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6. Scholarly Communication [clear filter]
Sunday, April 3
 

1:00pm

W02 - Workshop! Understanding Copyright and Making It Work for Your Library
You need this ticket from Eventbrite to sign up: Pre-Conf Workshop 2: Understanding Copyright and Making It Work for Your Library.
Learn about copyright basics, the latest developments in copyright and its impact on library collections, and how copyright can help promote and expand library services.  
For those familiar with copyright, this workshop will serve as a copyright refresher course. This session will also be useful for those who do not engage with copyright issues on a daily basis, and would like to know more.

Speakers
avatar for Sharon Farb

Sharon Farb

AUL, UCLA Library
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Angela Riggio

Head, Scholarly Communication and Licesning, UCLA


Sunday April 3, 2016 1:00pm - 5:00pm
Perry Castaneda Library - Learning Lab 3
 
Monday, April 4
 

9:45am

S03 - Altmetrics in Practice: Librarian and LIS Faculty Views
Altmetrics measure the impact of scholarship via mentions in social media and other non-traditional venues. For librarians and faculty, altmetrics are also a new area for research. The focus of this presentation is the results of surveys of academic librarians’ and LIS scholars’ awareness and use of altmetrics.

Speakers
avatar for Stacy Konkiel

Stacy Konkiel

Director of Research Relations, Digital Science
Stacy Konkiel is the Director of Research Relations at Digital Science. She studies incentives systems in academia and informetrics, and has written and presented widely about altmetrics, Open Science, and library services. Previously, Stacy worked with teams at Impactstory, Indiana... Read More →
avatar for Dr. Sarah Sutton

Dr. Sarah Sutton

Associate Professor of Library and Information Man, Emporia State University School of Library and Information Management
I'm currently on the faculty of the School of Library and Information Management at Emporia State University where I teach information organization, collection development, and, of course, e-resources management. I love to talk about what practicing librarians in serials and e-resources... Read More →



Monday April 4, 2016 9:45am - 10:30am
Room 203

3:25pm

Bringing the Fieldwork Notes of the Pioneers of Anthropology to an Open Access Database: Innovating New Funding Models for Open Access
In April of 2016 Alexander Street will launch Anthropological Fieldwork Notes Online and the Anthropology Commons. This cross-searchable, integrated to an Open Access and for-fee database creates an unprecedented publishing solution for primary sources and archival materials in the field of anthropology.  This 200,000+ page collection is an ambitious effort to find, license and digitize the fieldwork notes, images and recordings that informed the writing of the seminal anthropologists of the 20th century: Malinowski, Benedict, Gluckman and more. 

Come to this session to learn about how we are innovating a new funding model for Open Access.

Speakers
avatar for David Parker

David Parker

VP, Editorial & Licensing, Alexander Street a ProQuest Company
David Parker is VP Editorial and Licensing for Alexander Street – the leading provider of video, multi-media databases and unique, curated content to the global university library market. Prior to his role with Alexander Street, David founded Business Expert Press and served as... Read More →

Exhibitors
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Alexander Street

Alexander Street pairs exclusive streaming video, audio, and curated full-text with cutting-edge online tools to transform the way people research, learn, and teach in virtually every discipline. Learn more at http://alexanderstreet.com... Read More →



Monday April 4, 2016 3:25pm - 4:10pm
Room 103
  • Online Recording Status Online
 
Tuesday, April 5
 

1:15pm

Research Metrics & the Evolving Role of the Library in Institutional and Faculty Assessment
Librarians have been redefining their role for the past 25 years. In today’s electronic world, librarians position themselves beyond traditional search experts: they focus their activities on data preservation and as experts for the institutional repository, as well as advisors on Open Access Policy for the university. Their expertise and understanding of complex metrics can now serve a new audience: research administration and research program strategy. In the session, we would like to  review these analytical use cases through the InCites™ platform, as well as hopefully hear from librarians on their role in the use of research performance metrics for the university.

Exhibitors
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Thomson Reuters

Thomson Reuters is the world’s leading source of intelligent information for businesses and professionals. Intelligent information is a unique synthesis of human intelligence, industry expertise and innovative technology that provides decision-makers with the knowledge to act... Read More →



Tuesday April 5, 2016 1:15pm - 2:00pm
Room 103
  • Online Recording Status Online

3:30pm

S64 - When Numbers Don’t Lie: Telling Not-So-Good Assessment Stories to Faculty and Administrators
This presentation will examine ways to present a library’s story to its stakeholders when e-resource data shows downward trends. It will explore potential resistance from telling such stories, and the ramifications in reporting data that may reflect dwindling resource availability or a lower ranking compared to peer comparisons.

Speakers
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Rich Wisneski

Assistant Director, Cleveland State University



Tuesday April 5, 2016 3:30pm - 4:15pm
Room 301