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    Entwicklung eines Verfahrens zur automatischen Sammlung, Erschließung und Bereitstellung multimedialer Open-Access-Objekte mittels der Infrastruktur von Wikimedia Commons und Wikidata
    (Zenodo, 2014) Blümel, Ina; Cartellieri, Simone; Heller, Lambert; Wartena, Christian
    [no abstract available]
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    Überblick über den aktuellen Stand der Forschungsberichterstattung: Integration, Standardisierung, verteilte Informationssysteme
    (Karlsruhe : KIT, 2015) Riechert, Mathias; Tobias, Regine; Heller, Lambert; Blümel, Ina; Biesenbender, Sophie
    Dieses Diskussionspapier gibt einen Überblick über die Entwicklung der Forschungsberichterstattung im Wissenschaftssystem. Dabei werden aktuelle Entwicklungen von integrierten Forschungsinformationssystemen und aktuelle Standardisierungsinitiativen aufgezeigt und ein Einblick in ein Umsetzungsprojekt eines verteilten Systems gegeben. Der Beitrag schließt in mit einer Diskussion von Weiterentwicklungsszenarien verteilter Forschungsinformationssysteme im Wis-senschaftssystem.
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    Open practice in science and education – a discussion with researchers and educators who tested to be open
    (Meyrin : CERN, 2020-04-09) Heck, Tamara; Blümel, Ina; Fahrer, Sigrid; Lohner, David; Schneider, Jürgen; Visser, Linda
    How can we make the shift from closed to open practice in research and education? What are incentives for researchers to apply open science and open educational practices, and what hinders them to do so? The OPER study (Open Practices of Educational Researchers), funded by the Leibniz Research Alliance Open Science, investigates those questions. Study participants chose open scenarios for their daily research or teaching practices and tested them for six to 12 month. They wrote down their experiences with and opinions on open practices in dairies. The starting workshop was held in April 2019 with the first round of participants. First discussions on relevant topics were collected in Wikiversity and online pads.
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    Survey: Open Science in Higher Education
    (Zenodo, 2017) Heck, Tamara; Blümel, Ina; Heller, Lambert; Mazarakis, Athanasios; Peters, Isabella; Scherp, Ansgar; Weisel, Luzian
    Based on a checklist that was developed during a workshop at OER Camp 2016 and presented as a Science 2.0 conference 2016 poster [1], we conducted an online survey among university teachers representing a sufficient variety of subjects. The survey was online from Feb 6th to March 3rd 2017. We got 360 responses, whereof 210 were completes, see raw data [2]. The poster is presented at Open Science Conference, 21.-22.3.2017, Berlin.
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    Semantic annotation for 3D cultural artefacts: MVP
    (Zenodo, 2021) Blümel, Ina; Rossenova, Lozana; Sohmen, Lucia; Vock, Richard; Schubert, Zoe
    A suite of tools for semantic annotation of 3D cultural artefacts is being developed as part of the NFDI4Culture project across several partner organisations (led by the Open Science lab at TIB, Hannover). Operating within Task area 1: Data capture and enrichment, the proposed toolchain focuses on the annotation of 3D data within a knowledge graph environment, so that 3D objects’ geometry, attendant metadata, as well as annotations remain searchable, while data interconnections are not lost.
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    Towards an Open Research Knowledge Graph
    (Zenodo, 2018) Auer, Sören; Blümel, Ina; Ewerth, Ralph; Garatzogianni, Alexandra; Heller,, Lambert; Hoppe, Anett; Kasprzik, Anna; Koepler, Oliver; Nejdl, Wolfgang; Plank, Margret; Sens, Irina; Stocker, Markus; Tullney, Marco; Vidal, Maria-Esther; van Wezenbeek, Wilma
    The document-oriented workflows in science have reached (or already exceeded) the limits of adequacy as highlighted for example by recent discussions on the increasing proliferation of scientific literature and the reproducibility crisis. Despite an improved and digital access to scientific publications in the last decades, the exchange of scholarly knowledge continues to be primarily document-based: Researchers produce essays and articles that are made available in online and offline publication media as roughly granular text documents. With current developments in areas such as knowledge representation, semantic search, human-machine interaction, natural language processing, and artificial intelligence, it is possible to completely rethink this dominant paradigm of document-centered knowledge exchange and transform it into knowledge-based information flows by representing and expressing knowledge through semantically rich, interlinked knowledge graphs. The core of the establishment of knowledge-based information flows is the distributed, decentralized, collaborative creation and evolution of information models, vocabularies, ontologies, and knowledge graphs for the establishment of a common understanding of data and information between the various stakeholders as well as the integration of these technologies into the infrastructure and processes of search and knowledge exchange in the research library of the future. By integrating these information models into existing and new research infrastructure services, the information structures that are currently still implicit and deeply hidden in documents can be made explicit and directly usable. This revolutionizes scientific work because information and research results can be seamlessly interlinked with each other and better mapped to complex information needs. As a result, scientific work becomes more effective and efficient, since results become directly comparable and easier to reuse. In order to realize the vision of knowledge-based information flows in scholarly communication, comprehensive long-term technological infrastructure development and accompanying research are required. To secure information sovereignty, it is also of paramount importance to science – and urgency to science policymakers – that scientific infrastructures establish an open counterweight to emerging commercial developments in this area. The aim of this position paper is to facilitate the discussion on requirements, design decisions and a minimum viable product for an Open Research Knowledge Graph infrastructure. TIB aims to start developing this infrastructure in an open collaboration with interested partner organizations and individuals.
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    Science 2.0 & open science in higher education
    (Hannover : Technische Informationsbibliothek, 2016) Blümel, Ina; Heck, Tamara; Heise, Christian; Peters, Isabella; Scherp, Ansgar; Weisel, Luzian
    [no abstract available]
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    VIVO Lab at the German National Library of Science and Technology: Review and outlook
    (Zenodo, 2016) Walther, Tatiana; Blümel, Ina; Heller, Lambert
    This poster gives an overview about past, current and future activities of the VIVO Lab – a sub-group of the Open Science Lab at the German National Library of Science and Technology (TIB). In the past there have been several corporate projects and implementations around VIVO, including the past corporate VIVO project – VIVO for the TIB, which was complemented with the additional features (VIVOPath and VIVO Deutsches Handbuch). The current subject area of the VIVO Lab covers, among other things, the alignment of the Research Core Dataset (KDSF) to the VIVO-ISF and the integration of the national standard into VIVO, which is planned to be applied as a new model of the TIB VIVO for internal assessment and reporting.
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    Kompetenzen für das FIS- und Daten-Management
    (Zenodo, 2018) Blümel, Ina
    Der Beitrag beleuchtet die verschiedenen Kompetenzbereiche, die für das Management von forschungsrelevanten Informationen und Daten, Administration und Weiterentwicklung der Systeme, sowie für die Community-Arbeit notwendig sind und diskutiert aktuelle Ansätze und Herausforderungen der informationswissenschaftlichen Aus- und Weiterbildung zur Deckung der Bedarfe.
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    Profile, Studiengänge, Fakultäten: Bottom-Up-Entwicklung eines VIVO an der Hochschule Hannover
    (Zenodo, 2017) Blümel, Ina
    Einblicke in ein studentisches VIVO-Projekt an der Fakultät III der Hochschule Hannover (HsH). Basierend auf einer Analyse der Eigendarstellungen aus Websiten und der sonstigen Selbstmarketing-Aktivitäten der Wissenschaftler/innen der der Fakultät III der HsH sollten die Bedarfe der Forschenden im Hinblick auf FIS-Visualisierungen ermittelt werden. Dazu wurden die Wissenschafter/innen eingehend befragt. Als Ergebnis des Projektes entstand ein VIVO, dass nicht von der Hochschulleitung initiiert wurde, sondern direkt aus Eigeninitiative der Fakultät entstand.