Open access publishing, Scholarly publishing, Academic libraries
Graham Stone and Jill Emery have been working to try to develop an outline of some of the best practices for managing open access workflow management in academic libraries. In March 2014, we went live with OAWAL (pronounced owl): a crowdsourced blog/wiki to develop some of these practices and learn what innovators and experts in the field of scholarly communications and open access management have been doing. Our project is international in scope and relies heavily on countries such as the UK where country mandates are driving the development of workflows and management tools. This presentation will focus on recent developments both in the US & UK with open access management and will also draw from recent input sessions held at the Charleston Conference.
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Jill Emery. "Learning to Give a Hoot: Open Access Workflows for Academic Librarians (OAWAL)" ACRL/NY Symposium. New York, NY. Dec. 2014.