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  • Kjellberg, Sara (författare)
  • Biblioteksdidaktik
  • 2018
  • Ingår i: Nordisk Tidsskrift for informations- og kulturformidling. - : Det Kgl. Bibliotek. - 2245-2931 .- 2245-294X. ; 7:1, s. 54-56
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  • Kjellberg, Sara, et al. (författare)
  • Researchers' online visibility : tensions of visibility, trust and reputation
  • 2018
  • Ingår i: Online information review (Print). - : Emerald Group Publishing Limited. - 1468-4527 .- 1468-4535.
  • Tidskriftsartikel (refereegranskat)abstract
    • The purpose of this paper is to understand what role researchers assign to online representations on the new digital communication sites that have emerged, such as Academia, ResearchGate or Mendeley. How are researchers’ online presentations created, managed, accessed and, more generally, viewed by academic researchers themselves? And how are expectations of the academic reward system navigated and re-shaped in response to the possibilities afforded by social media and other digital tools? Design/methodology/approach Focus groups have been used for empirical investigation to learn about the role online representation is assigned by the concerned researchers. Findings The study shows that traditional scholarly communication documents are what also scaffolds trust and builds reputation in the new setting. In this sense, the new social network sites reinforce rather than challenge the importance of formal publications. Originality/value An understanding of the different ways in which researchers fathom the complex connection between reputation and trust in relation to online visibility as a measure of, or at least an attempt at, publicity (either within academia or outside it) is essential. This paper emphasizes the need to tell different stories by exploring how researchers understand their own practices and reasons for them.
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  • Sköld, Olle, 1983- (författare)
  • Documenting Videogame Communities : A Study of Community Production of Information in Social-Media Environments and its Implications for Videogame Preservation
  • 2018
  • Doktorsavhandling (övrigt vetenskapligt)abstract
    • Drawing on the disciplines of library and information studies and archival studies, this study seeks to explore the production of information in online videogame communities and to elucidate how such insights can offer practical and conceptual support to the knotty issue of how to preserve those sociocultural aspects of videogames that exist 'beyond' the code and audiovisual data resources of the videogame itself. This is accomplished in two principal moves: (i) by delving into the current state of socioculturally-focused videogame preservation and; (ii) by inquiring into the production of information carried out by videogame communities in what arguably is one of their most important interfaces of interaction—discussion forums, wikis, and other social-media services. The study is based on four papers (I–IV). Paper I develops the theoretical framework of the study on the basis of practice theory and document theory. Papers II and III report on field-studies of videogame-community information production in the context of two processes of importance in community social life: memory-making (II) and knowledge production (III). Paper IV offers a qualitative systematic review of videogame-archiving literature, allowing Papers I–III to be situated in an archival context. The study employs multiple methods and encompasses several empirical sites of inquiry and was inspired by the framework of exploratory research and of 'bricolage' research strategies.The results of the study add to the present state of knowledge on how information in the social-media environments of the large and influential present-day videogaming domain emerges as a result of community practices of production, and how videogame-community social life is entangled with information production in such spaces. The study also furthers archival inquiry on the topic of videogame preservation by providing a description and analysis of what information objects videogame-related social media plausibly hold, and by what communal practices and processes they have been brought into existence. Furthermore, the study examines the consequences of collecting community-produced social media and framing it as documentation of the sociocultural aspects of videogames—a key issue in videogames preservation.
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  • Wogensen, Lotta, et al. (författare)
  • The University Library as the Credible Place for Research Communication and Information Literacy
  • 2018
  • Konferensbidrag (övrigt vetenskapligt)abstract
    • In these times where news and facts are challenged and the discussion of knowledge resistance is highlighted, there is an increased need for strengthening the information literacy competencies among students as well as the public in general. At the same time, universities and their researchers have a need for making their research tangible and for communicating it to the surrounding community. In this project, we meet these demands by presenting research in the form of exhibitions in the most accessible place of the University – the library. University libraries in Sweden are used daily by researchers and students as well as the public and they are a possible link in the dissemination of knowledge to society. The foundation of the project is to bridge the boundary between the work of libraries in the area of formal scholarly communication and the activities of research or science communication, i.e. communication not targeting the academic society, but being part of public involvement. The aim is to create enhanced opportunities for research communication in the library space and to bring together the two strands of information literacy work and dissemination of research results performed by librarians. The library is a place for creation and use of academic knowledge as well as an informal learning environment. The focus is this physical setting and the library as a credible place where communication of research in an exhibition is developed in close collaboration between librarians and researchers and in a format that is interactive, attractive and accessible. The idea is to develop the visitors’ (students, researchers, staff, students from other universities and residents in the city etc.) information literacy and foster a critical stance to news and presentations of research findings. The exhibitions are created to encourage continued learning, for example by connecting the theme of the exhibited research to the library collections for further reading. The key to success is the teamwork that is developed with the researchers and the librarians. The collaboration is not only part of creating the exhibitions, but gives unique opportunities and has explicit synergies in terms of furthering other collaborations among the researchers themselves as well as with the library as a whole, facilitating collection development and fostering the librarians’ knowledge of current research at the university. One concrete result of the project is a model for designing sustainable exhibitions in which the possibilities of a new role for the librarian as a curator-librarian and the library as the credible place is explored. A web-based, five-step model is made available for other libraries - of any size and type - that wish to communicate science and research to their users. The five steps include: idea formation, planning, production, exhibition period, closing. Each step includes a description of the stage in the process, a specific checklist, the reflections on insights from the project and further reading. 
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  • Haider, Jutta, et al. (författare)
  • Research data is a product of (its) time
  • 2017
  • Ingår i: Big data - small meaning and global discourses. - : The Department of Arts and Cultural Sciences, Lund University.
  • Bokkapitel (övrigt vetenskapligt)abstract
    • Research data are complicated things. The question of whether they are things at all is of course contentious. Yet, even if we leave this issue aside for now, there are continuous debates - some would say struggles - over who owns the data, how to handle and describe it, how to store and share more of it and why, in short, who has which interest in it. It is also unclear when it is appropriate to speak of research data in the first place, as opposed to say, publication, document, working material, metadata, catalogue entry and so on.
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  • Sedvall, Karin, et al. (författare)
  • Vägen från policy till praktik : ett studiebesök i Edinburgh Universitetsbiblioteks forskningsdatauniversum
  • 2017
  • Ingår i: REVY. - : Danmarks forskningsbiblioteksforening. - 1904-1969. ; 40:1, s. 6-8
  • Tidskriftsartikel (populärvet., debatt m.m.)abstract
    • Det har skrivits mycket litteratur de senaste åren, dels om forskningsdata generellt och dels om hur stödet kring forskningsdatahanteringen byggs upp, inte minst på universitetsbiblioteken. Utmaningarna är många, från de juridiska frågeställningarna till den faktiska hanteringen av olika typer av data. Vilka specialistkompetenser som är centrala för en framgångsrik verksamhet och hur dessa roller samordnas inom universitet är något som Edinburghs universitetsbibliotek arbetar med. Bland annat har universitetet en policy för forskningsdata sedan 2011 och vi var nyfikna på hur de arbetar med att stödja sina forskare med forskningsdatahantering. På Malmö högskolas bibliotek pågår under 2016 ett projekt för tillgängliggörande av forskningsdata. En studieresa till Edinburgh hösten 2016 kunde genomföras med ett resestipendium från Svensk biblioteksförening.
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  • Sundin, Olof, et al. (författare)
  • The search-ification of everyday life and the mundane-ification of search
  • 2017
  • Ingår i: Journal of Documentation. - : Emerald Group Publishing Limited. - 0022-0418 .- 1758-7379. ; 73:2, s. 224-243
  • Tidskriftsartikel (refereegranskat)abstract
    • Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to understand how meaning is assigned to online searching by viewing it as a mundane, yet often invisible, activity of everyday life and an integrated part of various social practices.Design/methodology/approach – Searching is investigated with a sociomaterial approach with a starting point in information searching as entangled across practices and material arrangements and as a mundane part of everyday life. In total, 21 focus groups with 127 participants have been carried out. The study focusses particularly on peoples’ experiences and meaning-making and on how these experiences and the making of meaning could be understood in the light of algorithmic shaping.Findings – An often-invisible activity such as searching is made visible with the help of focus group discussions. An understanding of the relationship between searching and everyday life through two interrelated narratives is proposed: a search-ification of everyday life and a mundane-ification of search.Originality/value – The study broadens the often narrow focus on searching in order to open up for a research-based discussion in information science on the role of online searching in society and everyday life. 
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  • Sundin, Olof, et al. (författare)
  • War on Terrorism-Data : A Research Note
  • 2017
  • Ingår i: Big data - small meaning and global discourses. - : The Department of Arts and Cultural Sciences, Lund University.
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