The 2016 Scholarly Communication Institute is over, though the projects and relationships nurtured here are just beginning.
SCI participants documented the experience and their ideas in real time, mostly on Twitter, but also in blog posts and shared documents. Here are some highlights from the week, and information about projects that were launched after being incubated at SCI 2016:
- Storify thread collecting many of the tweets, links, and photos shared by SCI participants
- All tweets with the #TriangleSCI hashtag
- Blog post summarizing SCI 2016 by Rosario Rogel Salazar (in Spanish)
- A series of posts on Medium from the HuMetrics team, who blogged their SCI work daily
- Humetrics values, by Nicky Agate
- From Metrics to Values by Christopher Long
- Enriching vs. corrosive values in academia: which do our current metrics reinforce? by Stacy Konkiel
- First day at TriangleSCI by Simone Sacchi
- The Value of Openness by Rebecca Kennison
- Scales of Measurement and the Public Good by Jason Rhody
- Influence vs. impact: which are humanists really trying to achieve? by Stacy Konkiel
- On Quality by Jason Rhody
- The Excellences of Scholarship: Collegiality by Christopher Long
- Equity as a Core Value by Rebecca Kennison
- On “Openness” by Simone Sacchi
- Community as a Humanistic Value by Nicky Agate
- Changing Behavior by Changing Incentives by Rebecca Kennison
- Nurturing Fulfilling Scholarly Lives by Christopher Long
- The Syllabus as Scholarship by Nicky Agate
- The Syllabus as HuMetrics Case Study by Jason Rhody
- A surprisingly obvious way to incentivize openness in academia by Stacy Konkiel
- Planning documents and reflections from the Social Integration for the Distributed Commons team
- Project proposal
- Working document
- Slides from summary presentation on the last day of SCI 2016
- Social Integration for the Distributed Commons blog post by Janneke Adema
- Future white paper based on this group’s work at SCI 2016 will likely be part of this liquid book, The Academia.Edu Files
- Thinking Critically about Scholarship, Teaching and Learning by Donna Lanclos
- Digital Edition Publishing Cooperatives program born at SCI 2016 launched in March 2017 by NHPRC and Mellon Foundation
- Many voices: Building a consortium of small scholarly societies program, based on an idea incubated at SCI 2016 by the “Does One Size Fit All? Small Societies, Humanities Journals, and the Risk and Promise of Open Access Conversion” team, launches with support from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
- HuMetricsHSS – Rethinking humane indicators of excellence in the humanities and social sciences program launches with support from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
- [More links will be added here as they become available.]
Planning will soon begin for SCI 2017. One of the things we’ll need to decide is what the overall theme/topic will be for next year (see this year’s for an example). We’d like to hear your suggestions for this! Please send them to email@example.com or leave a comment below. We expect to announce a new RFP in January. Check back on trianglesci.org or @TriangleSCI for the announcement then.
A big thanks again to everybody who participated, and especially to the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation for making this possible and to our partners at Duke University, North Carolina Central University, North Carolina State University, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, the Triangle Research Libraries Network, the National Humanities Center, and the American Council of Learned Societies for their work to make it a success.