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Getting Started In Library Publishing, Kim Myers Nov 2016

Getting Started In Library Publishing, Kim Myers

Library Presentations

Lightning round presentation given at the 2016 NYLA Scholarly Communication Unconference at Saratoga Springs, NY on November 2, 2016.


We’Re Open Access—But Are We Accessible?, Matt Ruen, Jackie Rander Jul 2016

We’Re Open Access—But Are We Accessible?, Matt Ruen, Jackie Rander

Digital Commons + Great Lakes User Group & NY IR Day

The open access movement, from the Budapest and Berlin declarations onward, has consistently focused on removing economic and legal barriers to scholarly information. While this has increased access to research for many, it implicitly assumes that content need only be online, free, and openly licensed for everyone to have access—an assumption which neglects the barriers that may lurk within content, preventing disabled or impaired users from enjoying the same access to scholarship.

This assumption is as prevalent in library open access services as elsewhere; like many other repository teams, we have focused on recruiting content, not evaluating it. This ...


Is "Good Enough" Good Enough? Envisioning The Future Intersection Of Libraries And Online Learning, Mia Breitkopf, Logan Rath Jun 2016

Is "Good Enough" Good Enough? Envisioning The Future Intersection Of Libraries And Online Learning, Mia Breitkopf, Logan Rath

Library Presentations

PDF of the slides used to present a discussion at the State University of New York Librarians Association (SUNYLA) Conference in Binghamton, New York, on June 10, 2016. Discussion focused on envisioning how academic libraries and librarians should plan in a forward-thinking proactive way to support online learning as distance education grows SUNY-wide.


Libraries’ Response To Scholarly Communication In The Digital Era, Kim L. Myers Jun 2016

Libraries’ Response To Scholarly Communication In The Digital Era, Kim L. Myers

Library Publications

Academic libraries are becoming increasingly involved in scholarly communication in the twenty-first century. The digital era presents both challenges and opportunities for libraries and librarians. This article presents a review of the professional library literature on scholarly communication, providing an overview of the current scholarly communication landscape, including institutional repositories, new roles for academic librarians and subject specialists, and opportunities for further research.


Library: Appointment, Promotion, And Tenure Documentation, The College At Brockport Jun 2016

Library: Appointment, Promotion, And Tenure Documentation, The College At Brockport

Appointment, Promotion, and Tenure Documentation

2016 Appointment, Promotion, and Tenure Documentation for the Drake Memorial Library at the SUNY College at Brockport.


The Library As Your Research Partner, Kim Myers Jan 2016

The Library As Your Research Partner, Kim Myers

Library Presentations

Presented at the 2016 Grant Writing Workshop, with the goal of helping attendees realize that the library is their research partner. From finding and obtaining resources, and individual research consultations, to getting an ORCiD and setting up a research profile, Drake Library staff stand ready to help.