Meeting Three

November 1, 2017 2-3:30 p.m. in the GQ Annex

  1. Valuing Openness
    1. How can open scholarship be valued? How does it contribute to assessments of different positions within academia? What counts as scholarship? Does building something (code, an app, a physical object) count? Is the degree of openness with which scholarship is shared considered? What are alternative ways of measuring impacts? What are the appropriate ways of copyrighting (or copylefting) scholarship?
    2.  Topics
      1. Copyrights and Creative Commons
      2. Tenure/ Promotion
      3. Copyright/ attribution of documents, etc. that change
      4. DOI
      5. ORCID
      6., ResearchGate, Arxiv, FigShare, Zenodo, etc…
        1. see essay by Duffy and Muhlenberg’s Jeff Pooley below
        2. See links in the resource section.
      7. Alt-metrics
    3. Examples of copyrights for different types of materials:
      1. Open Source Hardware FAQ
      2. Open Data Commons (How do I license my data?)
        1. Quick Guide-
      3. Open Definition
        1. Open Definition 2.1 (for reference; you’ve already seen this)-
        2. Conformant Licenses-
      4. Creative Commons Licenses-
    4. Evolving Standards and Practices in Tenure and Promotion Reviews by Kathleen Fitzpatrick
    5. MLA Guidelines for Evaluating Work in Digital Humanities and Digital Media
    6. Additional recommendations:
      1. Richardson, James. 2013. “Establishing a New Paradigm: The Call to Reform the Tenure and Promotion Standards for Digital Media Faculty.” Journal of Interactive Technology & Pedagogy 3.
      2. Hutchinson, Mary. 2011. “Outside the Margins: Promotion and Tenure with a Public Scholarship Platform.” Journal of Public Scholarship in Higher Education 1: 133–151.
      3. Duffy, Brooke Erin, and Jefferson D. Pooley. 2017. “‘Facebook for Academics’: The Convergence of Self-Branding and Social Media Logic on Academia.Edu.” Social Media + Society 3 (1):2056305117696523.