This theme has been merged into Share (from Informal to Publication) and is now closed for edits. Please make any further changes on that theme's page.
In seeking themes centered on scholarly activities undertaken against research materials, a related set of themes that emerged for me might best be summarized as "Share." The Minnesota study uses this term as one of its four Primitives for tools of analysis and ways of thinking. To me, "Share" has the connotation of providing Gathered or Analyzed research materials to colleagues or other interested parties, either through open access methods or controlled release methods (as in sending a resource via email to someone, or posting resources on a limited-access web site or server). Understandably, Sharing has lots of potential IP concerns for the person who has the research materials under their control. Sharing typically would presume the presence of a content Store from which Sharing can occur, and typically is at the end of the basic research life cycle for a project.
"Present, Publish, Perform" might be a special case of Share, in that it covers the possibly formal delivery of research materials and results, especially finished products of scholarship or creative endeavors. Submitting a peer-reviewed journal article or book to a scholarly society journal or university press is an example, as is delivering a paper at a conference, staging the world premiere of a new dance choreography or composition, putting up a museum exhibition around a newly-curated theme, discussing research results materials in a seminar or colloquium, posting a video summary on the Research Channel or YouTube, posting papers and associated materials to a disciplinary or institutional repository for open access, or simply putting results on the departmental website. While promotion and tenure issues don't currently seem to value the Publishing of assembled research materials per se (as in releasing a formal curated digital library of assembled materials), this seems to be another instance of this case.
[Admittedly this theme may be rather broad and might be served by decomposition at some point. Much might be brought into this area, when one considers issues of peer review, IP, P&T, scholarly communications and publishing trends, and the like. But it's a start....]
[Late note - there's also a theme for "Communicate and Publish." Probably these two related themes need further analysis and combination. More for another day, unfortunately....]