Talk:WikiJournal User Group/Editors

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This is a page to discuss the proposed current applications to join the editorial board or as an associate editor of a journal in the WikiJournal User Group.

To submit an application, or view an archive of all precious applications, see the individual journal pages at:
WikiJMed, WikiJSci, and WikiJHum.

As per the journal bylaws, an editorial board member or associate editor is elected after a majority vote, counting after 7 days of voting, by the following electorate:

  • Current editorial board members.
  • Peer reviewers who have completed at least one peer review of WikiJournal User Group.
  • Editors with at least 30 edits to WikiJournal User Group pages.
  • Not an individual voting for herself/himself.

After fulfillment of the above, any current editorial board member can execute the acceptance, by copy-pasting {{subst:WikiJournal accepted board member}} or {{subst:WikiJournal accepted associate editor}} underneath the votes.

WikiJournal of Medicine editorial applications


WikiJournal of Science editorial applications


Editorial board application of Jong Bhak[edit source]

Jong Bhak PhD (website)
Areas of expertise: Bioinformatics, Genomics, Geromics

Relevant experience:

Professional - Professor.

Group leader at Cambridge (Tenured: 2001-2003).
Professor at KAIST (Biosystems: 2003-2005).
Founder and Director of KOBIC (The national center of Korean Bioinformation: 2005-2009).
CEO of Theragen BiO Institute (2009-2014).
Professor at Biomedical Engineering at UNIST (2014-present).
The leader of Korean Genome Project. https://scholar.google.ca/citations?hl=en&user=ZUBVdMAAAAAJ
PhD from Gonville and Caius Colleage, Cambridge University, at MRC-Centre
Thesis title: Genome Sequence analyses and methods, 1997

Google Scholar H-index : 44

Analyzing the first Korean Human Genome The first Korean Human Genome
The national standard Korean Reference Genome The Korean Reference Genome
Sequencing and publishing The tiger genome reference
Sequencing and publishing The whale genome reference
Sequencing and publishing The leopard genome reference
Sequencing and publishing The vulture genome. The largest raptor in the world

Publishing - Editorial board at Genome Biology
Open - openfree License (BioLicense), Wikipedia
Early proponent of open access and open review journal system (since 1994). Found of BioPerl project BioPerl Wikipedia page

I have been one of the earliest proponents of completely open system of hypertext and journal publication system since early 1990s. I have created my own internet hypertext system (like wiki) and also used the very early version of Ward Curnningham's wiki through personal communication.
I think the world should use a completely transparent open submission (pre-print like) and open review system for the fairest and most efficient dissemination of science knowledge.

I am a Perl programmer and have learnt many programming languages.

I confirm that I will act in accordance with the policies of the WikiJournal of Science. Jongbhak (discusscontribs) 02:12, 10 October 2020 (UTC)

  • Symbol support vote.svg Support - this seems a highly suitable candidate. Chiswick Chap (discusscontribs) 10:43, 29 October 2020 (UTC)
  • Symbol support vote.svg Support - Ticks all the boxes. Obviously a highly experienced genomicist, but also publishing experience with an open access BMC journal (Genome Biol.) will be very valuable. Coding and wiki experience in multiple languages of additional benefit (I note that the Korean Genomics Center website is also a wiki). T.Shafee(Evo﹠Evo)talk 11:18, 29 October 2020 (UTC)
  • Questions - What does 'geromics' mean? Why do your articles at Google Scholar appear with the author name 'Jong Park' instead of 'Jong Bhak'? Why not mention your Wikipedia user page and personal website? Sylvain Ribault (discusscontribs) 20:17, 29 October 2020 (UTC)
==> I used to use Jong Park until I got married my wife (2004) who wanted to use "Bhak", as my Korean name "박" actually sounds like "Bhak". Park is a Korean name given by the government in the past when Koreans first created passports years ago.
"Geromics" is a word coined by me (a neologism). Gero + Omics. It means omics study of Gero(aging, gerontology).
I have been into omics and have been running Omics.org.
My personal home page is JongBhak.com.
My wikipedia personal page is: Jong_Bhak. - Jong Bhak

Result: Accepted into the editorial board.

Next steps (add DONE or {{Done}} after someone has performed the task):
  1. __ Send a welcome message and confirm their preferred email address (usually in their provided website link, else via Special:EmailUser)
  2. __ Copy their information over to editorial board page using the {{WikiJournal editor summary}} template
  3. __ Direct-add them to the WJMboard mailing list (via this link) which will grant them access to the private page only visible to board members
  4. __ Welcome them at the WJMboard mailing list so that they are informed

Finally, move the application to this year's archive page (Suggested email template)


Editorial board application of Fernando Pinheiro Andutta[edit source]

Fernando Pinheiro Andutta DSc PhD MSc BSc (website)
Areas of expertise: small scale processes in physical oceanography

Relevant experience:

Professional - lecturing, fieldwork, research, coding, data management
Publishing - reviewer for various journals in the field of oceanography
Open - Founder of https://wikiletters.org

I confirm that I will act in accordance with the policies of the WikiJournal of Science. 49.182.51.145 (discuss) 23:03, 2 November 2020 (UTC)

  • Comment: The experience looks thin, even for associate editor. Wikiletters looks like a prototype that may or may not take off: an aspiration, not an achievement. Sylvain Ribault (discusscontribs) 07:20, 3 November 2020 (UTC)


WikiJournal of Humanities editorial applications


Editorial board application of Amelia Buttress[edit source]

Amelia Buttress PhD, MA (website)
Areas of expertise: public health, mental health, social epidemiology; poverty and health; social inequities; cultural studies; history of public health; media and communications theory

Relevant experience:

Professional - My work draws from interdisciplinary perspectives and uses historical, qualitative and quantitative methods to understand and address the social and structural context of health behavior, with particular emphasis on issues related to ideology, culture, political economy, health disparities, and the mental and the behavioral health of children. I have directed a national collaborative of child psychiatrist access programs and work with clinics to implement social and behavioral care for children in primary care. I have a specific interest in the advancement of public health education and citizen training, especially using new and digital media technology.
Publishing - Following the publication of my first peer reviewed journal article, I decided I would never again write for a peer reviewed journal. Transferring ownership to a remote address where the results of my learning would be hidden behind a paywall in a style and context that isn't accessible to most isn't what motivated me to enter the professional field of public health. Following that instructive experience, I turned to the development of websites and other interactive technologies to explore the complex relationships between form, content, learning, and teaching.
Open - Before entering the field of public health, I gained open experience in multiple settings. As a program manager for a human rights organization, I contributed to the design and implementation of a web forum for information, advocacy and change in the promotion of women's human rights around the world. During my master's studies in Philosophy, Media, and Communication Studies at the European Graduate School, I helped to cultivate and moderate online learning seminars as well as local and regional networking opportunities among an international student body. In public health, I have designed and developed online training and educational platforms to support patient centered and trauma/resilience-informed practices in clinics, schools, and other social services for children and families. As the program director for the National Network of Child Psychiatry Access Programs, I collaborate with clinicians to support the transfer of knowledge from the field of child psychiatry (and its associated disciplines)to pediatric and primary care settings. Since 2016, I have taught courses on Media, Politics, and Evidence in Public Health using Wikipedia's wonderful course resources to train students both to translate complex ideas into common language and to cultivate an awareness of the media environment in which we all swim.

I confirm that I will act in accordance with the policies of the WikiJournal of Humanities. Gingerninjagirl (discusscontribs) 23:33, 26 April 2020 (UTC)


Symbol support vote.svg Support Thanks for applying to join the board! Your areas of expertise would be great additions, and I see that you have been teaching with WikiEducation as part of the activities for many years. This looks like a wonderful combination of experiences to bring to the board. Eyoungstrom (discusscontribs) 14:25, 3 May 2020 (UTC)


WikiJournal Technical Editor applications


Jacob Cody Naccarato (Cody naccarato)[edit source]

Qualifications & experience

I have been active on the Wikis for 2 years and 2 months, starting my journey with the not-for-profit “Helping Give Away Psychological Science” (HGAPS) and am part of their User Group. This organization is dedicated to information dissemination, with Wikiversity being a primary platform for these goals. It is from special projects in HGAPS that I have gained excellent technical experience on Wiki as well as great familiarity editing Wiki pages. I have intermediate understanding of transclusion and templates, and an excellent set of skills for Wiki formatting and Wiki text editing. A special project to note would be the emergency banner system I implemented for HGAPS’ Wiki pages. This project highlights my ability to understand complex Wiki code and apply them in a stylistic, useful, and impactful way. Current personal projects include importing templates into Wikiversity from Wikipedia as to increase functionality for users on the Wikiversity project. An example of a template I have successfully imported from Wikipedia is found here, and it allows users to document the source page they pulled a transcluded section from. I still have much to learn about Wiki, and I look forward to exploring these possibilities as a potential technical editor!

I graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology, and I currently work as a therapist for children with ASD. It is through this experience, as well as my time with HGAPS, that I have developed insight into the value and power that open source platforms can have. I took statistics courses and coding courses during my time here, and have a good understanding of object-oriented programming.

Declaration

I confirm that I will act in accordance with the policies of the WikiJournal User Group. Cody naccarato (discusscontribs) 02:28, 3 December 2020 (UTC)

Jenna Harmon (Jeharmon7)[edit source]

Qualifications & experience

I have been active on the Wikis since September 2020 (3 months), when I became a member of the volunteer organization Helping Give Away Psychological Science (HGAPS). In HGAPS, we are dedicated to dissemination science through making the "best of the free" in psychological research science widely available to clinicians, researchers, professors, and the general public alike. We tailor our presentation of this information to the targeted audience for most efficient understanding. For example, we explain psychological terms, diagnostic labels, resulting study data, etc. in layman's terms on Wikipedia for the general public but present data and research in more detail for those who already understand such information like clinicians, researchers, etc. on Wikiversity. During my time as an HGAPS member, I have gained experience in editing and transclusion for Wiki pages such as the ADHD page. Recently, I have started learning more about creating and formatting wiki pages. I still have much to discover about the Wikis but I am a fast learner and hard-worker. I am excited about the possibilities involved in being a technical editor.

I received my B.A. in Psychology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC). While at UNC, I gained experience working in two different research labs as well as completed courses in statistics and research psychology. This experience, in addition to working as a wiki editor for HGAPS, provide a valuable background for the technical editor position.

Declaration

I confirm that I will act in accordance with the policies of the WikiJournal User Group. Jeharmon7 (discusscontribs) 18:28, 3 December 2020 (UTC)