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  • 1.
    Andersson, Jacob
    et al.
    Malmö högskola, Library and IT Services (BIT).
    Gustafsson Friberger, Marie
    Malmö högskola, Faculty of Technology and Society (TS).
    Lindholm, Jessica
    Malmö högskola, Library and IT Services (BIT).
    Togelius, Julian
    Gamification of publication metadata: to playfully explore our data2015Report (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    This report describes a project that aimed to create game concepts and games based on a set of data about research publications. This was done using linked open data, procedural content generation of game content, and iterative game development, with the aim of creating useful games and game concepts.

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  • 2. Andersson, Urban
    et al.
    Johansson, Tomas
    Stattin, Erik
    Söderbäck, Anders
    Wadskog, Daniel
    Gustavsson, Bodil
    Gilbert, Jonas
    Lindholm, Jessica
    Malmö högskola, Library and IT Services (BIT).
    Författaridentifikatorer och publiceringsdatabaser – scenarier och utvecklingsmöjligheter: slutrapport2013Report (Other academic)
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  • 3.
    Aquilonius, Elisabeth
    et al.
    Malmö högskola, Library and IT Services (BIT).
    Gullberg, Maria
    Malmö högskola, Library and IT Services (BIT).
    Krook, Staffan
    Malmö högskola, Library and IT Services (BIT).
    Lindholm, Jessica
    Malmö högskola, Library and IT Services (BIT).
    Tapia Lagunas, Pablo
    Malmö högskola, Library and IT Services (BIT).
    Forskarservice - en utredning om Bibliotek och ITs verksamhet riktad mot högskolans forskning2008Report (Other academic)
    Abstract [sv]

    Syftet med utredningen är att skapa förutsättningar för att bättre kunna möta forskningens behov och bidra till att effektivisera forskarnas arbete genom stöd till informationsförsörjning och IT. Den organisationsövergripande dialogen, kartläggningen, de förslag och pilotprojekt som arbetats med inom utredningen, och som föreligger här är tänkt att kunna fungera som såväl beslutsunderlag som idébank till BITs framtida service för högskolans forskare.

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  • 4.
    Gullberg, Maria
    et al.
    Malmö högskola, Library and IT Services (BIT).
    Lindholm, Jessica
    Malmö högskola, Library and IT Services (BIT).
    Tapia Lagunas, Pablo
    Malmö högskola, Library and IT Services (BIT).
    Forskarservice - en utredning vid Malmö University2008In: DF-revy, ISSN 0106-0503, E-ISSN 1901-1903, Vol. 31, no 8, p. 18-20Article in journal (Other (popular science, discussion, etc.))
    Abstract [sv]

    I mars 2008 presenterades en utredning om Bibliotek och ITs forskarservice på Malmö University. Syftet med utredningen var dels att sammanställa en nulägesbeskrivning av forskarservicen och dels att se vilka utmaningar som ligger i framtiden genom att i nära kontakt med forskarna undersöka i vilken riktning forskarservicen kan utvecklas.

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  • 5.
    Lindholm, Jessica
    Malmö högskola, Library and IT Services (BIT).
    Open Access för högskolans intellektuella produktion2008Conference paper (Other academic)
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  • 6.
    Lindholm, Jessica
    et al.
    Malmö högskola, Library and IT Services (BIT).
    Axdorph, Erik
    Ericson, Kristina
    Malmö högskola, Library and IT Services (BIT).
    Hylén, Jan
    Jonsson, Hanna
    Olsson, Lena
    Gilbert, Jonas
    Digitala lärresurser i lärosätenas öppna arkiv. Slutrapport från OERIIR-projektet2009Report (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    The project "Open Educational Resources in institutional repositories” has been carried out in collaboration between Göteborg university, University of Borås, Malmö university, Stockholm university, Uppsala university and Metamatrix AB, during the period March 2008 - April 2009. The project has been funded by the OpenAccess.se programme of the National Library of Sweden. Within the project we have gathered unique empirical data from five Swedish universities, to shed light on and further develop the efforts of the universities regarding the following issues - can institutional repositories also accommodate the locally produced OER (open educational resources)? - to which extent are teachers at Swedish universities using and producing OER today? Survey of the use and production of OER In spring 2008 we conducted our survey of educational resources at five Swedish universities. Surveys and interviews show that the concept of OER, and even the concept of digital learning resources is still new to many, but digital learning resources are used by over 50% of the teachers participating in the studies. The willingness to share them with others is relatively high. There are relatively many teachers who occasionally use OER (50% of respondents), and far fewer daily users of OER (6%). Among the teachers who do not make use of OER, more than half do not know what it is, or how to use them. Almost 70 percent of the teaching staff who answered the survey produces their own educational resources. The strongest drivers to produce their own material, according to questionnaire responses, is to supplement lectures and for materials to be reusable in other courses. PowerPoint presentations, PDF files and Word files are the most common formats. The proportion of those who also choose to share their material is higher than we first expected, nearly 50%. Their main motives are to provide useful information to others, followed by the view that information should be freely available. The interviews show a slightly more nuanced picture, highlighting the benefits of OER and opportunities for new pedagogical approaches and methods. Several of our respondents agree that universities would benefit from providing an opportunity to publish educational resources. OER in institutional repositories? Existing systems We then used the results of the survey to develop and explore the existing functionality of the two most commonly used institutional repository platforms in Sweden; Diva and DSpace. We found that there is a need for more elaborate use of OER than the institutional repositories allow for, for example built-in viewers and possibilities to edit and work on deposited OER. At the same time, we also find that the institutional repositories are superior in enabling dissemination and visibility of their content, and not only so for student theses and research publications. We see both advantages and disadvantages of making OER available through institutional repositories. To avoid building new systems or hiding educational resources in traditional learning management systems: the institutional repositories offer open interfaces (e.g. via XML Web services and OAI-PMH) for the dissemination of OER to systems where the more elaborate usability can be obtained - this while universities can maintain visibility and marketing of their intellectual output in one service. Future systems Within the project we have then, with support from the surveys, the practical tests and based on the functionality of Diva and DSpace, developed prototypes and support to universities that want to work with OER. Strategic issues Both in the survey as well as in the practical tests, we have experienced related issues, where more information is needed and good examples of how the work can be organised to benefit the development locally. Issues important for both teaching and management staff: copyright; incentives for the use and development of OER, and cost-benefit analyses. One issue is the balance between research and teaching activities. It is a relatively complex issue related to managements’ priorities and how to profile the institutional trademarks. In this context, a sensitive issue regards research, which has always been merited higher than teaching. The surveys show that there are no policies or guidelines regarding the use and production of OER. A number of recommendations to the management at institutions and universities who want to increase the use of OER were formulated. The respondents perceive neither their teaching nor their production of OER as a priority or a merit. If this is desirable, there is a need for; - support and information in these areas; and - better visibility of work with OER in policies and guidelines, together with strengthened career incentives. Incentives do not have to come from the universities own management, it could also be interesting to see good examples promoted, in order to create motivation and awareness.

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  • 7.
    Lindholm, Jessica
    et al.
    Malmö högskola, Library and IT Services (BIT).
    Faling, Robert
    DSpace Data Extraction Service for "Office" Users2007Conference paper (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    This poster gives an overview of the background and development of EXTRAMUEP [http://extramuep.mah.se], a stand-alone web application for DSpace data extraction, an application that aims at motivating content-owners to deposit more of their works as well as facilitating dissemination and administration of research. The main feature of this tool is the conversion of DSpace data into ready-to-use files in the user’s ‘Office’ applications. EXTRAMUEP is developed for Malmö University Electronic Publishing [http://mah.se/muep], to ensure that data entered in DSpace is not only created and used, but more importantly re-used by the university itself. The workflow for the majority of entries in the system relies on authors registering their works themselves, and members of faculty reviewing the records before they are accepted. In in-depth interviews, we have received an explicit message from several researchers that, due to lack of time, parallel publishing in the institutional repository would only be prioritised if the organisation or funding agencies decided it to be mandatory or strongly encouraged. These responses made it clear to us that we needed to be pro-active and find other ways to ensure that research at Malmö University is made more visible and MUEP even more useful. Hence we developed EXTRAMUEP. For the end-users EXTRAMUEP is a web-based interface where the user downloads a file that is opened in their favourite software used for spreadsheets and word processing. The application itself can be adapted for other formats, layouts and field extractions. It is a stand-alone web-based PHP-solution, which calls the database directly and maps Rich Text Format and HTML 4.0 as the output formats. The application tells the browser to open the files in the software that is associated with the specific content types. The application for EXTRAMUEP will be documented and packaged for usage and further development by others in the DSpace community. The current presentation format in EXTRAMUEP follows the university’s internal needs, which e.g. is used for statistical purposes and to determine keys for funding upcoming years. The information in the spreadsheets is similar to the one we have in DSpace, and we could see the benefits of getting the data extracted automatically for this purpose, and in a way that does not require end-users to use other software than the ones they are used to in their desktop environment. In 2006 we made a manual copy and paste of the DSpace-data into spreadsheets, as an attempt to see if the metadata was good enough for the task. In the evaluations afterwards we found out that a majority of the researchers that had added their data in DSpace had a positive attitude to doing it again for 2007, and that the administrative staff could see a slight improvement of data quality this year. After this test in 2006, we find researchers that regularly add their publications to DSpace. We have also seen an increased amount of full-texts being uploaded into the repository and data added that is not mandatory, such as abstracts and links to full-texts etc.

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  • 8.
    Lindholm, Jessica
    et al.
    Malmö högskola, Library and IT Services (BIT).
    Gilbert, Jonas
    Editorial: Establishing an Open Access Culture among Researchers: Experiences and Challenges at Two Academic Organizations in Sweden2011In: Serials review, ISSN 0098-7913, E-ISSN 1879-095X, Vol. 37, no 2, p. 67-69Article in journal (Other academic)
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  • 9.
    Lindholm, Jessica
    et al.
    Malmö högskola, Library and IT Services (BIT).
    Nilén, Peter
    Malmö högskola, Library and IT Services (BIT).
    A new open access policy for Malmö University2011In: ScieCom Info, E-ISSN 1652-3202, Vol. 7, no 1, p. 18-20Article in journal (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    In November 2010 Malmö University decided on a new open access policy. This paper describes the implications of the mandate, the process prior to the decision and some of the challenges of the implementation process.

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  • 10.
    Nilsson, Jan
    et al.
    Malmö högskola, Library and IT Services (BIT).
    Nilén, Peter
    Malmö högskola, Library and IT Services (BIT).
    Lindholm, Jessica
    Malmö högskola, Library and IT Services (BIT).
    Digitalisering av en forskare2009Report (Other academic)
    Abstract [sv]

    Ingrid Elam, docent i litteraturvetenskap, områdesprefekt på område K3, Malmö högskola uttryckte under våren -09 önskemål om att hela hennes publikationsproduktion, under de år hon varit verksam vid Malmö högskola, skulle göras tillgänglig i elektronisk form via MUEP (Malmö University Electronic Publishing. Projektets ena mål är att se till att texterna finns kvar även efter det att ursprungspublikationerna, tidskrifter och böcker, är slutsålda och/eller svårtillgängliga. Det finns ett behov av att i framtiden kunna använda texterna, till exempel i undervisningssituationer. Det andra målet är att det finns ett stort behov för ett lärosäte av Malmö högskolas typ att öka synligheten av medarbetarnas vetenskapliga produktion. I och med att många fulltexter läggs, och kan läggas i MUEP, ges möjligheten att ur denna databas extrahera forskares eller forskargruppers publikationer och exponera i andra tjänster, till exempel Google.

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  • 11. Ranebo, Stellan
    et al.
    Lindholm, Jessica
    Malmö högskola, Library and IT Services (BIT).
    Matriks: lärresurser och erfarenhetstorg för matematik. Projektutvärdering2007Report (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    Myndigheten för nätverk och samarbete inom högre utbildning (NSHU) och Kungl. biblioteket/BIBSAM har under 2006 finansierat Matriks, ett utvecklingsprojekt vars huvudsyfte har varit att skapa ett nätverk för återanvändning och kommentering av digitala lärresurser inom matematik. I samband med projektets avslutande har en utvärdering av två externa personer utförts på uppdrag av NSHU och KB/BIBSAM, och föreligger här. Utvärderingen syftar till att ge en mer generell bild av nyttan med återanvändning av digitala lärresurser och behoven av att externt finansiera en vidare verksamhet. Utvärderingen ska enligt givet uppdrag besvara följande frågor: Har projektet uppnått de uppsatta målen? Om så icke skett, hur ska det förklaras?; Vilka allmänna slutsatser kan man dra utifrån projektet för fortsatta insatser inom området digitala lärresurser, t.ex. med avseende på nyttan av att återanvända digitala lärresurser, för den enskilde läraren eller lärosätet (effektivitet/tidsvinst) - pedagogiskt värde och pedagogiska svårigheter med att återanvända digitala lärresurser. - vilka lärresurser har en potential för användning och återanvändning; - incitament för lärare att använda digitala lärresurser som andra skapat och incitament för att skapa delbara resurser; - användbarhet av externt producerat material (i detta fall specifikt URs material); potential i peer-to-peer nätverk i förhållande till traditionella arkiv; - vinster och problem med anknytningen till etablerade bibliotekssystem, särsk. frågor kring klassifikation och katalogisering av digitala lärresurser; anpassning och översättning av LOM och andra digitala standarder till LIBRIS och MARC21; synliggörande av digitala lärresurser i LIBRIS och andra bibliotekskataloger. Utvärderingen är tänkt att utgöra ett beslutsunderlag för NSHU och KB/BIBSAM och innehåller rekommendationer för hur myndigheterna bör gå vidare med arbetet kring digitala lärresurser generellt och specifikt inom matematik.

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