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Openedition Books: A Freemium Model For Open Access, Andrew Wesolek Dec 2013

Openedition Books: A Freemium Model For Open Access, Andrew Wesolek

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Managing Library Teams With Zoho Projects, Joshua Morgan, Darius Jones Nov 2013

Managing Library Teams With Zoho Projects, Joshua Morgan, Darius Jones

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Teaching Online Library Workshops, Anne Grant, Diana Finkle Nov 2013

Teaching Online Library Workshops, Anne Grant, Diana Finkle

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Interested in moving your face-to-face library workshops online, but not sure how to make that happen? Come to this session and see how librarians at Clemson did just that and walk away with pedagogical and technological hints and tips for success!


Expanding Access And Increasing Impact: How To Retain Your Rights To Your Research And Why Deposit It In Tigerprints, Andrew Wesolek Oct 2013

Expanding Access And Increasing Impact: How To Retain Your Rights To Your Research And Why Deposit It In Tigerprints, Andrew Wesolek

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A mounting body of research is beginning to show that making your work Open Access, in any form, increases its impact—but what exactly is "Open Access?" Head of Digital Scholarship, Andrew Wesolek will discuss the scholarly communication system and the varieties of Open Access publication. In addition, Wesolek will discuss your options to retain and assert your rights to your scholarship and how you can disseminate it openly through a new Library initiative: the TigerPrints institutional repository.


From Print To Online: Revamping Technical Services With A Distributed Workflow Model, Christine K. Dulaney Jan 2013

From Print To Online: Revamping Technical Services With A Distributed Workflow Model, Christine K. Dulaney

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