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  • 1. Baptista, Ana Alice
    et al.
    Linde, PeterBlekinge Institute of Technology, The Library.Lavesson, NiklasBlekinge Institute of Technology, School of Computing.Brito, Miguel Abrunhosa de
    Social Shaping of Digital Publishing: Exploring the Interplay Between Culture and Technology - Proceedings of the 16th International Conference on Electronic Publishing2012Collection (editor) (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    Since the advent of the Web, the processes and forms of electronic publishing have been changing. The open access movement has been a major driver of change in recent years with regard to scholarly communication; however, changes are also evident in other fields of application such as e-government and e-learning. In most cases these changes are driven by technological advances, but there are also cases where a change in social reality pushes technological development. Both the social and mobile web and linked data are currently shaping the edge of research in digital publishing. Liquid publishing is on the more daring agendas. Digital preservation is an issue that poses great challenges which are still far from being solved. The legal issues, security and trust continue to deserve our full attention. We need new visualization techniques and innovative interfaces that will keep pace with the global dimension of information. This is the current scenario, but what will follow? What are the technologies and social and communication paradigms that we will be discussing in ten or twenty years? ELPUB 2012 focuses on the social shaping of digital publishing, exploring the interplay between culture and technology. This makes the fact that it is being held in the European Capital of Culture for 2012, Guimarães, Portugal, all the more appropriate. 52 submissions were received for ELPUB 2012, from which 23 articles and 10 posters were accepted after peer review. Of the accepted articles, 11 were submitted as full articles and 12 as extended abstracts. These articles have been grouped into sessions on the following topics: Sessions 1 and 4 – Digital Scholarship & Publishing; Session 2 – Special Archives; Session 3 – Libraries & Repositories, Session 5 – Digital Texts & Readings, and Session 6 – Future Solutions & Innovations. The programme features two keynote speeches. Kathleen Fitzpatrick's speech is entitled “Planned Obsolescence: Publishing, Technology, and the Future of the Academy”, that of Antonio Câmara is entitled “Publishing in 2021”. Finally we call your attention to the panel on e-books, which is entitled “Academic e-books – Technological hostage or cultural redeemer?”. We believe this is another great edition of the ELPUB conference. We would like to take this opportunity to thank both the members of the ELPUB executive committee and the members of the local advisory committee, for making it happen. Together they provided valuable advice and assistance during the entire organization process. Secondly we would like to mention our colleagues on the program committee, who assured the quality of the conference through the peer review process. Last but not least, we wish to thank the local organization team for ensuring that all this effort culminates in a very interesting scientific event on the 14th and 15th of June. Thank you all for helping us to maintain the quality of ELPUB and merit the trust of our authors and attendees. We wish you all a good conference and we say farewell, hoping to see you again in Sweden in 2013!

  • 2. Bigagli, Lorenzo
    et al.
    Sveinsdottir, Thordis
    Wessels, Bridgette
    Smallwood, Rod
    Linde, Peter
    Blekinge Institute of Technology, The Library.
    Sondervan, Jeroen
    Infrastructure and technology challenges2014Report (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    In this deliverable, we report on our work on infrastructural and technological barriers to Open Access and preservation of research data as identified by key stakeholder groups. Through a mix of qualitative, quantitative and document review methods, we identified five key barriers to successfully implementing Open Access to research data in Europe: data heterogeneity and issues of standardisation; accessibility and discoverability issues; data preservation and curation; data quality and assessability; and data security. We explore these issues in detail and present existing good practice, and technical and infrastructural solutions used to mitigate such barriers. This work was conducted within the EU FP7 funded project RECODE, which focuses on developing policy recommendations for Open Access to Research Data in Europe. In particular, this work is coordinated by RECODE Work Package 2 (WP2), Infrastructure and technology.

  • 3.
    Davis, Michael
    et al.
    Blekinge Institute of Technology, School of Technoculture, Humanities and Planning.
    Linde, Peter
    Blekinge Institute of Technology, The Library.
    Tran, Hoa
    BETEXT: Cross Institutional Cooperation in the Digitalization of Cultural Heritage Documents in XML2002Conference paper (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    The following describes a digitalization and on-line publication project, led by members of Blekinge Institute of Technology, located in the south of Sweden. The project aimed to create the foundation for a regional network of small cultural institutions that would develop, support and utilize on-line full text archives in the service of tourism, marketing and education. Its pilot project, The Chapman Archive, involved the digitalization, encoding with the TEI DTD in XML and web-publication of two rare 18th century texts of both regional and international importance.

  • 4.
    Gunnarsson, Jenny
    et al.
    Blekinge Institute of Technology, The Library.
    Kulesza, Wlodek J.
    Blekinge Institute of Technology, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Applied Signal Processing.
    Pettersson, Anette
    Blekinge Institute of Technology, The Library.
    Teaching International Students How to Avoid Plagiarism: Librarians and Faculty in Collaboration2014In: The journal of academic librarianship, ISSN 0099-1333, E-ISSN 1879-1999, Vol. 40, no 3/4Article in journal (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    This paper presents how a plagiarism component has been integrated in a Research Methodology course for Engineering Master students at Blekinge Institute of Technology, Sweden. The plagiarism issue was approached from an educational perspective, rather than a punitive. The course director and librarians developed this part of the course in close collaboration. One part of the course is dedicated to how to cite, paraphrase and reference, while another part stresses the legal and ethical aspects of research. Currently, the majority of the students are international, which means there are intercultural and language aspects to consider. In order to evaluate our approach to teaching about plagiarism, we conducted a survey. The results of the survey indicate a need for education on how to cite and reference properly in order to avoid plagiarism, a result which is also supported by students' assignment results. Some suggestions are given for future development of the course.

  • 5. Hansson, Christina
    et al.
    Jedemark, MarieNygren, Åse
    Lärarlärdom, Högskolepedagogisk konferens 2009-20102011Collection (editor) (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    Högskolepedagogiska paper som bygger på empiriska undersökningar inom olika ämnesområden On Curriculum, Bildung and the Dialogue Seminar, ”Funkade bra!” – studenters upplevelser av studentstyrt litteraturseminarium, Learning Machine Learning: A Case Study, Stödjande av ett Community Of Practice för studenter, Learning Tools with Pedagogical Standards, Integration av matematik och teknik på ingenjörsutbildningar, Thesis Writing in Business Education – from a Student Perspective, Reflections on Threshold Concepts as Applied to a New E-Learning Tool: A Pilot Study at HKR Spring 2010, Fri tankeprocess och medvetenhet om kreativitet: En studie av studenters kreativa utveckling i kursen Kreativitet, Idéer och Innovation ur ett psykologiskt perspektiv, Notes on Attitudes to Statistics among Swedish Psychology and Education Science Students: The Effects of Self-perception and Anxiety, Från magkänsla till professionell kunskap inom distansutbildning Rapport från ett SoTL-projekt.En kritisk reflektion över didaktik i praktiken

  • 6. Hernández, Francisca
    et al.
    Wert, Carlos
    Recio, Ignacio
    Aguilera, Begoña
    Koch, Walter
    Bogensperger, Martin
    Linde, Peter
    Blekinge Institute of Technology, The Library.
    Günter, Georg
    Mulrenin, Bob
    Agenjo, Xavier
    Yeats, Robin
    Bordoni, Luciana
    Poggi, Fabrizio
    Xml for Libraries, Archives, and Museums: The Project Covax2003In: Applied Artificial Intelligence, ISSN 0883-9514, E-ISSN 1087-6545, Vol. 17, no 8-9, 797-816 p.Article in journal (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    The purpose of COVAX is to analyze and create the technical solutions required to provide access through the Internet to homogeneously-encoded document descriptions of archive, library, and museum collections based in the application of XML. This paper describes the development of the project, and the main achievements in building an information system of distributed XML databases containing document descriptions from libraries, archives, and museums emphasizing the conversion processes needed to transform legacy data to an XML environment.

  • 7. Linde, Peter
    Beyond OA-Policy2010In: ScieCom Info, E-ISSN 1652-3202, Vol. 6, no 2Article in journal (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    På Blekinge Tekniska Högskola har vi haft ett OA-mandat i tre års tid. Hur har det påverkat forskarna att göra sina dokument fritt tillgängliga? Genom att i vår lokala publiceringsdatabas jämföra artikelproduktion och publiceringskanaler mellan åren 2005-2009 försöker jag i artikeln ge svar på den frågan. Vidare förs ett resonemang om vikten av att förankra öppna publiceringsprinciper ute bland forskarna som förutom önskemål från ledningen om publicering i ISI-tidskrifter nu även ställs inför OA-krav från forskningsfinansiärer och därför akut behöver riktlinjer men också praktisk lots och ekonomiska förutsättningar för att klara dessa båda krav.

  • 8.
    Linde, Peter
    Blekinge Institute of Technology, The Library.
    Bibliometrisk analys av 5 sektioner vid Blekinge Tekniska Högskola, 20102011Other (Other academic)
    Abstract [sv]

    I denna rapport presenteras utfallet av en bibliometrisk studie av 5 sektioner vid Blekinge tekniska högskola. Studien avser publikationer publicerade under 2010. Huvudsyftet med studien är att ge indikatorer på skolornas publiceringsproduktion och -kvalitet samt spegla synligheten på den internationella tidskriftsmarknaden.

  • 9.
    Linde, Peter
    Blekinge Institute of Technology, The Library.
    Bibliometrisk analys av 5 sektioner vid Blekinge Tekniska Högskola, 20112012Other (Other academic)
    Abstract [sv]

    I denna rapport presenteras utfallet av en bibliometrisk studie av 5 sektioner vid Blekinge tekniska högskola. Studien avser publikationer publicerade under 2011. Huvudsyftet med studien är att ge indikatorer på skolornas publiceringsproduktion och -kvalitet samt spegla synligheten på den internationella tidskriftsmarknaden.

  • 10.
    Linde, Peter
    Blekinge Institute of Technology, The Library.
    Bibliometrisk analys av 5 sektioner vid Blekinge Tekniska Högskola, 20122013Other (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    I denna rapport presenteras en bibliometrisk studie av 5 sektioner vid Blekinge tekniska högskola. Studien avser publikationer publicerade under 2012. Huvudsyftet med studien är att ge indikatorer på sektionernas publiceringsproduktion och -kvalitet samt spegla synligheten på den internationella tidskriftsmarknaden. Datakällan för studien är BTHs publiceringsdatabas. Poster i den kompletteras flera gånger om året med poster ur ISI Web of Science och Scopus databasen. I tabell 1. återfinns fördelningen av sektionernas publikationer efter dokumenttyp. Observera att här ingår även dokument som ej undergått sk. Peer review samt publikationer av typen Letter, Note etc. All följande statistik baseras på databasens innehåll 130701 samt sökning i ISI Web of Science vid samma tidpunkt.

  • 11.
    Linde, Peter
    Blekinge Institute of Technology, The Library.
    Bottom(s) up to a top down approach2006In: ScieCom Info, E-ISSN 1652-3202, no 1Article in journal (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    It is comparatively easy to build and structure an institutional repository. The difficulty lies in filling it with content. This very trivial observation is not uncommon among repository administrators and I certainly agree. At Blekinge Institute of Technology (BTH) we have followed a Bottom up approach, which now, almost ten years later, hopefully will lead to a Top down policy. The two strategies complement each other and maybe a two-front approach can be part of an answer on how to get submissions going.

  • 12.
    Linde, Peter
    Blekinge Institute of Technology, The Library.
    BTH Newsletter on Science Publishing and Information about Research Funding: December 20162016Other (Other (popular science, discussion, etc.))
  • 13.
    Linde, Peter
    Blekinge Institute of Technology, The Library.
    BTH Newsletter on Science Publishing and Information about Research Funding: June 20162016Other (Other (popular science, discussion, etc.))
  • 14.
    Linde, Peter
    Blekinge Institute of Technology, The Library.
    BTH Newsletter on Science Publishing and Information about research funding: June 20172017Other (Other (popular science, discussion, etc.))
  • 15.
    Linde, Peter
    Blekinge Institute of Technology, The Library.
    BTH Newsletter on Science Publishing and Information about research funding: March 20172017Other (Other (popular science, discussion, etc.))
  • 16.
    Linde, Peter
    Blekinge Institute of Technology, The Library.
    BTH newsletter on science Publishing and Information about Research Funding: September 20162016Other (Other (popular science, discussion, etc.))
  • 17.
    Linde, Peter
    Blekinge Institute of Technology, The Library.
    BTH Newsletter on Science Publishing and Information about research funding: September 20172017Other (Other (popular science, discussion, etc.))
  • 18.
    Linde, Peter
    Blekinge Institute of Technology, The Library.
    Digital Libraries: a challenge for Medical Research and Education2006In: Applied Research in Health and Social Sciences:Interface and Interaction, ISSN 1822-3338, Vol. 1, no 2, 92-98 p.Article in journal (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    Since the early 1990s Digital Libraries have become a major factor for collecting, organising and distributing scientific research. This is especially true in the biomedical sciences. In this article, different definitions of the term Digital Libraries are discussed. Two major definitions are dwelled upon: one emerging from the library world and the other from the world of scientific research. Librarians tend to speak for a broader definition of the term “Library”. They see a library as an organisation that secures the selection, conservation, organisation, preservation and the access to information that is vital for the members of the specific organisation. Researchers most often favour a narrower definition of the library concept. For them a library could be any room containing a smaller or bigger amount of books or data discs or tape cassettes. Researchers seldom care for the social and institutional context of the term “Library”. Their emphasis is tilted towards databases and how to collect, retrieve, organise and access the information. Future use, development and problems of Digital Libraries, their content, users and their staffing are discussed. For example, the technical issues which include the problem with standards and protocols. To bring the distributed variety of digital resources and services together in a way that allow for integration and unified search, retrieval and presentation is a great challenge for the future. So is the problem of transferring personalised service and support from standard library and information services to the digital library. A user interface can hardly replace person to person service but better user interfaces must be developed and researched in order to help users. The future digital library will go beyond helping the user with searching and browsing only. They must be able to expect support for taking correct actions and getting help for problem solving where the digital library system confirm or deny existing hypotheses. Content management technologies will be the big thing of the future. The increasing amount of digital content will see to that. Semantic web technologies will probably add important features to digital libraries like semantic interoperability, better browsing, searching and filtering capabilities and delegating routine tasks of cataloguing, metadata annotation etc to automated agents. Simple algorithms and brute computing power will make your local librarian rarer and rarer. Another fact that also point in that direction is that one of the major costs for classic libraries are staff, facilities and materials, in that order. The future digital library more or less depend on materials only. Now and in the future computers can rank and find documents, they can evaluate, make citation analysis, they can extract references from a document and link them to the full text source (SFX). Better ways of extracting and inserting meta data are under development. The low cost of these operations are bringing medical research to new audiences. The challenge for medical research and digital libraries of the future is to handle the increasing automisation of the research sources in a way that makes these resources manageable and available to a broader audience. This certainly can not be done without the specialist librarian working as an interface between the machine and the customer. Digital libraries and resources in the Medical field comes in many shapes. A few good examples of what is available today as Open Access on the Internet is presented like Bioline International, BioMed Central, Public Library of Science (PLOS) etc.

  • 19.
    Linde, Peter
    Blekinge Institute of Technology, The Library.
    Hur ser forskningssamarbetet ut på BTH?: Samförfattarskap, nyckelord, tidskrifter och organisationer2016Other (Other (popular science, discussion, etc.))
    Abstract [sv]

    Jag med hjälp av data från ISI Web of Science mellan åren 2013-mars 2016 samt data från vår egen publiceringsdatabas under samma tidsperiod, gjort visualiseringar av samförfattande, nyckelord och citerade tidskrifter samt medförfattares affilieringar för att få ledtrådar hur forskningssamarbete och -publiceringar ser ut den aktuella perioden.

  • 20.
    Linde, Peter
    Blekinge Institute of Technology, The Library.
    Hur ser forskningssamarbetet ut på BTH: Samförfattarskap, nätverk och ämnen 2011 - mars 20122012Other (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    I BTHs forsknings- och utbildningsstrategi poängteras betydelsen av gränsöverskridande forskning. Men går det då att få en överblick av forskningssamarbetet på BTH och hur mycket man samarbetar över gränserna? Med hjälp av en sk. samförfattarkarta kan man få en indikation om vilka forskningskluster som existerar på BTH och vilka personer som är centrala i dessa nätverk och hur nätverken interagerar. Lägger man sedan pussel med klassificeringsämnen och nyckelord kan man få en uppfattning om vilka ämnen och inriktningar som dominerar forskningen. Och tittar man på medförfattande icke-BTH-forskares affiliationer i artiklarna så ger det en antydan om vilka organisationer forskarna på BTH samarbetar med utanför sin egen organisation. För att undersöka samförfattande har jag använt programvaran Network Workbench och data från BTHs eget öppna arkiv (http://www.bth.se/fou/forskinfo.nsf/) från 2010 och fram till maj 2012. Jag har tittat på följande granskade dokumenttyper: konferensartiklar, konferenspresentationer, tidskriftsartiklar och bokkapitel. Dessa har sedan utgjort underlag för att ta fram samförfattarskapskartor för hela BTH samt för varje sektion. Taggmolnen med ämnesord är skapade genom att plocka termer från en ISI WoS sökning i adressfältet på begreppet ”Blek*” åren 2011-mars 2012. Ur denna mängd har sedan plockats samtliga poster med BTH affiliation (117). Dessa importerades till Excel där termerna i ID, och SC-fälten separerades och kördes var för sig i Wordle (http://www.wordle.net/). Samma procedur genomfördes för att skapa informationen om samarbetspartners utanför BTH med hjälp av fältet C1.

  • 21.
    Linde, Peter
    Blekinge Institute of Technology, The Library.
    Högskolebibliotekets årsberättelse 20152016Other (Other (popular science, discussion, etc.))
  • 22. Linde, Peter
    Introduction to Digital Libraries: Memex of the Future2006In: Digital Spectrum: Integrating Technology and Culture. Supplement to the Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Electronic Publishing / [ed] Kreulich, Klaus; Linde, Peter; Pleschacher, Stefan; Hübler, Arved, Sofia: FOI-Commerce , 2006, 15-32 p.Chapter in book (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    In this article, different definitions of the term Digital Libraries are discussed. Two major definitions are dwelled upon: one emerging from the library world and the other from the world of scientific research. Librarians tend to speak for a broader definition of the term “Library”. They see a library as an organisation that secures the selection, conservation, organisation, preservation and the access to information that is vital for the members of the specific organisation. Researchers most often favour a narrower definition of the library concept. For them a library could be any room containing a smaller or bigger amount of books or data discs or tape cassettes. Researchers seldom care for the social and institutional context of the term “Library”. Their emphasis is tilted towards databases and how to collect, retrieve, organise and access the information. Future use, development and problems of Digital Libraries, their content, users and their staffing are discussed. For example, the technical issues which include the problem with standards and protocols. To bring the distributed variety of digital resources and services together in a way that allow for integration and unified search, retrieval and presentation is a great challenge for the future. So is the problem of transferring personalised service and support from standard library and information services to the digital library. A user interface can hardly replace person to person service but better user interfaces must be developed and researched in order to help users.

  • 23. Linde, Peter
    Publiceringsregler för forskare vid Blekinge Tekniska Högskola2011Report (Other academic)
    Abstract [sv]

    Publiceringsreglerna fastställda i Fakultetsnämnden 2011‐06‐01. Detta dokument innehåller förutom ett antal principer för publicering av forskningsartikler mm. en deskriptiv och konstruktiv lots för hur den enskilde forskaren vid BTH kan göra för att uppfylla olika villkor och önskemål vad gäller Open Access i allmänhet och forskningspublicering i synnerhet.

  • 24.
    Linde, Peter
    Blekinge Institute of Technology, The Library.
    Publikationsstatistik för BTH 2006 – 2011: Rapport för årsredovisningen 20112012Other (Other academic)
  • 25.
    Linde, Peter
    Blekinge Institute of Technology, The Library.
    Publikationsstatistik för BTH 2008-2012: Rapport för årsredovisningen 20122013Other (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    Som ett underlag för publiceringsredovisningen i årsberättelsen 2012 vid BTH har jag tagit fram ny publiceringsstatistik ur BTHs forskningsdatabas (FDB) som täcker de aktuella kvalitetsgranskade dokumenten som publiceras av forskare på BTH 2008 och framåt. Innehållet i FDB har kompletterats genom import av ”BTH- poster” från ISI Web of Science (ISI WoS) och Scopus. Sökningen i ISI WoS för året 2012 gjordes 121129 enligt specifikationerna nedan. Observera att dokumenttypen review räknas som tidskriftsartikel i den redovisade statistiken. I kategorin tidskriftsartiklar har ej typen ”Letter/ Notes” medtagits. En liknande sökning I Scopus för året 2012 gjordes 121203. Posterna fördelades sedan mellan de 5 sektionerna (COM, ING, DSN, HAL, MAM) via författartillhörighet baserat på min kännedom eller uppslag i FDB eller BTHs addressbok.

  • 26.
    Linde, Peter
    Blekinge Institute of Technology, The Library.
    Publikationsstatistik för BTH 2008-2013: Rapport för årsredovisningen 20132013Other (Other academic)
  • 27.
    Linde, Peter
    Blekinge Institute of Technology, The Library.
    Publikationsstatistik för BTH 2009 – 2015: Rapport för årsredovisningen 20152016Other (Other (popular science, discussion, etc.))
  • 28.
    Linde, Peter
    Blekinge Institute of Technology, The Library.
    Publikationsstatistik för BTH 2009-2014: Rapport för årsredovisningen 20142014Other (Other academic)
  • 29.
    Linde, Peter
    Blekinge Institute of Technology, The Library.
    Riktlinjer för publicering för forskare vid Blekinge Tekniska Högskola: Reviderade april 20162016Report (Other academic)
  • 30.
    Linde, Peter
    Blekinge Institute of Technology, The Library.
    Statistik över nedladdade fulltextfiler och mest besökta publikationer i BTHs DiVA-databas juni-nov. 20152015Other (Other (popular science, discussion, etc.))
  • 31. Linde, Peter
    Swedish Researchers meet Open Access: Project Progress Report2009In: ScieCom Info, E-ISSN 1652-3202, Vol. 5, no 2Article in journal (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    Under ett och ett halvt år har representanter från 8 svenska lärosäten samarbetat i projektet ”Forskarmöten om Open Access”, finansierat av programmet OpenAccess.se. Projektet ska vara genomfört senast vid utgången av 2009 och har som uppgift att via halvdussinet seminarier sprida kunskap om Open Access till svenska forskare. Detta görs också på webben via den informationssajt (http://www.searchguide.se/oa/) som utvecklas och administreras inom projektet. Den 5e november avslutas seminarieserien i Göteborg med en större satsning där vi lyfter blicken och försöker bjuda på några internationella utblickar. Föreläsare från CERN och PLoS är inbjudna och vi hoppas att detta seminarium tillsammans med projektets andra aktiviteter bidragit till en ökad medvetenhet bland svenska forskare om möjligheterna att göra sina resultat fritt tillgängliga för alla.

  • 32.
    Linde, Peter
    Blekinge Institute of Technology, The Library.
    Var ligger Literien?: Kartläggning av ett projekt i vardande1999In: Human IT, ISSN 1402-1501, E-ISSN 1402-151X, no 4Article in journal (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    Att syssla med elektronisk publicering inger mig ibland en känsla av att befinna sig i ett land som bara existerar för stunden och sedan ständigt förvandlas till nya topografiska definitioner. Denna lätt ångestskapande, men jag erkänner, också nervkittlande känsla, har för min del blivit allt mer påtaglig under det senaste året. Inom området existerar en i det närmaste total förvirring vad det gäller lagringsformat, standarder, copyright, mjukvara, hårdvara, operativsystem etc för att inte tala om märkliga termer och akronymer som vimlar omkring. Ett antal kartor över territoriet existerar men oberoende av vilken man väljer stämmer de aldrig i praktiken. Det är missförståndens förlovade land. Min fru, som arbetar med undervisning i invandrarsvenska, berättade nyligen en historia som jag tycker på pricken fångar den här känslan. Hon hade haft en introduktionskurs för nyanlända studenter och avslutningsvis bett dem fylla i ett frågeformulär för att skatta deras kunskapsnivå. En av frågorna löd: "Talar du något annat språk än ditt hemspråk? I så fall vilket/vilka?" Vid genomgången av formulären senare på eftermiddagen noterade hon att en av studenterna hade svarat: "engelska och literiska". Literiska – vad är det för språk? Var ligger Literien? Ligurien finns ju och Litauen. Kanske nånstans i närheten där…? Kollegor rådfrågades och huvuden bryddes över atlas och geografiska uppslagsverk. Inget Literien. Frågan fick anstå till nästa dag…då den polska studenten ifråga upplyste sin förvånade lärare att Literien helt enkelt borde ha tolkats som "engelska och lite ri[y]ska"! Jag återger den här historien för den fick mig direkt att associera till den förbistrade begreppsapparat jag försöker hantera i kantlinjen av det virtuella och det verkliga inom elektronisk publicering. Ständiga klumpar i halsen påminner en om att man borde veta bättre om nya varianter av programmeringsspråk/filformat/protokoll etc. Denna osäkerhet är allmän och jag tror inte det finns något sätt att övervinna den förutom att ge sig huvudstupa in i det praktiska arbetet att rita egna kartor över gungflyet eller åtminstone försöka tillföra vettig information till de goda kartor som ändå finns. Det arbetet kräver inte bara mod/dumdristighet utan också en viss orientering om den omgivande terrängen samt en stark övertygelse om att vi måste arbeta med standarder och lösningar som kan återanvändas genom åren. I den övertygelsen hoppas jag att följande redogörelse av ett EP-projekts tillblivelse och vedermödor kan upplysa och upplyfta den som står i begrepp att själv starta ett dylikt projekt eller som på något sätt står på randen till att ta steget in i den snåriga men spännande virtuella publiceringsvärlden.

  • 33.
    Linde, Peter
    Blekinge Institute of Technology, The Library.
    Årsberättelse 2016 Högskolebiblioteket BTH2017Other (Other (popular science, discussion, etc.))
  • 34.
    Linde, Peter
    Blekinge Institute of Technology, The Library.
    Öppen data: en ny utmaning för forskningsbiblioteken2014In: Biblioteksbladet, ISSN 0006-1867, no 9, 14-15 p.Article in journal (Other academic)
    Abstract [sv]

    I snart 20 år har svenska bibliotekarier arbetet för att realisera open access inom vetenskaplig publicering. Men det är först det senaste året man talar om att en vändpunkt nåtts; att över 50 procent av publikationerna finns öppet tillgängliga. Nu hoppas vi på nerförsbacke och kanske en del frihjul framöver men så dyker en ny krök i vägen upp som pockar på uppmärksamhet – öppen data. Plötsligt duger inte kompetensen och verktygslådan längre.

  • 35.
    Linde, Peter
    et al.
    Blekinge Institute of Technology, The Library.
    Ahnström, Eva-Lisa
    Blekinge Institute of Technology, The Library.
    BTH Newsletter on Science Publishing and Information about Research Funding: March 20162016Other (Other (popular science, discussion, etc.))
  • 36. Linde, Peter
    et al.
    Björklund, Carin
    Eriksson, Jörgen
    Svensson, Aina
    Self-Archiving in Practice: What do the Researchers Say and is there any Pain Alleviation?2009Conference paper (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    The purpose of the study was to increase self-archiving of scientific articles in Swedish open archives and thus contribute to the dissemination and increased visibility of Swedish research and to a greater impact for the individual researcher. We wanted to find out what obstacles may occur in the self-archiving process and how the database SHERPA/RoMEO functions as support for control of the publishers’ conditions. We engaged 40 researchers at 7 Swedish institutes of higher education to self-archive their peer-reviewed journal articles from the last 5 years. The result was that 140 publications were self-archived in the open archives of these universities and university colleges. After the self-archiving was carried out we followed up on the researchers’ experiences and wiewpoints in the form of oral interviews. We have found several imperfections and problems in the process of self-archiving. These issues are discussed and then we conclude with suggestions for measures to take, which we believe are crucial to making self-archiving generally accepted in the world of research and therefore increasing the dissemination of research results.

  • 37. Linde, Peter
    et al.
    Björklund, Carin
    Svensson, Aina
    Putting a National Portal for Undergraduate Theses into Production2005Conference paper (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    This paper discusses processes and experiences gained from creating a national portal (Uppsök) for Swedish undergraduate theses, using a common metadata model and set structure with agreements on semantics on top of OAI-PMH and harvesting from several data providers into a central service provider at the Swedish Royal Library.

  • 38.
    Linde, Peter
    et al.
    Blekinge Institute of Technology, The Library.
    Eriksson, Jörgen
    Kullman, Lars
    Fathli, Margareta
    Karlsson, Klemens
    Sikström, Marjatta
    Sköld, Ylva
    Tång, Ingela
    Accessibility and Self Archiving of Conference Articles: A Study on a Selection of Swedish Institutional Repositories2011In: Information Services and Use, ISSN 0167-5265, Vol. 31, no 3-4, 259-269 p.Article in journal (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    The main purpose of this project has been to examine the accessibility of refereed conference articles and the OA- and publishing policies of conferences in order to in this way elucidate different aspects concerning self-archiving in Swedish institutional repositories. For this purpose, the project participants have examined a number of conferences and references to conference articles via their institutional repositories during a specific time period and described these from the perspective of a common scheme. The study has showed that the local institutional repositories fill an important role to make conference publications visible. We have found that ca. 50 % of the conference papers can be published as postprints in our institutional repositories. We have noticed that ca. 15% or the studied conference articles are not available at all. It is, therefore, of great importance to use local institutional repositories as a publishing channel, not only for primary published material such as dissertations and reports, but also as a source for finding these conference articles “without a home”. Between 20-25 % of the examined articles were found in some type of OA archive; ca. half of these were found in one of the project participants’ own institutional repositories. This indicates that the publishing database of respective higher education institution is an important factor for open accessibility. Ca. 10% of the conferences in the study had an explicit OA policy or expressed such a policy by openly making conference articles accessible on their conference sites. A big problem when it comes to self-archiving of conference articles is the lack of information about OA policy. The landscape of conference publishing is complex and the self-archiving of documents from conferences is very time-consuming. Above all, we would wish a policy resource for conferences similar to the SHERPA/RoMEO. At present, however, there is no other alternative than scrutinizing the conferences’ copyright information to the authors and from this attempt to draw conclusions about possible self-archiving. To facilitate the future handling and classification of conference articles in Swedish institutional repositories a number of recommendations are suggested.

  • 39.
    Linde, Peter
    et al.
    Blekinge Institute of Technology, The Library.
    Eriksson, Jörgen
    Kullman, Lars
    Fathli, Margareta
    Karlsson, Klemens
    Sikström, Marjatta
    Sköld, Ylva
    Tång, Ingela
    Accessibility and Self Archiving of Conference Articles: A Study on a Selection of Swedish Institutional Repositories2012Conference paper (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    The main purpose of this project has been to examine the accessibility of refereed conference articles and the OA- and publishing policies of conferences in order to in this way elucidate different aspects concerning self-archiving in Swedish institutional repositories. For this purpose, the project participants have examined a number of conferences and references to conference articles via their institutional repositories during a specific time period and described these from the perspective of a common scheme. The study has showed that the local institutional repositories fill an important role to make conference publications visible. We have found that ca. 50 % of the conference papers can be published as postprints in our institutional repositories. We have noticed that ca. 15% or the studied conference articles are not available at all. It is, therefore, of great importance to use local institutional repositories as a publishing channel, not only for primary published material such as dissertations and reports, but also as a source for finding these conference articles “without a home”. Between 20-25 % of the examined articles were found in some type of OA archive; ca. half of these were found in one of the project participants’ own institutional repositories. This indicates that the publishing database of respective higher education institution is an important factor for open accessibility. Ca. 10% of the conferences in the study had an explicit OA policy or expressed such a policy by openly making conference articles accessible on their conference sites. A big problem when it comes to self-archiving of conference articles is the lack of information about OA policy. The landscape of conference publishing is complex and the self-archiving of documents from conferences is very time-consuming. Above all, we would wish a policy resource for conferences similar to the SHERPA/RoMEO. At present, however, there is no other alternative than scrutinizing the conferences’ copyright information to the authors and from this attempt to draw conclusions about possible self-archiving.

  • 40.
    Linde, Peter
    et al.
    Blekinge Institute of Technology, The Library.
    Eva-Lisa, Ahnström
    Blekinge Institute of Technology, The Library.
    BTH Newsletter on Science Publishing and Information about research funding: December 20152015Other (Other (popular science, discussion, etc.))
  • 41. Linde, Peter
    et al.
    Grahn, Håkan
    Strategic Publishing Rules – a Manual for Researchers2011In: ScieCom Info, E-ISSN 1652-3202, Vol. 7, no 4Article in journal (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    At Blekinge Institute of Technology (BTH) attempts have been made to with different means motivate researchers to publish in ISI-ranked journals as an adjustment to the resource distribution- and evaluation system of Swedish research policy. This means that we have to stimulate ISI publishing at the same time as we want to meet the research funders’ requirements and make use of the advantages that open access to the research publications of BTH give in the form of increased exposure. The matter is now about finding ways that fulfill both goals. It is unambiguously so that a mere Open Access policy, whether it comes from one’s own higher education institution or from other national research actors, is not sufficient. Particularly not if the policy is in conflict with the established publishing culture among the researchers who not seldom regard the new rules as a counter direction to local and national recommendations to publish in ISI-ranked journals. This is why the Faculty Board at BTH has anchored, supplemented and increased their OA policy document with a descriptive and constructive manual for the individual researcher on how to act to fulfill different conditions and requirements concerning OA generally and research publishing in particular. A policy that does not only provide fundamental support but that also paves the way for administrative systems that give researchers practical support to publish OA and the possibility to choose publishing ways of high quality, favouring both the author and the organization.

  • 42.
    Linde, Peter
    et al.
    Blekinge Institute of Technology, The Library.
    Noorman, Merel
    Wessels, Bridgette A.
    Sveinsdottir, Thordis
    How can libraries and other academic stakeholders engage in making data open?2014In: Information Services and Use, ISSN 0167-5265, Vol. 34, no 3/4, 211-219 p.Article in journal (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    In this paper we will address the questions of what and where the value of open access to research data might be and how libraries and related stakeholders can contribute to achieve the benefits of freely sharing data. In particular, the emphasis is on how libraries need to acquire the competence for collaboration to train and encourage researchers and library staff to work with open data. The paper is based on the early results of the RECODE project, an EU FP7 project that addresses the drivers and barriers in developing open access to research data in Europe (http://www.recodeproject.eu).

  • 43.
    Linde, Peter
    et al.
    Blekinge Institute of Technology, The Library.
    Norling, Eva
    Blekinge Institute of Technology, The Library.
    Pettersson, Anette
    Blekinge Institute of Technology, The Library.
    Petersson, Lena
    Blekinge Institute of Technology, The Library.
    Pettersson, Kent
    Blekinge Institute of Technology, The Library.
    Stockmann, Anna
    Blekinge Institute of Technology, The Library.
    Swartz, Sofia
    Blekinge Institute of Technology, The Library.
    Researchers and Open Data: Attitudes and Culture at Blekinge Institute of Technology2015In: New Avenues for Electronic Publishing in the Age of Infinite Collections and Citizen Science: Scale, Openness and Trust: Proceedings of the 19th International Conference on Electronic Publishing, / [ed] Birgit Schmidt and Milena Dobreva, IOS Press, 2015Conference paper (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    During March 2015, the Blekinge Institute of Technology library carried out an interview survey comprising around 36 senior researchers and postdocs mainly in engineering sciences, with the objective to get a picture of how research data is managed at BTH and to find out what the researcher attitudes are to sharing data. The survey showed that most researchers in the study were positive to sharing research data but lacked any experience of making data management plans and had little or no knowledge of data preservation or of sharing open data. Uncertainties about data ownership are also an issue.

  • 44. Linde, Peter
    et al.
    Stjernberg, Helena
    Svensson, Aina
    Open Access at Swedish Universities and University Colleges: From Headwind to Tailwind?2009In: ScieCom Info, E-ISSN 1652-3202, Vol. 5, no 4Article in journal (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    From the autumn of 2008 up to the autumn of 2009 five seminars have been carried out at Swedish universities and university colleges with the purpose of increasing researchers’ knowledge of Open Access. The seminars have been arranged within the project ”Researcher meetings on Open Access” which is funded by the program OpenAcess.se of the National Library of Sweden. Open Access is, today, a relatively well-known concept at universities and university colleges, which presumably is one of the reasons why all the seminars have attracted a great number of researchers and doctoral candidates. The details on how Open Access publishing works are, however, not equally well known, and therefore this type of seminars work in an informative and elucidatory way concerning, for example, parallel publishing, copyright, and increased visibility. It is clear that the libraries now find themselves in a new phase regarding their work with Open Access. Focused information work will be needed for a time to come at our Swedish universities and university colleges on account of the position recently adopted by the Swedish Research Council in regard to Open Access demanding that research funded by the Council must be openly accessible within 6 months after publication. This means that the research libraries will keep playing an important role. In this article we, who have participated in the project, want to convey our experiences from the seminars which have been carried out and discuss the further work of the research libraries to inform and support researchers in matters concerning Open Access.

  • 45. Linde, Peter
    et al.
    Svensson, Aina
    Creating OA Information for Researchers2008Conference paper (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    Open Access Information is a website containing digital learning resources within different aspects of Open Access. The resources consist of text documents, power point presentations and flyers which are free for all to access and download. The purpose is to contribute to growing competence and awareness of Open Access publishing and self-archiving among researchers. More time and effort can be devoted to teaching and marketing by sharing learning resources among university staff. Working in this way we aim to increase the number of records in Swedish OA repositories. Seven Swedish universities have jointly produced these resources with backing from the National Library of Sweden. All resources are published under a Creative Commons licence, which means that users are able to download, reuse and also upload changed and updated material. The Open Access Information will continue to enhance its website and introduce Open Access to researchers by giving six seminars on the subject at Swedish universities during the period autumn 2008 and spring 2009.

  • 46. Linde, Peter
    et al.
    Svensson, Aina
    Stjernberg, Helena
    Open access vid svenska lärosäten: från motvind till medvind?2010In: Infotrend - Nordisk tidskrift för informationsspecialister, ISSN 1653-0225, Vol. 65, no 1, 32-39 p.Article in journal (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    From the autumn of 2008 up to the autumn of 2009 five seminars have been carried out at Swedish universities and university colleges with the purpose of increasing researchers’ knowledge of Open Access. The seminars have been arranged within the project ”Researcher meetings on Open Access” which is funded by the program OpenAcess.se of the National Library of Sweden. Open Access is, today, a relatively well-known concept at universities and university colleges, which presumably is one of the reasons why all the seminars have attracted a great number of researchers and doctoral candidates. The details on how Open Access publishing works are, however, not equally well known, and therefore this type of seminars work in an informative and elucidatory way concerning, for example, parallel publishing, copyright, and increased visibility. It is clear that the libraries now find themselves in a new phase regarding their work with Open Access. Focused information work will be needed for a time to come at our Swedish universities and university colleges on account of the position recently adopted by the Swedish Research Council in regard to Open Access demanding that research funded by the Council must be openly accessible within 6 months after publication. This means that the research libraries will keep playing an important role. In this article we, who have participated in the project, want to convey our experiences from the seminars which have been carried out and discuss the further work of the research libraries to inform and support researchers in matters concerning Open Access.

  • 47.
    Linde, Peter
    et al.
    Blekinge Institute of Technology, The Library.
    Wessels, Bridgette A.
    Sveinsdottir, Thordis
    Noorman, Merel
    How Can Libraries and Other Academic Institutions Engage in Making Data Open?2014Conference paper (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    In this paper we will address the questions of what and where the value of open access to research data might be and how libraries and related stakeholders can contribute to achieve the benefits of freely sharing data. In particular, the emphasis will be on how libraries need to acquire the competence for collaboration to train and encourage researchers and library staff to work with open data. The paper is based on the early results of the RECODE project, an EU FP7 project that addresses the drivers and barriers in developing open access to research data in Europe (http://www.recodeproject.eu).

  • 48.
    Linde, Peter
    et al.
    Blekinge Institute of Technology, The Library.
    Wessels, Bridgette
    Smallwood, Rod
    Price, Lada
    Noorman, Merel
    Wyatt, Sally
    Sondervan, Jeroen
    Feasibility of using existing open access networks to support the harmonization of open access2015Report (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    In this report we identify and assess different options for bringing together and mobilizing relevant stakeholders in the open access arena. This builds on previous work done in the RECODE project about the open access stakeholder ecosystem, the barriers and the enablers for open access to research data as well as on the RECODE overarching policy recommendations set out in the RECODE work package 5. We have identified a sample of existing networks and organizations to determine whether they are able to meet stakeholder needs and mobilization objectives for open access, data preservation, dissemination and use, and what these organizations can or must do in order to better mobilize stakeholders in order to meet the policy recommendations. We have identified not only examples of good practice but also the barriers not addressed by any currently available structures or organizations. While there are many forces striving to make data sharing common practice, there is still a lack of an overarching, international initiative to implement necessary requirements for making data sharing a truly international community asset. Within the European community the prerequisites and the ambitions are very different among the member states. Even amongst those countries where open access has long been on the agenda, there remain issues and barriers to be addressed. For example, training is needed in most of the stakeholder groups; investment in infrastructure building and funding is required in most institutions dealing with open access to research data; much work remains to be done to convince researchers that sharing data is a good idea. These are just a few of the obstacles that still need attention despite good, on-going efforts by individuals, organizations and states.

  • 49. Martens, Bob
    et al.
    Linde, Peter
    Klinc, Robert
    Holmberg, Per
    Enhancing the Sustainability of Electronic Access to ELPUB Proceedings: Means for Long-term Dissemination2008Conference paper (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    ELPUB can look back on a track record of a steadily growing number of conference papers. From a long-term perspective, access to this body of knowledge is of great interest to the community. Beyond this, extended preoccupation with the collected scientific work in the area of digital publishing has to be mentioned. Naturally, the authors are particularly focussed on the individual paper itself and possible connections with related efforts. Typically, conferences amplify and enhance opportunities of “getting- together”. A well-stocked repository may, however, serve in this respect as a fruitful complementary addition. In this contribution, the implementation of persistent identifiers on the existing ELPUB.scix.net-base is elaborated in detail. Furthermore, the authors present the result of efforts related to the harvesting of ELPUB-metadata and to the creation of a citation index. The paper concludes with an outlook on future plans.

  • 50. Noorman, Merel
    et al.
    Kalaitzi, Vasso
    Angelaki, Marina
    Tsoukala, Victoria
    Linde, Peter
    Blekinge Institute of Technology, The Library.
    Sveinsdottir, Thordis
    Price, Lada
    Wessels, Bridgette
    Institutional barriers and good practice solutions2014Report (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    Open access to research data provides many benefits to science and society, but as the open access trend grows it becomes increasingly clear that providing unrestricted access to research data is not inherently a “good thing”, and it is certainly not easy to achieve. The RECODE project looks at the grand challenges associated with open access and data preservation and dissemination, including technological and infrastructural, legal and ethical, and institutional and policy issues. In particular, it seeks to understand and use the fragmentation between and within disciplines in order to address these challenges. The aim is to produce policy recommendations for open access to research data, based on existing good practice. In this fourth RECODE deliverable we focus on the challenges faced by institutions, such as archives, libraries, universities, data centres and funding bodies, in making open access to research data possible. Policy makers and the scientific community expect these institutions to play an important role in creating and funding data sharing infrastructures and stimulating and assisting researchers to make their research material public. They look towards these institutions to curate and preserve information, and provide guidance to researchers in managing their data.

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