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Workflow - Scholars' Mine Research Data Processing Workflow, James Roger Weaver 2017 Missouri University of Science and Technology

Workflow - Scholars' Mine Research Data Processing Workflow, James Roger Weaver

Scholars' Mine - Policies, Procedures and Guidelines

A graphic representation of the workflow utilized to process research data sets submitted to Scholars' Mine.


Copyright, Sue Kunda 2017 Western Oregon University

Copyright, Sue Kunda

Northwest IR User Group

The IR: What’s Copyright Got To Do With It?

SHERPA/RoMEO provides IR managers with publishers’ copyright information, making the deposit of faculty research articles fairly straightforward. But what about all the other materials we’re now putting in the IR? Things like:

  • Books and book chapters
  • ETDs that include others’ copyrighted materials
  • Undergraduate research
  • Conference posters and presentations
  • Archival materials
  • Oral histories
  • Digitized university collections

IR managers now need to understand the copyright issues surrounding a wide variety of materials and need to make well-reasoned decisions regarding their deposit into the IR. During this table talk, we’ll ...


Deposit In Local Ir V. Deposit In Researchgate, Julia Lovett, Andrée Rathemacher 2017 University of Rhode Island

Deposit In Local Ir V. Deposit In Researchgate, Julia Lovett, Andrée Rathemacher

Technical Services Faculty Presentations

Slides from a presentation at the 2017 Boston OA Advocates Meeting, which took place on July 19, 2017 at Lamont Library, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA.

Also included as supplementary files are the speakers' notes and the meeting agenda.


Green V. Gold, Or Chatter About How Green Oa Is Not Cutting It [Open Discussion], Andrée Rathemacher 2017 University of Rhode Island

Green V. Gold, Or Chatter About How Green Oa Is Not Cutting It [Open Discussion], Andrée Rathemacher

Technical Services Faculty Presentations

Prompts for a discussion at the 2017 Boston OA Advocates Meeting, which took place on July 19, 2017 at Lamont Library, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA.

Also included as supplementary files are presentation slides and the meeting agenda.


Scholarly Communication And Diversity, Charlotte Roh, Harrison W. Inefuku 2017 University of San Francisco

Scholarly Communication And Diversity, Charlotte Roh, Harrison W. Inefuku

Harrison W. Inefuku

An overview of diversity issues in scholarly communications, this presentation looks at scholarly publishing at the intersection of academia, publishing, and librarianship and explores gatekeepers that prohibit a diversity of voices from being included in the scholarly record.


Creating An Open Textbook Publishing Program: Inside Pdxopen, Karen Bjork 2017 Portland State University

Creating An Open Textbook Publishing Program: Inside Pdxopen, Karen Bjork

Library Faculty Publications and Presentations

A look inside Portland State University Libary's open textbook publishing initiative, PDXOpen. The presentation focuses on recruiting authors, author selection and lessons learned.


Making & Sharing Scholarship: Copyright Issues In Scholarly Communication (2017 Nebraska Acrl Scholarly Communication Roadshow, University Of Nebraska-Lincoln), William M. Cross, Elizabeth A. Brown 2017 North Carolina State University

Making & Sharing Scholarship: Copyright Issues In Scholarly Communication (2017 Nebraska Acrl Scholarly Communication Roadshow, University Of Nebraska-Lincoln), William M. Cross, Elizabeth A. Brown

Copyright, Fair Use, Scholarly Communication, etc.

Excerpts from the presenters' notes:

Today’s focus – not copyright generally, or copyright for things like library digitization, but copyright in the context of scholarly publishing.

Copyright’s purpose and higher education’s purpose have a lot in common. We as a society all benefit if people can build on the discoveries that came before them, while having an incentive to create new things.

Article I, Section 8, where the authority for US copyright law comes from, reads "To promote the Progress of Science and useful Arts, by securing for limited Times to Authors and Inventors the exclusive Right to ...


Reflection & Next Steps (2017 Nebraska Acrl Scholarly Communication Roadshow, University Of Nebraska-Lincoln), William M. Cross, Jaron Porciello, Elizabeth Brown 2017 North Carolina State University

Reflection & Next Steps (2017 Nebraska Acrl Scholarly Communication Roadshow, University Of Nebraska-Lincoln), William M. Cross, Jaron Porciello, Elizabeth Brown

Copyright, Fair Use, Scholarly Communication, etc.

How can we sustain our library community? Ideas for reaching out to your institution - students, faculty, administration, other library personnel.


Understanding Scholarly Communication: Framing The Issues (2017 Nebraska Acrl Scholarly Communication Roadshow, University Of Nebraska-Lincoln), Jaron Porciello, William M. Cross, Elizabeth A. Brown 2017 Cornell University

Understanding Scholarly Communication: Framing The Issues (2017 Nebraska Acrl Scholarly Communication Roadshow, University Of Nebraska-Lincoln), Jaron Porciello, William M. Cross, Elizabeth A. Brown

Copyright, Fair Use, Scholarly Communication, etc.

Excerpts from the presenters' notes:

This is the (simple) big overview of the SC system. Within this system exist participants, pressures and intersections, which lead to the opportunities that we’re seeing now.

Participants: Researchers, authors, administrators, students, editors, peer reviewers, and others. Including libraries. Flow in and out and according to processes.

A system of systems: Higher education, publishing industry, disciplinary practice, scholarly societies, internet culture, research industry, IP/legal system, funders, AND OF COURSE faculty rewards system (P&T).


Scholarly Communication: From Understanding To Engagement (2017 Nebraska Acrl Scholarly Communication Roadshow, University Of Nebraska-Lincoln), William M. Cross, Jaron Porciello, Elizabeth A. Brown 2017 North Carolina State University

Scholarly Communication: From Understanding To Engagement (2017 Nebraska Acrl Scholarly Communication Roadshow, University Of Nebraska-Lincoln), William M. Cross, Jaron Porciello, Elizabeth A. Brown

Copyright, Fair Use, Scholarly Communication, etc.

“The goal of the program is to empower participants to help accelerate the transformation of the scholarly communication system.” From www.ala.org/acrl/issues/scholcomm/roadshow.


Measuring Impact (2017 Nebraska Acrl Scholarly Communication Roadshow, University Of Nebraska-Lincoln), Jaron Porciello 2017 Cornell University

Measuring Impact (2017 Nebraska Acrl Scholarly Communication Roadshow, University Of Nebraska-Lincoln), Jaron Porciello

Copyright, Fair Use, Scholarly Communication, etc.

Excerpt from the slides and presenter's notes:

Helps us see the lifecycle of research - why and how We have a lot of knowledge in this space because we know the resources and systems impact is based on -- we can act as thought leaders.

Scholarly communication cycle involves “evaluating research and other scholarly writings for quality” (ARL, 2013).

Librarians have always been part of the “impact” conversation from the perspective of the ways in which we help people. We provide budding researchers with access to seminal ideas in the field and help established researchers keep current with new information and ...


Open Education (2017 Nebraska Acrl Scholarly Communication Roadshow, University Of Nebraska-Lincoln), William M. Cross 2017 North Carolina State University

Open Education (2017 Nebraska Acrl Scholarly Communication Roadshow, University Of Nebraska-Lincoln), William M. Cross

Copyright, Fair Use, Scholarly Communication, etc.

Excerpts from the slides:

“Open educational resources are teaching and learning materials that are freely available online for everyone to use, whether you are an instructor, student or self-learner.”

Open Textbooks: Traditional textbooks with lessons, exercises, and reference materials.

Many instructors also want better materials:

➢ So all students can participate.

➢ So their voice can shine through.

➢ So their discipline can be represented.

➢ So they can use new technologies and pedagogies.


Open Access And Closed Minds? Collaborating Across Campus To Help Faculty Understand Changing Scholarly Communication Models, Elizabeth Price, Leslie Engelson, Candace K. Vance, Rebecca Richardson, Jeffrey Henry 2017 James Madison University

Open Access And Closed Minds? Collaborating Across Campus To Help Faculty Understand Changing Scholarly Communication Models, Elizabeth Price, Leslie Engelson, Candace K. Vance, Rebecca Richardson, Jeffrey Henry

Candace K. Vance

This chapter highlights the efforts of a team of librarians at Murray State University to help the university faculty members understand the Open Access publishing environment.


The Benefits Of Oer In A University Arabic Course, Lina Gomaa 2017 Portland State University

The Benefits Of Oer In A University Arabic Course, Lina Gomaa

Lina Gomaa

I will share my experience writing and e-publishing my open textbook and using it in the classroom. It is the first Arabic textbook in the Open Textbook library at the University of Minnesota and Portland State University’s library website. The book has been downloaded over 300 times all over the world in a year and counting. In addition to the e-book, I will discuss my experience with mediaspace.pdx.edu in class teaching and the students’ reactions to incorporating it in teaching Arabic.


Er&L 2017: Tacos, Queso, And Electronic Resources, Jill Emery 2017 Portland State University

Er&L 2017: Tacos, Queso, And Electronic Resources, Jill Emery

Jill Emery

Provides an overview of the 2017 Electronic Resources & Libraries Annual Conference.


Terms 2.0 Discussion: Two Great Things That Belong Together: Oawal & Terms, Jill Emery, Peter H. McCracken, Graham Stone 2017 Portland State University

Terms 2.0 Discussion: Two Great Things That Belong Together: Oawal & Terms, Jill Emery, Peter H. Mccracken, Graham Stone

Jill Emery

The techniques for electronic resource management are due for a refresher. Our group has been diligently reviewing and updating the current blog to version 2.0 to include open access management. Come join into a discussion of these changes and provide your insights.


Repository Additions, June 2017, Cedarville University 2017 Cedarville University

Repository Additions, June 2017, Cedarville University

DigitalCommons@Cedarville Monthly Reports

No abstract provided.


Digitalcommons@Cedarville Statistical Report For June 2017, Cedarville University 2017 Cedarville University

Digitalcommons@Cedarville Statistical Report For June 2017, Cedarville University

DigitalCommons@Cedarville Monthly Reports

No abstract provided.


Globalization, Open Access, And The Democratization Of Knowledge, Harrison W. Inefuku 2017 Iowa State University

Globalization, Open Access, And The Democratization Of Knowledge, Harrison W. Inefuku

Digital Scholarship and Initiatives Publications

Efforts to fully globalize and democratize information demand intentional efforts to involve and center perspectives that traditional forms of communication have marginalized. Information professionals and the systems they create must proactively attend to developing equitable and inclusive information systems.


Digitalcommons@Usu Fiscal Year Report 2016-2017, Dylan Burns 2017 Utah State University

Digitalcommons@Usu Fiscal Year Report 2016-2017, Dylan Burns

Digital Commons Reports

No abstract provided.


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