NOON TALK Scientific Collaborative Writing Raphaël Grolimund, EPFL Library, Lausanne starting point: Researchers collaborate with a growing number of co-auhtors across institutions and across disciplines 91% 63% 32% 15% 18% 69% 3% 8% World usage (n=20,663) EPFL usage (n=84) SCIENTIFIC COLLABORATIVE WRITING FROM RESEARCH TO PUBLICATIONSeminars for young researchersmodule 1: stay up-to-date on one's research topicmodule 2: scientific collaborative writingmodule 3: scientific publishingmodule 4: research dataMore on (Wallace, Larivière, Gingras 2012)(Gazni, Sugimoto, Didegah 2012)(Bruns 2013)(Kramer, Bosman 2016)(Bosman, Kramer 2016)REFERENCES BOSMAN, Jeroen and KRAMER, Bianca, 2016, Innovations in scholarly communication - data of the global 2015-2016 survey [dataset]. 2016. Zenodo . [Accessed 29 April 2016]. Available from: BRUNS, H. C., 2013, Working Alone Together: Coordination in Collaboration across Domains of Expertise. Academy of Management Journal. 1 February 2013. Vol. 56, no. 1, p. 62–83. DOI 10.5465/amj.2010.0756 . GAZNI, Ali, SUGIMOTO, Cassidy R. and DIDEGAH, Fereshteh, 2012, Mapping world scientific collaboration: Authors, institutions, and countries. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology . February 2012. Vol. 63, no. 2, p. 323–335. DOI 10.1002/asi.21688 . KRAMER, Bianca and BOSMAN, Jeroen, 2016, Innovations in scholarly communication - global survey on research tool usage. F1000Research . 18 April 2016. Vol. 5, p. 692. DOI 10.12688/f1000research.8414.1 . WALLACE, Matthew L., LARIVIÈRE, Vincent and GINGRAS, Yves, 2012, A Small World of Citations? The Influence of Collaboration Networks on Citation Practices. PLOS ONE . 7 March 2012. Vol. 7, no. 3, p. e33339. DOI 10.1371/journal.pone.0033339 . This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License .Bibliothèque de l'EPFL, 2016.Introduction on Collaborative Writing(v1.0 / 25.08.2016).Lastest version available on [ Created with Sozi | Optimized for Firefox ]CREDITS All the icons used in this document were published under CC BY 3.0 license (CC0) on The Noun project (detailed sources listed here ). Authorea, Overleaf and ShareLaTeX logos used with the kind permission of their owners.
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