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Striking Up A Conversation, Striking Up A Victory: Engaging Faculty in Scholarly Communication
The concepts “open access” and “scholarly communication” have become inseparable from the library landscape. Librarians are increasingly aware of the issues inherent in these concepts, but faculty have been slower to ...
Gettin' Hot in Here: Using Global Warming to Connect the Library with the Community
Who knew that a topic as controversial as global warming could bring people together? GAIA (Global Awareness and Information Access), a year-long series of events, with global warming as the central theme, provided students ...
Promoting Partnership: Campus and Community Collaboration Through Cultural Events
Hosting community-inclusive cultural events do more than demonstrate a library’s commitment to diversity; they provide opportunities for forging lasting partnerships with campus and community organizations. This article ...
Spicing up the Orientation: Promoting Brill Science Library
This poster describes “Follow The Silk Road….to the Science Library”, a new orientation for the Brill Science Library at Miami University. The orientation combined many important ingredients including outreach, information ...
Keep the Change: Faculty Roles in the Scholarly Communications System and Their Impact on Open Access Promotion
Presentation given at the Academic Library Association of Ohio Annual Conference on October 29, 2010. Educating faculty about open access choices and scholarly communication issues.