I wanted to attend #OpenRepo2019 to talk about how every new Elsevier article can be immediately shared without embargo in any repository but couldn't pull the travel $ together. Bummer, but here's the article: https://t.co/mo2Wukk7Sp
Here are the slides and the longer-form (not 'finished' because everything is process, not because we're lazy... honest) of the paper that @SimonXIX
and I just delivered in Hamburg at @or2019
The current chair and vice-chair of the steering committee endorse the Ideas Challenge! Form those teams! #or2019challenge #OpenRepo2019 https://t.co/jCkdnkpPLx
#OpenRepo2019 The full-text of this paper and the presentation slides are now available as CC BY at https://t.co/AXLklSTXoN
This version expands upon some of the points in our presentation paper and provides full citations and references.
𝕄𝕚𝕜𝕖 𝔾𝕚𝕒𝕣𝕝𝕠 (@email@example.com)@mjgiarlo
For folks who weren't in the room at the time, I'll share the remarks I made at the end of my #OpenRepo2019 presentation.
The question is "why does repository sustainability matter?" https://t.co/1dE2Z2oCrY
's closing remarks on repositories. I hope he'll share in full. In short, they provide scientific memory, preserve life saving research. They ground us in facts. In this political climate, maintenance can be a radical act. ❤️ #openrepo2019 @Stanford
So, for the grand sum of C$3000, you can either pay a single APC or run an OA overlay journal. Feels like which one is best use of money should be a no brainer, really... #openrepo2019 https://t.co/FHusRwJuOW
#overlayjournals are viable, cost effective, and can provide a high quality alternative venue to traditional journals. ... Collecting lessons learned about how to decouple the #peerreview function from the collecting and archiving functions. #OpenRepo2019 https://t.co/2TSCWxAKQW
Happy to see so much interest in #DSpace 7 at #OpenRepo2019
#DSpace7 is the biggest release in the history of DSpace and will be a huge step for the whole community! @dspacetweets https://t.co/hgHvSTNet1
Digital Archiving: the 7 pillars of metadata (from UK National Archives blog) as mentioned by Marjolein Steeman in her talk “Rights registration conditional to Open Access” https://t.co/XMNzrFsb50
Go download @SimonXIX
's full paper, in which they discuss reformulating 'open' as a process and community of care, not a commodity co-opted within the neoliberal academy.
#OpenRepo2019 #OpenAccess #OpenResearch #OpenScience #Research #OA #OpenSource https://t.co/jFqCnM5hUR
(The ethical check is the most interesting/ important step to me, no surprise, partially because it is one place that we can problematize the notion of authorship and consent). #OpenRepo2019
#OpenRepo2019 Metadata at Sound and Vision is sustained by seven pillars of metadata produced by the National Archives in the UK: https://t.co/6V4njOIqy7
Excellent point from @SimonXIX
: #OA mandates have succeeded but not accomplished a real change in philosophy and approach regarding openness in research #openrepo2019
Great to see that @ANurnberger
at OR to speak about the @resdatall
! These communities overlap in many ways, and both are a great place for meeting people, collaborating and getting work done! Hope to see many of you in Helsinki for #RDAPlenary #P14 in October! #OpenRepo2019
Join us after lunch in Lecture Hall C #openrepo2019 for an entire session (presentation then panel) talking about practice-based arts research in repositories - how do we better engage with this community + how do we make repositories more able to capture this research?
Virtually all repos support SWORD for deposit, but do you know anything about it? Come to hear about the new version we're working on for research data use cases and how it fits into our community, with myself and @NeilSJefferies
after lunch in Lecture Hall M #OpenRepo2019
Interesting all #women panel discussion on joining forces to address user needs around research #data management! #opendata #openrepo2019 https://t.co/l1dx83LsQh
Fedora 3 migrators! Is there scope for a slack channel or something for those of us going through migration? There seems to be a ton of us out there going through exactly the same thing right now. #openrepo2019 #or2019
An interesting concept: one repo for all types of content, which is customisable according to what is being deposited. Worth keeping an eye on! #OpenREPO2019 https://t.co/lJzKi17p2d
batting cleanup in the radical collaboration panel session talking about the Research Data Alliance. #OpenRepo2019
Finally, our mobile cleaners arrived at #OpenRepo2019 so our materials stack is now complete. Get it at the reception, at tables or if you find me. And, look forward to the presentation of the @metrics_project
tomorrow morning! https://t.co/huit8pTq0t
Now up: ‘Assessing Compliance with the UK REF 2021 OA Policy’. Here’s a graph of OA policies adopted over time. Highlights the prevalence of the ‘compliance’ stick... #OpenRepo2019 https://t.co/9qpu8gKo0I
First up in the session Open access, neoliberalism, compliance and the law- ‘Open or jar?’openness’ within the neoliberal academy’! #OpenRepo2019 https://t.co/OBsSa1NC8H
Great flowchart offering guidance for clearing works for online publication, developed by the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision: https://t.co/2ETv76ZJ1o
Form follows function in Marjolein Steemans lovely graphic illustrating why structured metadata is more intelligible.
#OpenRepo2019 #bauhaus #usercentered https://t.co/ieTUk1JYFY
Hoping checking the appropriateness of publication of the "agents" or "objects" depicted... oh! There it is! Ethical check on what is being published. Privacy, depiction of children... #OpenRepo2019
Now just under 24 hours to the closing deadline, Noon on Thursday (local, Hamburg time) for entries to #OR2019Challenge Need to know more, check out https://t.co/2stnE1kX9g
Complexity of rights - neighboring rights, privacy rights of agents depicted, adjacent rights (performance, background music, etc) make capturing "rights" metadata for cultural objects complicated. #OpenRepo2019
Thanks for these important reflections, @mjgiarlo
. Couldn't agree more. I'm sharing with @pmhswe
, who I know is thinking about maintenance and ways to fund it. #OpenRepo2019
👇Relevant to #OpenRepo2019 audience. This is the function the UX Governance work I mentioned yesterday serves.
Services benefit from a whole-team understanding of the nature of the experience we seek to provide, and the background for *why*
thx @sophiedennis https://t.co/SbFFaGQnko
If you have any ideas or comments on how we can better engage with the practice research community and/or how we can make repositories more able to capture this research please feel free to add them to this google doc: https://t.co/tFdYAUPrH1
#OpenRepo2019 Day 3. Starting off the day with a session on Electronic theses and dissertations.
This complex model is only useful with rich & full metadata, which may be difficult to achieve with human labour. Ah. Sigh.
Important to document the entire process, even if the research does not lead to publication. #OpenRepo2019
Was a pleasure to be able to present this with @jennye
yesterday evening. Really enjoyed telling everyone at #OpenRepo2019 about this fantastic collaboration. https://t.co/On245mkL85
#OpenRepo2019 More tl;dr: We also spent some time critiquing particularly egregious misuses of the term 'open' and 'openness' such as openwashing on the part of software vendors and neoliberal appropriation of 'open' by professional bodies like Cilip.
Are you in need of someone to host your @OpenJournalSys
? Keep calm and ask us! We can host your #OJS and customize it according to your needs. #OpenRepo2019
Shout out for the session I’m chairing this afternoon in Lecture Hall J, 15:30-17:00. See you there! #OpenRepo2019 https://t.co/eKMwDIIPGZ
Really good to see a user centered approach (with rich metadata of course) to deal with the enormous ethical and legal complexities of archival materials.
A huge challenge.
𝕄𝕚𝕜𝕖 𝔾𝕚𝕒𝕣𝕝𝕠 (@firstname.lastname@example.org)@mjgiarlo
... where life-saving research is defunded and devalued, and where ignorance and xenophobia are exalted over rational inquiry
Repositories ground us in facts, discrete evidence, and our history, providing needed transparency and, ultimately, accountability. #OpenRepo2019
"Accommodate personality and neurodiversity for better collaborations" #openrepo2019
I just saw a a Mayhem t-shirt at #OpenRepo2019
A session on inclusion - was not expecting that (especially as I chose the session rather hastily this morning). #openrepo2019 is the gift that keeps on giving.
of #ILRI presenting their tool that explores and visualizes #open repository resources during minute madness! #OpenRepo2019 #openaccess https://t.co/sL55G2dUr2
Are you accountable? responsible? for a project? Remember to bring the brioche! #OpenRepo2019 https://t.co/ilK2kmpICa
Thinking about how much potential exists in the synergistic spaces of library based publishing and IR's #OpenRepo2019 @LibPubCoalition