Scholarly Communication

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Big Data, Little Data, No Data: The Contested Landscape of Data Sharing and Reuse, Trends in Society and Information Technology Seminar Series (2013)

Scholars are being asked — by funding agencies and publishers alike — to release their...

 

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Why you should care about open data: Open Access Week thoughts on why research data rarely are reused, Open Access Week at UCLA (2013)

Scholarly knowledge-sharing includes sharing research data, but while the supply of data is growing rapidly,...

 

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Digital Scholarship and Digital Libraries: Past, Present, and Future, 17th International Conference on Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries (2013)

In a few short decades, the practices of scholarship have been transformed by the use...

 

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Why Are Scientific Data Rarely Reused? (Keynote Presentation), Information Policies in Science International Seminar, Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (2013)

Knowledge sharing in science includes sharing research data. While the supply of scientific data is...

 

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"Problems of Attribution" Attribution: Managing Provenance, Ethics, and Metrics, ORCID-Dryad Symposium, St. Anne's College (2013)

While it seems that digitized scholarship should lead the way to better discoverability and attribution,...

 

Digital Libraries

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Digital Scholarship and Digital Libraries: Past, Present, and Future, 17th International Conference on Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries (2013)

In a few short decades, the practices of scholarship have been transformed by the use...

 

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Data, data use, and scientific inquiry: two case studies of data practices, Proceedings of the 12th ACM/IEEE-CS joint conference on Digital Libraries (2012)

Data are proliferating far faster than they can be captured, managed, or stored. What types...

 

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Preface, Evaluating and Measuring the Value, Use and Impact of Digital Collections (2012)
 

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Drowning in the Data Deluge: Digital Library Challenges for Asia (Keynote), International Conference on Asian Digital Libraries (2011)

Scholarly communication no longer consists merely of papers and publications. Research data have become valuable...

 

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The Digital Future is Now: What the Humanities can Learn from eScience, Libraries in the Digital Age (2010)

As the digital humanities mature, their scholarship is taking on many characteristics of the sciences,...

 

Scientific Data Practices

Data Sharing: A Problem of Supply or of Demand?, Department of History (2013)

Knowledge sharing in science includes sharing research data. Research funding agencies have focused on increasing...

 

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Why you should care about open data: Open Access Week thoughts on why research data rarely are reused, Open Access Week at UCLA (2013)

Scholarly knowledge-sharing includes sharing research data, but while the supply of data is growing rapidly,...

 

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Scholarship in the Networked World: Big Data, Little Data, No Data, Oliver Smithies Lecture, Balliol College, Oxford (2013)

Scholars are expected to publish the results of their work in journals, books, and other...

 

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"Problems of Attribution" Attribution: Managing Provenance, Ethics, and Metrics, ORCID-Dryad Symposium, St. Anne's College (2013)

While it seems that digitized scholarship should lead the way to better discoverability and attribution,...

 

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Big data and the long tail: Use and reuse of little data, Oxford eResearch Centre Seminar (2013)

Big data gets all the attention but little data are the norm in most fields....

 

Information Seeking

Data Sharing: A Problem of Supply or of Demand?, Department of History (2013)

Knowledge sharing in science includes sharing research data. Research funding agencies have focused on increasing...

 

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Curators to the stars (with David S. Fearon Jr., Sharon Traweek, and Laura A. Wynholds), American Society for Information Science and Technology (2010)
 

What is New and Different about e-Research?, Information, Communication and New Media Studies: Networking a Multidisciplinary Field (2006)
 

First International Conference on e-Social Science, National Center for e-Social Science (2005)
 

Education & Learning

Data Sharing: A Problem of Supply or of Demand?, Department of History (2013)

Knowledge sharing in science includes sharing research data. Research funding agencies have focused on increasing...

 

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Scholarship in the Networked World: Big Data, Little Data, No Data, Oliver Smithies Lecture, Balliol College, Oxford (2013)

Scholars are expected to publish the results of their work in journals, books, and other...

 

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IDRE Proposal: UCLA Data Registry System (with Todd Grappone, Gary Strong, Jeffrey Goldman, and Jillian Wallis) (2011)
 

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How is research being made available in formal and informal ways and what can be done now to make it available for future scholars?, Keynote, Harvard Digital Scholarship Summit, Harvard Business School, http://osc.hul.harvard.edu/dss/ (2011)

Several decades ago, access to scholarly information was the exclusive domain of libraries and publishers....

 

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Education Overview (with Karen Kim, Wesley Uehara, Deborah Estrin, Michael Allen, Amber Carter-LaFlamme, Jeff Burke, Melissa Cook, Kathy Griffis, Richard Guy, Michael Hamilton, Mark Hansen, Robert Hanusa, Tom Harmon, Jennifer Jay, William Kaiser, Andrew Lau, Christine Lee, Kaising Lui, Kristina Martinez, Anand Mehta, Kim Misa, Juan Navarro, Greg Pottie, Suna Ryu, Mani Srivastava, William Sandoval, Linda Sax, Jillian Wallis, John Wallace, Joe Wise, and Jackie Wong), 2009 Site Visit (2009)
 

International & Comparative

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Scholarship in the Networked World: Big Data, Little Data, No Data, Oliver Smithies Lecture, Balliol College, Oxford (2013)

Scholars are expected to publish the results of their work in journals, books, and other...

 

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Drowning in the Data Deluge: Digital Library Challenges for Asia (Keynote), International Conference on Asian Digital Libraries (2011)

Scholarly communication no longer consists merely of papers and publications. Research data have become valuable...

 

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Research Data: Who will share what, with whom, when, and why?, China-North America Library Conference, Beijing (2010)

The deluge of scientific research data has excited the general public, as well as the...

 

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The Digital Future is Now: What the Humanities can Learn from eScience, Libraries in the Digital Age (2010)

As the digital humanities mature, their scholarship is taking on many characteristics of the sciences,...

 

Developing National Information Infrastructures in Central and Eastern Europe: The Content vs. Conduit Debate. (with Nadia Caida), Library Automation in Transitional Societies: Lessons from Eastern Europe (2000)
 

ADEPT

Classroom evaluation of the Alexandria Digital Earth Prototype (ADEPT) (with Gregory H. Leazer, Anne J. Gilliland-Swetland, and Richard E. Mayer), Proceedings of the 63rd Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science (Chicago, IL, November 12-16, 2000) (2006)
 

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What Can Studies of e-Learning Teach Us About e-Research? Some Findings from Digital Library Research, UCLA Graduate School of Education & Information Studies (2006)

e-Research is intended to facilitate collaboration through distributed access to content, tools, and services. Lessons...

 

First International Conference on e-Social Science, National Center for e-Social Science (2005)
 

OpenURL

Comparing faculty information seeking in teaching and research: Implications for the design of digital libraries (with Laura J. Smart, Kelli A. Milwood, Jason R. Finley, Leslie Champeny, Anne J. Gilliland-Swetland, and Gregory H. Leazer), Journal of the American Society for Information Science & Technology (2005)
 

From Prototype to Deployable System: Framing the Adoption of Digital Library Services (with Leonard D'Avolio, Leslie Champeny, Gregory H. Leazer, Anne J. Gilliland-Swetland, and Kelli A. Millwood), Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science & Technology (2005)
 

CENS Data Practices

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Data, Data Use, and Scientific Inquiry: Two Case Studies of Data Practices (with Laura A. Wynholds, Jillian C. Wallis, Ashley Sands, and Sharon Traweek), ACM Press (2012)

Data are proliferating far faster than they can be captured, managed, or stored. What types...

 

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Unearthing the infrastructure: Humans and sensors in field-based scientific research (with Matthew S. Mayernik and Jillian C. Wallis), Journal of Computer Supported Cooperative Work (2012)

Distributed sensing systems for studying scientific phenomena are critical applications of information technologies. By embedding...

 

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Who’s got the data? Interdependencies in Science and Technology Collaborations (with Jillian C. Wallis and Matthew S. Mayernik), Journal of Computer Supported Cooperative Work (2012)

Science and technology always have been interdependent, but never more so than with today’s highly...

 

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Local or global? Making sense of the data sharing imperative (keynote), A Decade in Internet Time: Symposium on the Dynamics of the Internet and Society, Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford (2011)
 

Science Library Catalog

OpenURL

Rethinking Online Monitoring Methods For Information Retrieval Systems: From Search Product To Search Process (with Sandra G. Hirsh and John Hiller), Journal of the American Society for Information Science (1996)
 

OpenURL

The Science Library Catalog: A Springboard for Information Literacy (with Virginia A. Walter and Sandra G. Hirsh), School Library Media Quarterly (1996)
 

Comparing children's use of browsing and keyword searching on the Science Library Catalog. (with Sandra G. Hirsh), Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science (1995)
 

Comparing children's use of browsing and keyword searching on the Science Library Catalog. (with Hirsh G. Sandra), International Conference on Research and Development in Information Retrieval, ACM Special Interest Group on Information Retrieval (SIGIR) (1995)
 

Statistics and Data Practices

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Big Data, Little Data, No Data: The Contested Landscape of Data Sharing and Reuse, Trends in Society and Information Technology Seminar Series (2013)

Scholars are being asked — by funding agencies and publishers alike — to release their...

 

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Why Are Scientific Data Rarely Reused? (Keynote Presentation), Information Policies in Science International Seminar, Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (2013)

Knowledge sharing in science includes sharing research data. While the supply of scientific data is...

 

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Scholarship in the Networked World: Big Data, Little Data, No Data, Oliver Smithies Lecture, Balliol College, Oxford (2013)

Scholars are expected to publish the results of their work in journals, books, and other...

 

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"Problems of Attribution" Attribution: Managing Provenance, Ethics, and Metrics, ORCID-Dryad Symposium, St. Anne's College (2013)

While it seems that digitized scholarship should lead the way to better discoverability and attribution,...

 

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Curators to the stars (with David S. Fearon Jr., Sharon Traweek, and Laura A. Wynholds), American Society for Information Science and Technology (2010)
 

Digital Humanities

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Why you should care about open data: Open Access Week thoughts on why research data rarely are reused, Open Access Week at UCLA (2013)

Scholarly knowledge-sharing includes sharing research data, but while the supply of data is growing rapidly,...

 

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The Digital Future is Now: What the Humanities can Learn from eScience, Libraries in the Digital Age (2010)

As the digital humanities mature, their scholarship is taking on many characteristics of the sciences,...

 

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The Digital Archive: The Data Deluge arrives in the Humanities, “Time Will Tell, But Epistemology Won't: In Memory of Richard Rorty” A Celebration of Richard Rorty's Archive (2010)

The data deluge has began to overwhelm the sciences, as instruments such as sensor networks...

 

Information policy

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Why you should care about open data: Open Access Week thoughts on why research data rarely are reused, Open Access Week at UCLA (2013)

Scholarly knowledge-sharing includes sharing research data, but while the supply of data is growing rapidly,...

 

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How is research being made available in formal and informal ways and what can be done now to make it available for future scholars?, Keynote, Harvard Digital Scholarship Summit, Harvard Business School, http://osc.hul.harvard.edu/dss/ (2011)

Several decades ago, access to scholarly information was the exclusive domain of libraries and publishers....

 

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Local or global? Making sense of the data sharing imperative (keynote), A Decade in Internet Time: Symposium on the Dynamics of the Internet and Society, Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford (2011)
 

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The conundrum of sharing research data 2011 DRAFT, Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology (2011)

The deluge of research data has excited researchers, policy makers, and the general public. Not...

 

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Research Data: Who will share what, with whom, when, and why?, China-North America Library Conference, Beijing (2010)

The deluge of scientific research data has excited the general public, as well as the...

 

Scientific Data, CENS

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Who’s got the data? Interdependencies in Science and Technology Collaborations (with Jillian C. Wallis and Matthew S. Mayernik), Journal of Computer Supported Cooperative Work (2012)

Science and technology always have been interdependent, but never more so than with today’s highly...

 

Digital Social Research

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Digital Scholarship and Digital Libraries: Past, Present, and Future, 17th International Conference on Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries (2013)

In a few short decades, the practices of scholarship have been transformed by the use...

 

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Research Data, Reproducibility, and Curation, Digital Social Research: A Forum for Policy and Practice, Oxford Internet Institute Invitational Symposium (2012)
 

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Reproducibility: Gold or Fool’s Gold in Digital Social Research?, Oxford Internet Institute Symposium on Social Science and Digital Research: Interdisciplinary Insights (2012)

Data sharing has become a core tenet of science policy in the U.K., U.S., and...

 

Grant Proposals

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IDRE Proposal: UCLA Data Registry System (with Todd Grappone, Gary Strong, Jeffrey Goldman, and Jillian Wallis) (2011)
 

Syllabi

Data Citation

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Big Data, Little Data, No Data: The Contested Landscape of Data Sharing and Reuse, Trends in Society and Information Technology Seminar Series (2013)

Scholars are being asked — by funding agencies and publishers alike — to release their...

 

Data Sharing: A Problem of Supply or of Demand?, Department of History (2013)

Knowledge sharing in science includes sharing research data. Research funding agencies have focused on increasing...

 

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Why you should care about open data: Open Access Week thoughts on why research data rarely are reused, Open Access Week at UCLA (2013)

Scholarly knowledge-sharing includes sharing research data, but while the supply of data is growing rapidly,...

 

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Why Are Scientific Data Rarely Reused? (Keynote Presentation), Information Policies in Science International Seminar, Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (2013)

Knowledge sharing in science includes sharing research data. While the supply of scientific data is...

 

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"Problems of Attribution" Attribution: Managing Provenance, Ethics, and Metrics, ORCID-Dryad Symposium, St. Anne's College (2013)

While it seems that digitized scholarship should lead the way to better discoverability and attribution,...

 

Astronomy

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Follow the Data: How astronomers use and reuse data (with Ashley Sands, Laura Wynholds, and Sharon Traweek), ASIST (2012)

We analyze the people and infrastructure involved in the building, sustaining, and curation of large...

 

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Follow the Data: How astronomers use and reuse data (poster) (with Ashley Sands, Laura Wynholds, and Sharon Traweek) (2012)

We analyze the people and infrastructure involved in the building, sustaining, and curation of large...

 

No subject area

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Embedded Sensor Networks, World Wide Research: Reshaping the Sciences and Humanities (2010)
 

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Embodying research methods into fields and tables: a process (with Laura A. Wynholds, Sharon Traweek, David S. Fearon Jr, and Bradley R. Fidler), iConference (2010)
 

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RCUK Review of e-Science 2009 (with D.E. Atkins, N Bindhoff, M Ellisman, S Felman, I Foster, A Heck, D Heerman, J Lane, L Milanesi, J Paraki, W von Ruden, A Szalay, P Tackley, H Wensink, and A Ynnerman), Research Councils (2010)