubljana 3
Quiz 2: Information• Features • Exam Professor software 22 May 2012 • Open book; individual exercise (no consultation) • Randomly arranged questions & answers • Questions (not answers) distributed Wednesday, 23 May, noon Ljubljana• Date: Thursday, 24 May; 30 min. (16.00-16.30)• Readings & topics • Digital Scholar: Chapters 6-9 • Schroeder, R., & Spencer, D. (2009). Social scientists and the domestication of e-research tools. Oxford: Oxford Internet Institute. Available here. • Mollett, A., Moran, D., & Dunleavy. (2011). Using Twitter in university research, teaching and impact activities: A guide for academics and researchers. Report, LSE Public Policy Group. Available here. 5 • Additional topics: Mendeley, OneNote, Zotero, Twitter
Mendeley, Assignment 3: Tasks• Searching for literature related to Group topic 22 May 2012• Creating Mendeley group• Creating library of (meta-data on) bibliographic entries Ljubljana• Uploading (some) documents to group library• Preparing bibliography related to group topic; uploading to Dropblox• Annotations on (some of) literature 6
Mendeley: Illustrations fromGroup 1: documentsTopic: history 22 May 2012 Ljubljana 7
Mendeley: Illustrations fromGroup 1: activities 22 May 2012 Ljubljana 8
Mendeley: Illustrations fromGroup 3: documents• Topic: theory 22 May 2012 Ljubljana 9
Mendeley: Illustrations fromGroup 3: activities 22 May 2012 Ljubljana 10
Mendeley, Group 3:bibliography 22 May 2012 Ljubljana 11
Mendeley, Group 3: NJ illustrationsof bibliographies 22 May 2012 Ljubljana 12
Dropbox materials: Group 2 22 May 2012 Ljubljana 13
Dropbox materials: Group 7 22 May 2012 Ljubljana 14
Mendeley: summary ofAssignment 3 22 May 2012• Jankowski invited to all Mendeley groups• Two groups, 9 & 10, have prepared no entries in Mendeley Ljubljana libraries• Some persons in groups 3, 4, 5, 8, 9, 10 have contributed little to Mendeley library of documents 15
Assignment 4: note-taking &annotationsEXPLORING NOTE-TAKING & ANNOTATION SOFTWAREIn Assignment 3 literature was identified related to the topics assigned to each of the groups;these topics are noted again below. This literature serves as point of departure for Assignment 22 May 20124: preparation of notes / annotations on this literature using either OneNote or Zotero.Students should discuss and decide which (or both) of these two tools will be used. Althoughthe annotations will be prepared individually, the assignment is to be carried out in subgroupsof 2-3 students from each of the 10 groups. As with other assignments, the entire group is toconfer near the end of the exercise. LjubljanaCompose reflections on this activity in gaining familiarity with note-taking software. Thesereflections, maximum one page in length excluding possible screenshots and references,should be prepared individually. Preparation of reflections may benefit by performing ageneral search of reviews, videos and other materials on the software; be sure to referencethe use of such material in the blog post. Reflections are to be posted on the individualstudent blogs and uploaded to a folder on course website no later than Monday 30 April,21.00. [ERROR: should be Monday, 21 May, 21.00]Complete the group reports of literature notes / annotations initiated during the in-classassignment. Assign an editor from group members who will be responsible for collecting thesubgroup annotations and compiling them into a group report that will be uploaded to thegroup Dropbox folder for Assignment 4 no later than Monday 21 May, 21.00. 16
Assignment 4: resources• Zotero documentation (extensive; select 1-2 items)• Video: Why use OneNote?• Microsoft materials on OneNote 22 May 2012• Getting Stuff Into Your Library • Adding Items • Adding Files• Organizing Your Library and Taking Notes • Collections and Tags • Duplicate Detection • Notes Ljubljana • Related • Searching • Sorting• Generating Bibliographies, Citations and Reports • Creating Bibliographies within Zotero • Word Processor Integration • Reports • Citation Styles• Syncing, Collaboration and Backup • Data and File Syncing • Groups • Backup• Getting the Most Out of Zotero • Knowledge Base • Languages and Localization • Locate Items In a Library Near You • Plugins • Preferences • Proxies • Retrieve PDF Metadata • Timelines • • Tips and Tricks Third Party Documentation 17 • Zotero for Mobile
OneNote : Group 3, OneNote reflections:Saša Rozman 22 May 2012 Ljubljana 28
Other Annotation tools: PDF Pro10 22 May 2012 Ljubljana 29
Grading of assignmentsBlog reflections• 0 = assignment not submitted 22 May 2012• 1 = poorly done; no reflection• 2 = some reflection Ljubljana• 3 = average, acceptable• 4 = good• 5 = excellent reflective blog postOther assignments also based on 5-point scale (e.g., Assignment3 uploading to Dropbox of bibliography) 30Make-up assignment: under consideration….
Assignment 7 (final exercise)PREPARING PORTFOLIO ON ENHANCING SCHOLARLY PUBLICATIONS; PREPARATION OF GROUP PRESENTATIONMost academic publications – conference papers, journal articles, book chapters – areprepared as texts with few to none of the functions available in a Web environment: no color, 22 May 2012no dynamic visualizations, no hyperlinks to external resources, no links within a document(e.g., from in-text reference to bibliographic entry). This final assignment for the practicumDoing Digital Scholarship provides opportunity for groups of students to develop enhancedversions of traditionally prepared academic texts. The assignment allows students to utilize anumber of the tools available for doing digital scholarship that will be presented during the Ljubljanapracticum: annotation tools, reference management tools, collaboration tools, and tools forpublishing and presenting.Each subgroup, 2-3 students, from the pre-assigned groups is responsible for enhancing one ofthe three traditional academic texts that are assigned to a group; see list below. Groupsmembers are expected discuss their approaches to enhancing the three texts and to utilizetools related to the following tasks:Note-taking & document annotating (e.g., OneNote, Zotero)Reference management (Mendeley, EndNote)Collaborating (e.g., group blog, Skype, Elluminate, Adobe Connect)Co-authoring & file sharing software (e.g., Google Docs, Dropbox)Presentation software (e.g., Prezi, Powerpoint, Keynote)Publishing platforms and venues ( iBooks Author; Commentpress; Issuu, repositories, e.g., 31SSRN)
Assignment 7: Illustrations of enhanced publicationsOur Choice; Solar System, JFK: Day by Day; Imagining the Iliad, The Waste Land 22 May 2012 Ljubljana 32 7
Assignment 7: AlternativeAn in-class practical exercise in using tools presented duringcourse: 22 May 2012• Alternative literature resources (e.g., university repositories)• Dropbox (cloud storage) Ljubljana• Mendeley (reference management software)• OneNote (or other note-taking tool)• Zotero (reference management, annotation)• Annotation tools (e.g., Word Review, PDF Pro)• Presentation tools (e.g., Prezi, Zipcast• Blog post with reflections on exercise 33
Assignment 5: Online Collaboration 22 May 2012 Ljubljana 34
TopicsOnline collaboration toolsSocial Media & Scholarship Week 5 (15 & 17 May): Readings 22 May 2012 • Required: Chapters 10, 11 of Digital Scholar • Supplementary • Schroeder, R., & Spencer, D. (2009). Social scientists and the domestication of e-research tools. Oxford: Oxford Internet Institute. Available here. Ljubljana • Berkman Center for Internet & Society, Interactive. Website with podcasts Week 6 (22 & 24 May): Readings • Required: Chapters 12, 13 of Digital Scholar • Supplementary • Bulger, M., Meyer, E. T., Flor, G. de la, Terras, M., Wyatt, S., Jirotka, M., Eccles, K., et al. (2011). Reinventing research? Information practices in the humanities. London. Available here. • Mollett, A., Moran, D., & Dunleavy. (2011). Using Twitter in university research, teaching and impact activities: A guide for academics and 35 researchers. Report, LSE Public Policy Group. Available here.
Using Twitter in university research, teaching andimpact activities: A guide for academics andresearchers. 22 May 2012 Ljubljana 36
Reinventing research? Information practices in thehumanities . 22 May 2012 Ljubljana 37
Comments / Questions.... 22 May 2012 Ljubljana 38