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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 ...
Engaging Faculty in Scholarly Communication Change: A Learning Community Approach
(Pacific University Libraries, 2014-08-01)
INTRODUCTION As the landscape of scholarly communication and open access continues to shift, it remains important for academic librarians to continue educating campus stakeholders about these issues, as well as to create ...
Teaching Communities of Faculty About Scholarly Communication
This article by Jennifer Bazeley and Jen Waller originally appeared on the LSE Impact of Social Sciences blog as “Faculty Learning Communities are a positive way for libraries to engage academic staff in scholarly ...
Faculty Learning Communities are a Positive Way for Libraries to Engage Academic Staff in Scholarly Communication
The stakes and politics of research and scholarship are different depending on discipline, department, and institution, and as such, increasing awareness of scholarly communication is fraught with difficulty. Librarians ...
Engrossed, Enraged, Engaged: Empowering Faculty in Transforming Scholarly Communication
Librarians are deeply invested in the scholarly publishing lifecycle. This investment, in tandem with an evolving scholarly communication system, has encouraged librarians to become advocates for transformation in this ...
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.