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Proposal for an interactive repository for student e-prints and working papers
 
Proposal for an interactive repository for student e-prints and working papers
What is it?
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  1. Repository
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* What is it?
          a. Open access
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** Repository
          b. Online database
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*** Open access
          c. Not formally peer-reviewed
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*** Online database
                  i. cf. arXiv: “Papers will be entered in the listings in order of receipt
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*** Not formally peer-reviewed
                      on an impartial basis and appearance of a paper is not intended in
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**** cf. arXiv: "Papers will be entered in the listings in order of receipt on an impartial basis and appearance of a paper is not intended in any way to convey tacit approval of its assumptions, methods, or conclusions by any agent (electronic, mechanical, or other). We reserve the right to reject any inappropriate submissions. This site should not be used to distribute non-technical information (such as news or information about political causes of potential special interest to the academic community). Submission of an abstract without an accompanying paper will be rejected outright."
                      any way to convey tacit approval of its assumptions, methods, or
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**** cf. PLoS ONE: "Each submission will be assessed by a member of the PLoS ONE Editorial Board before publication. This pre-publication peer review will concentrate on technical rather than subjective concerns and may involve discussion with other members of the Editorial Board and/or the solicitation of formal reports from independent referees. If published, papers will be made available for community-based open peer review involving online annotation, discussion, and rating."
                      conclusions by any agent (electronic, mechanical, or other). We
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*** Open to papers in all disciplines
                      reserve the right to reject any inappropriate submissions. This site
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*** OAI-compliant
                      should not be used to distribute non-technical information (such as
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*** Run on free & open source software
                      news or information about political causes of potential special
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*** Open API: allow export of data to other services
                      interest to the academic community). Submission of an abstract
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**** e.g. Facebook, del.icio.us
                      without an accompanying paper will be rejected outright.”
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** Interactive (cf. PLoS ONE)
                  ii. cf. PLoS ONE: “Each submission will be assessed by a member of
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*** Allow user ratings, comments, annotation
                      the PLoS ONE Editorial Board before publication. This pre-
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**** Could allow mark-up of particular sections of text (cf. GPL v3 revision)
                      publication peer review will concentrate on technical rather than
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*** Employ readership data
                      subjective concerns and may involve discussion with other
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**** e.g. "Most popular papers this week / month / year," "Most popular papers in this field," "Highest user ratings"
                      members of the Editorial Board and/or the solicitation of formal
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**** e.g. "Users who liked this paper also liked..."
                      reports from independent referees. If published, papers will be
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** Student e-prints and working papers
                      made available for community-based open peer review involving
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*** E-prints: Papers accepted for publication, theses, dissertations
                      online annotation, discussion, and rating.”
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**** May or may not have been through formal peer-review process
          d. Open to papers in all disciplines
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**** May or may not have been published in formal journal (may have been published in ad-hoc, student-run journal)
          e. OAI-compliant
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**** May or may not be accepted in institutional repository (if available)
          f. Run on free & open source software
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**** May or may not be accepted in subject repository (if available)
          g. Open API: allow export of data to other services
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*** Working papers: Papers for class or academic requirements, drafts
                  i. e.g. Facebook, del.icio.us
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**** Generally will fail all of the criteria above
  2. Interactive (cf. PLoS ONE)
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* How students could use the site
          a. Allow user ratings, comments, annotation
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** Read
                  i. Could allow mark-up of particular sections of text (cf. GPL v3
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*** For enjoyment or intellectual advancement
                      revision)
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*** For help with a paper or assignment
          b. Employ readership data
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**** See what others have written about a given topic
                  i. e.g. “Most popular papers this week / month / year,” “Most popular
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**** See what sources others have used in papers about a given topic
                      papers in this field,” “Highest user ratings”
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***** Could build in "Web of Science" feature: Find other papers that have cited the same source, "Papers that cited this source also cited..."
                  ii. e.g. “Users who liked this paper also liked...”
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** Upload
  3. Student e-prints and working papers
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*** For visibility / to increase readership
          a. E-prints: Papers accepted for publication, theses, dissertations
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*** For the advancement of science
                  i. May or may not have been through formal peer-review process
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*** For a class
                  ii. May or may not have been published in formal journal (may have
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**** Could be used as a "turn it in" system: Tag papers for a given assignment
                      been published in ad-hoc, student-run journal)
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***** Allows professor to read online, export to PDF, see time submitted (before the deadline), leave comments, etc.
                iii. May or may not be accepted in institutional repository (if available)
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**** Professors could award extra credit for publishing paper on site
                iv. May or may not be accepted in subject repository (if available)
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*** For feedback on a paper
          b. Working papers: Papers for class or academic requirements, drafts
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**** Could publish drafts anonymously
                  i. Generally will fail all of the criteria above
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**** Upon uploading final draft, could have submission system to OA journals
How students could use the site
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** Annotate
  1. Read
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*** For enjoyment or intellectual advancement
        a. For enjoyment or intellectual advancement
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*** For the advancement of science
        b. For help with a paper or assignment
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*** For a class assignment or extra credit
                i. See what others have written about a given topic
 
              ii. See what sources others have used in papers about a given topic
 
                        1. Could build in “Web of Science” feature: Find other papers
 
                            that have cited the same source, “Papers that cited this
 
                            source also cited...”
 
  2. Upload
 
        a. For visibility / to increase readership
 
        b. For the advancement of science
 
        c. For a class
 
                i. Could be used as a “turn it in” system: Tag papers for a given
 
                  assignment
 
                        1. Allows professor to read online, export to PDF, see time
 
                            submitted (before the deadline), leave comments, etc.
 
              ii. Professors could award extra credit for publishing paper on site
 
        d. For feedback on a paper
 
                i. Could publish drafts anonymously
 
              ii. Upon uploading final draft, could have submission system to OA
 
                  journals
 
  3. Annotate
 
        a. For enjoyment or intellectual advancement
 
        b. For the advancement of science
 
        c. For a class assignment or extra credit
 
  
 
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Revision as of 05:36, 23 July 2007

See File:Student repository.pdf for a description of this!

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Proposal for an interactive repository for student e-prints and working papers

  • What is it?
    • Repository
      • Open access
      • Online database
      • Not formally peer-reviewed
        • cf. arXiv: "Papers will be entered in the listings in order of receipt on an impartial basis and appearance of a paper is not intended in any way to convey tacit approval of its assumptions, methods, or conclusions by any agent (electronic, mechanical, or other). We reserve the right to reject any inappropriate submissions. This site should not be used to distribute non-technical information (such as news or information about political causes of potential special interest to the academic community). Submission of an abstract without an accompanying paper will be rejected outright."
        • cf. PLoS ONE: "Each submission will be assessed by a member of the PLoS ONE Editorial Board before publication. This pre-publication peer review will concentrate on technical rather than subjective concerns and may involve discussion with other members of the Editorial Board and/or the solicitation of formal reports from independent referees. If published, papers will be made available for community-based open peer review involving online annotation, discussion, and rating."
      • Open to papers in all disciplines
      • OAI-compliant
      • Run on free & open source software
      • Open API: allow export of data to other services
        • e.g. Facebook, del.icio.us
    • Interactive (cf. PLoS ONE)
      • Allow user ratings, comments, annotation
        • Could allow mark-up of particular sections of text (cf. GPL v3 revision)
      • Employ readership data
        • e.g. "Most popular papers this week / month / year," "Most popular papers in this field," "Highest user ratings"
        • e.g. "Users who liked this paper also liked..."
    • Student e-prints and working papers
      • E-prints: Papers accepted for publication, theses, dissertations
        • May or may not have been through formal peer-review process
        • May or may not have been published in formal journal (may have been published in ad-hoc, student-run journal)
        • May or may not be accepted in institutional repository (if available)
        • May or may not be accepted in subject repository (if available)
      • Working papers: Papers for class or academic requirements, drafts
        • Generally will fail all of the criteria above
  • How students could use the site
    • Read
      • For enjoyment or intellectual advancement
      • For help with a paper or assignment
        • See what others have written about a given topic
        • See what sources others have used in papers about a given topic
          • Could build in "Web of Science" feature: Find other papers that have cited the same source, "Papers that cited this source also cited..."
    • Upload
      • For visibility / to increase readership
      • For the advancement of science
      • For a class
        • Could be used as a "turn it in" system: Tag papers for a given assignment
          • Allows professor to read online, export to PDF, see time submitted (before the deadline), leave comments, etc.
        • Professors could award extra credit for publishing paper on site
      • For feedback on a paper
        • Could publish drafts anonymously
        • Upon uploading final draft, could have submission system to OA journals
    • Annotate
      • For enjoyment or intellectual advancement
      • For the advancement of science
      • For a class assignment or extra credit

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  • interactive repository for student e-prints and working papers
  • see swapnotes.com
  • would students use it?
    1. read
    2. upload
    3. annotate
    • early adopters would be honors-type students
  • uses:
    • see what people had written about a topic
    • see what sources people had used
      • see comments about sources
    • extra credit
      • for uploading
    • turn it in system for class
    • publish papers anonymous -- you want feedback, but don't want people to know who you are
  • purpose of the site
    • tired of writing papers no one will ever read?
    • get feedback before you turn it in
    • professors: turn it in
      • professors could markup
    • get help (see what others have written)
    • share your work with the world
    • submissions system to OA journals
  • GPL v3 revision system for commenting [- working on a better commenting system [AS]]
    • there's a similar module for Drupal
  • integrate Wikimedia Foundation projects functionality [- working on integrating wiki functionality, have particular reasons for not doing so right now. [AS]]
    • upload to Wikibooks
    • PD sources: link to Wikisource
    • interwiki-like links to WP articles in comments
  • Always interested in new ideas and people who want to help out. Can contact adam@swapnotes.com