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Ownership, publication and authors’ rights: Managing scholarly communications
(East Carolina University, 2009)
Presentation by Kevin Smith, JD, the Scholarly Communications Librarian at Duke University, for Open Access Week 2009
Scholarly Communication Boot Camp: Getting Liaisons Up to Speed
Liaison librarians everywhere are being asked to share more and more in the work of scholarly communication. In many cases they need extensive training to be prepared to talk about these topics with faculty and students. ...
Building a Scholarly Communication Boot Camp for East Carolina University Liaisons
A growing demand for scholarly communication expertise led two librarians at East Carolina University to create a series of informative and interactive sessions for liaisons. These boot camp sessions covered topics such ...
ORCID Identifiers: Planned and Potential Uses by Associations, Publishers, and Librarians
ORCID is an international, interdisciplinary, non-profit organization with a twofold goal: provide an open registry of unique identifiers for researchers and work with the scholarly community to ensure that this persistent ...
Publishing in Open Access Education Journals: The Authors’ Perspectives
Abstract Open access publishing is now an accepted method of scholarly communication. However, the greatest traction for open access publishing thus far has been in the sciences. Penetration of open access publishing ...
Open Access Publishing in Business Research: The Authors’ Perspective
Open access (OA) publishing is now accepted as an integral part of the emerging trends within scholarly communication. Business librarians, like their subject specialist colleagues in other disciplines, are increasingly ...
Author Rights and Copyright Management
Presentation and slides delivered during Open Access Week 2010 by Peggy Hoon, copyright education specialist for the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. View the video of Hoon's talk, or view the slides.
The Structure of Scholarly Communications within Academic Libraries
Academic libraries often define their administrative structure according to services they offer, including research services, acquisitions, cataloging and metadata, and so on. Scholarly Communications is something of a ...