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5-minute Lightning Talk

Description

This talk introduces one model for promoting campus-wide support of open and sustainable scholarship principles, which a library can use in negotiations with publishers and vendors. It follows the formation of the library-based Open & Sustainable Scholarly Communication group and its faculty advisory committee through its tasks.

These tasks include: Surveying faculty on their attitudes toward Open scholarship, raising campus awareness of Open scholarship, and developing a reasonable set of principles that support our commitment to Open.

Learning Outcomes

  • Attendees will learn about common faculty reactions to open publishing;
  • Attendees will explore one model for discussing open scholarly communication at an institutional level;
  • Attendees will leave with suggested resources for promoting open scholarship at their own institutions.

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© 2022 Zach Welhouse

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Start Date

25-3-2022 1:20 PM

End Date

25-3-2022 1:35 PM

Persistent Identifier

https://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/37337

Subjects

Scholarly communication, Open scholarship

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Mar 25th, 1:20 PM Mar 25th, 1:35 PM

From Raising Awareness to Establishing Negotiating Principles: A Model for Promoting Open Scholarly Communication

This talk introduces one model for promoting campus-wide support of open and sustainable scholarship principles, which a library can use in negotiations with publishers and vendors. It follows the formation of the library-based Open & Sustainable Scholarly Communication group and its faculty advisory committee through its tasks.

These tasks include: Surveying faculty on their attitudes toward Open scholarship, raising campus awareness of Open scholarship, and developing a reasonable set of principles that support our commitment to Open.