The last of the videos made at CNI’s April meeting have been added to our channels; with this announcement, all available videos from CNI’s Spring 2019 Membership Meeting are now available:
An Institutional Perspective to Rescue Scholarly Orphans
Martin Klein (Los Alamos National Laboratory) & Herbert Van de Sompel (Data Archiving and Networked Services)
Scholars increasingly are using various online portals outside of the traditional scholarly publishing system to conduct and to communicate about their research, yet no infrastructure exists to systematically and comprehensively archive the deposited artifacts. This talk discusses the desirability, feasibility, and architecture of institutional processes aimed at capturing these scholarly orphans.
Building a Trusted Framework for Coordinating OA Monograph Usage Data
Kevin S. Hawkins (University of North Texas)
Reports on a study of the landscape of open-access scholarly monograph usage data and an investigation of the viability of creating a data trust for sharing usage data among stakeholders in the publishing ecosystem.
Variations in Public Scholarship Works: Examining The Impact of Three Related Scholarly Digital Projects on Present and Future Resources
Wayne Morse Jr. (Emory University)
Public scholarship through digital humanities can be accomplished in various ways, and different approaches have significant implications for extended care, usability, and sustainability. This video illustrates these challenges through discussion of three related but different projects at Emory’s Center for Digital Scholarship.