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Libraries

Utah State University

2016

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Review Of Archives In Libraries: What Librarians And Archivists Need To Know To Work Together, Amber D'Ambrosio Apr 2016

Review Of Archives In Libraries: What Librarians And Archivists Need To Know To Work Together, Amber D'Ambrosio

Journal of Western Archives

Review of Archives in Libraries: What Librarians and Archivists Need to Know to Work Together.


Libraries At The Hub As The Federally Funded Research Wheel Turns To Open, Kipphut-Smith Shannon, Betty Rozum, Becky L. Thoms Mar 2016

Libraries At The Hub As The Federally Funded Research Wheel Turns To Open, Kipphut-Smith Shannon, Betty Rozum, Becky L. Thoms

Library Faculty & Staff Presentations

Libraries are strong partners in supporting researcher compliance with both funder public access policies and institutional open access policies, and are increasingly involved in research data management activities. The 2008 National Institutes of Health(NIH) Public Access Policy, requiring researchers to deposit copies of all NIH‐funded publications in PubMed Central, provided an opportunity for academic librarians to use their expertise in education and training, copyright, and author rights issues to assist with policy compliance. At the same time, many institutions began conversations about management of research data and adoption of institutional open access (OA) policies,requiring faculty to place ...


Review Of Preserving Our Heritage: Perspectives From Antiquity To The Digital Age, Christina Thomas Jan 2016

Review Of Preserving Our Heritage: Perspectives From Antiquity To The Digital Age, Christina Thomas

Journal of Western Archives

Review of Preserving Our Heritage: Perspective from Antiquity to the Digital Age.


The How And Why Of Mentoring, Alison H. Stankrauff, Tom Sommer, Michelle Ganz Jan 2016

The How And Why Of Mentoring, Alison H. Stankrauff, Tom Sommer, Michelle Ganz

Journal of Western Archives

Mentoring those in the archival field is critical to the development of any professional, or budding professional archivist. The mentoring relationship is one that has the potential to inform, nurture, encourage those on both sides of the relationship. This article explores that relationship and the frameworks that foster such mentoring programs. Discussed are mentoring to undergraduates, graduate archival program students, peer-to-peer mentoring of archivists at different institutions, as well as mentoring in the tenure process. This article is meant to be at once informative about such programs as well as offering guidance for those wanting to create a similar mentoring ...