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Scholarly Communications = how scholars communicate
What do scholars, researchers, and scientists communicate?
How do scholars, researchers, and scientists communicate ideas and research results?
- journal articles
- conference proceedings
- social media
Why is the library involved in Scholarly Communications?
- libraries have for centuries been responsible for the preservation and dissemination of the scholarly record, and educating people on its uses--further education, scholarship, and research, as well as improving their everyday lives at work and at home
- librarians value making scholarship, research, and information accessible and understandable to all
Discovery and Open Access to read and to publish educational material and scholarly research
- Open Educational Resources (OER) as teaching materials, textbooks, supplementary readings and viewing
- Open Access journal articles
- Open Access books
- Open Data
- Open Source software
- Open Pedagogy materials
Innovation and emerging research methods and presentation modes
Scholarship is a conversation
Library Publishing and sharing/preservation of scholarship
Institutional Academic Repository
Online Exhibits and Visualizations
Open Access books and Open Educational Resources (OER)
Peer Review in the Open ecosystem
Authority is constructed and contextual
Sustainability of the scholarly record
Digital Scholarship and Digital Humanities
The new Digital and Public Humanities (DPH) minor
Academic Research and co-curricular teaching and learning engagement
Library consultations, referrals, and workshops
Metrics and assessment of research/scholarship/creative works
Scholarly Communications Librarian