Clifford Tatum, MA
Clifford Tatum is a researcher at CWTS, Leiden University. He engages in projects involving open science, with a particular interest in epistemic practices and sociotechnical infrastructures. In addition, Clifford is writing a PhD thesis on openness in scholarly communication. Previously, he was project manager of ACUMEN (Academic Careers Understood through Measurement and Norms), an EU/FP7 collaborative project on evaluation of individual researchers. His background includes an MBA in International Business, an MA in Communication, and a BA in Industrial Design. After ten years as an engineer and project manager of large-scale systems integration, he left industry to pursue an academic career.
Journal publications (2)
- Jankowski, N.W., Scharnhorst, A., Tatum, C.C., & Tatum, Z. (2012). Enhancing Scholarly Publications: Developing Hybrid Monographs in the Humanities and Social Sciences, pp. Scholarly and Research Communication, 4(1), 26.
- Tatum, C.C. (2005). Deconstructing Google bombs: A breach of symbolic power or just a goofy prank? First Monday, 10(10).
Conference publications (2)
- Van Leeuwen, T.N., Tatum, C.C., & Wouters, P. (2015). Open Access publishing and citation impact - An international study. In Proceedings of the 15th International Conference of the International Society for Scientometrics and Informetrics (pp. 1130-1141).
- Bar-Ilan, J., Hartmann, F., Havemann, F., Larsen, B., Mietzer, D., Scharnhorst, A., & Tatum, C.C. (2014). Are you being evaluated? Need for new approaches in evaluation practices. In Proceedings of the 2014 iConference (pp. 1204-1206).
Book chapters (3)
- Tatum, C.C., & Jankowski, N.W. (2012). Beyond Open Access: A Framework for Openness in Scholarly Communication. In P. Wouters, A. Beaulieu, A. Scharnhorst, & S. Wyatt (Eds.), Virtual Knowledge: Experimenting in the Humanities and the Social Sciences (pp. 183-218). MIT Press.
- Tatum, C.C., & Jankowski, N.W. (2012). Beyond Open Access: a Framework for Openness in Scholarly Communication. In P.F. Wouters, A. Beaulieu, A. Scharnhorst, & S. Wyatt (Eds.), Virtual Knowledge: Experimenting in the Humanities and the Social Sciences (pp. 183-219). MIT Press.
- Tatum, C.C., & LaFrance, M. (2009). Wikipedia as Distributed Knowledge Laboratory: The Case of Neoliberalism. : Routledge. In N.W. Jankowski (Ed.), E-Research: Transformation in Scholarly Practice (pp. 310-327).