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The scholarly communications cookbook

Author: Brianna Buljung; Emily Bongiovanni
Publisher: Chicago : Association of College and Research Libraries, [2021]
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The Scholarly Communications Cookbook features 84 recipes that can help you establish programs, teach concepts, conduct outreach, and use scholarly communications technologies in your library. The book is divided into 4 thorough sections. Recipes can be used by those new to scholarly communications, early-career librarians, and more experienced professionals looking for fresh ideas for their institution.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version :
Scholarly communications cookbook.
Chicago : Association of College and Research Libraries, 2021
(DLC) 2021948194
(OCoLC)1285511001
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Brianna Buljung; Emily Bongiovanni
ISBN: 9780838938485 0838938485
OCLC Number: 1280136101
Description: 1 online resource (358 pages) : illustrations (chiefly color)
Contents: Intro --
The Scholarly Communications Cookbook --
Dedication --
TABLE OF CONTENTS --
Introduction --
Souping Up Scholarly Communications Via the Power of Office Colocation --
Carol E. Smith, University Librarian, Colorado School of Mines, cesmith@mines.edu --
Research Strategies Certificate Program: --
A Recipe for Librarians Who Prefer Their Scholarly Communications Instruction Program Well Done --
Brian Quinn, Librarian, Texas Tech University, brian.quinn@ttu.edu --
A Teaching-focused Scholarly Communication Starter: Kneading Strategic Partnerships Daina Dickman, Scholarly Communication Librarian, Sacramento State University, daina.dickman@gmail.com --
Melissa Seelye, Scholarly Communication Coordinator, San Francisco State University, mseelye@sfsu.edu --
Promoting Student Authorship and Research Skills through Campus Collaborations --
Heather F. Ball, Student Success Librarian, St. John's University, ballh@stjohns.edu --
The ScholComm Symposium Stew: --
Introducing Students to the Research Life Cycle Ingredients Manda Vrkljan, Librarian, Centre for Industrial Relations and Human Resources, University of Toronto, manda.vrkljan@utoronto.ca --
Silvia Vong, Head of Public Services, University of St. Michael's College in the University of Toronto, silvia.vong@utoronto.ca --
Campus Engagement with Research, Competition, and Opportunity: --
A Lightning-Round Showcase --
A. Miller, Associate Professor, Digital Scholarship Initiatives, Middle Tennessee State University, a.miller@mtsu.edu --
Professional Development as a Piece of Cake: --
How to Host a Scholarly Communication Mini-Conference Jen Bonnet, Social Sciences & Humanities Librarian, University of Maine, jenbonnet@maine.edu --
Gone Walkabout: --
Door-To-Door Faculty Engagement --
Christopher J. J. Thiry, Academic Outreach Coordinator, Arthur Lakes Library, Colorado School of Mines, cthiry@mines.edu --
Developing a Podcast for Highlighting Faculty Teaching and Research --
Allison N. Symulevich, Scholarly Communications Librarian, University of South Florida, asymulev@usf.edu --
Ricky Zager, Instructional Designer, University of South Florida, zager@usf.edu Timothy P. Henkel, Director, Center for Innovative Teaching & Learning, University of South Florida, tphenkel@usf.edu --
The Proof is in the Pudding: --
Building a Local Repository for Online Learning Objects --
Jordan Hale, Digital Repositories Librarian, University of Waterloo, jhale@uwaterloo.ca --
Kari D. Weaver, Learning, Teaching, and Instructional Design Librarian, University of Waterloo, kdweaver@uwaterloo.ca --
Cultivating an OER Culture on Campus
Responsibility: edited by Brianna Buljung and Emily Bongiovanni.

Abstract:

The Scholarly Communications Cookbook features 84 recipes that can help you establish programs, teach concepts, conduct outreach, and use scholarly communications technologies in your library. The book is divided into 4 thorough sections. Recipes can be used by those new to scholarly communications, early-career librarians, and more experienced professionals looking for fresh ideas for their institution.

In response to new forms of research output and mandates for open data and science, scholarly communications and related work on research data management, copyright, and open access have become important services for academic librarians--including instruction and liaison librarians--to offer faculty and students. Academic libraries have become increasingly vital throughout the entire research process. The Scholarly Communications Cookbook features 84 recipes that can help you establish programs, teach concepts, conduct outreach, and use scholarly communications technologies in your library. The book is divided into 4 thorough sections: 1. Taking Your Program to the Next Level 2. Open Educational Resources 3. Publishing Models and Open Access 4. Tools, Trends, and Best Practices for Modern Researchers Recipes can be used by those new to scholarly communications, early-career librarians, and more experienced professionals looking for fresh ideas for their institution. Each recipe includes outcomes for implementing the project, and many also include outcomes for end-users like workshop attendees. Chefs have also aligned recipes to standards and frameworks, including the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education, the ACRL Scholarly Communications Toolkit, and NASIG's Core Competencies for Scholarly Communication Librarians.

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