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How OPEN SCHOLARSHIP is CHANGING RESEARCH
A talk about how new digital capabilities -including electronic publishing, social media, institutional repositories, and copyright legislation- are profoundly impacting traditional scholarly communication.
Keep the Change: Clusters of Faculty Opinion on Open Access
The authors discovered faculty opinions about open access by employing Q methodology, a research method combining qualitative and quantitative methods to analyze subjects' attitudes about a given topic. Q methodology, using ...
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 ...
Evangelists and Pragmatists Finding Common Ground: ISSSS members’ views on open access publishing
The issues surrounding open access (OA) publishing in academia are complex, sometimes misunderstood, and frequently debated among faculty and other stakeholders. In this study we explored the opinions of members of the ...
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.