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  • Scientific communicationDasapta Erwin Irawan

    Institut Teknologi Bandung

    FE-Unisba, 31/03/2016

    0000-0002-1526-0863

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    http://twitter.com/dasaptaerwinhttp://orcid.org/0000-0002-1526-0863

  • introduction

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  • lisensi CC-BY

    This slide can be copied, distributed, re-used, for commercial and non-commercial purposes as long as it is properly cited.

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  • a glimpse about me

    Edu: S1 - S2 - S3: Teknik Geologi ITB Research interest: hydrogeology, hydrochemistry data analysis scientific profile:

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    http://researchgate.net/profile/dasapta_irawanhttp://orcid.org/0000-0002-1526-0863https://scholar.google.co.id/citations?user=Myvc78MAAAAJ&hl=en&authuser=1

  • books

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    Hidrogeologi Umum (2015), Penerbit Ombak Yogyakarta

    Menulis (ilmiah) itu menyenangkan (2016), Penerbit ITB, Bandung

    Belajar statistika dengan R (2016), Penerbit USU, Medan

  • paper written vs cited

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  • rapid growth of papers

    Bornmann and Mutz (2014), urlhttp://arxiv.org/abs/1402.4578

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  • publication delays (time spent in editors + reviewers)

    http://blog.dhimmel.com/plos-and-publishing-delays/

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    http://blog.dhimmel.com/plos-and-publishing-delays/

  • number of papers (in English): language drawback?

    www.carbonbrief.org

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    http://blog.dhimmel.com/plos-and-publishing-delays/

  • scientific paper karma

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  • scientific communication

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  • how scientists communicate

    through scientific papers and seminars/conferences

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  • how scientists communicate

    based on data and reproducible analyses

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  • how scientists communicate

    objectives based on facts

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  • how scientists communicate

    open and transparent peer-review

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  • academic cycle

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  • expected output

    formal: research reports papers: in journals in proceedings

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  • problems with formal outputs

    research reports (closed distribution) papers in journals and proceedings (openly

    distributed, but yet still for limited number of people)

    in journals (no online version) in proceedings (limited circulation)

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  • the impact

    is very low

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  • how we increase the impact

    by increasing scientific communication

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  • how we increase the impact

    by increasing effort to engage with community

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  • how we increase the impact

    by using as many tools to make our work easily found

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  • how we increase the impact

    by exploiting scientific community, eg: Researchgate, Mendeley, etc

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    http://researchgate.nethttp://mendeley.com

  • expected output

    non-formal: blogs websites twitter, FB, G+

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  • expected impact: add more audience

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  • expected impact: add more citation

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  • expected impact: reduce citation delay

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  • take home message

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  • recommended efforts

    write in English international language leads to more

    audience

    hire a translator if necessary

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  • recommended efforts

    submit to open access journal conventional journal offers open access

    option

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  • recommended efforts

    use widely accepted index dont use a single exclusive index (eg

    Scopus)

    use other indexes endorsed by open science community (Crossref, Altmetrics, etc)

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  • recommended efforts

    use social media promote your work

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  • recommended efforts

    setup Google Scholar or ORCID profile university should facilitate this to promote

    its staffs

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