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“When We’re Done with It, We Don’t Care What Happens to It” What Open Access Practitioners Can Learn from Deadheads
(Rowman & Littlefield, 2016)
Historians and commentators have long praised the Grateful Dead for their razor-sharp business acumen, especially the band’s policy on audience taping. What started as way to stem the tide of bootlegs (while keeping a ...
Engaging in a Campus-Wide Conversation About Open Access
(Texas Library Association, 2014)
Open access (OA) scholarship—generally, scholarship made freely available online with minimal copyright and licensing restrictions—is a major focus of many academic libraries. Academic libraries are perfectly situated to ...
Leading a Campus-Wide Conversation About Open Access
Open access (OA) scholarship—generally, scholarship made freely available online with minimal copyright and licensing restrictions—is a “hot topic” in academic libraries. Academic libraries are perfectly situated to lead ...
Cultivating our ORCID garden: Lessons learned from publishers
ORCID (Open Researcher and Contributor ID)--developed to address the problem of name ambiguity in scholarship--has been widely welcomed by many in the scholarly communications community, including many academic librarians. ...
Building and Managing Your Online Profile as an Academic
Slides from a workshop on raising your online visibility as an academic.
Measuring Open Access Policy Compliance: Results of a Survey
(Pacific University Libraries, 2018)
INTRODUCTION: In the last decade, a significant number of institutions have adopted open access (OA) policies. Many of those working with OA policies are tasked with measuring policy compliance. This article reports on a ...
Libraries at the hub as the federally funded research wheel turns to open
Academic libraries are strong partners in supporting researcher compliance with both funder public access policies and institutional open access policies, and are increasingly involved in research data management activities. ...
"Good Enough": Developing a Simple Workflow for Open Access Policy Implementation
(Taylor & Francis, 2014)
Academic libraries are often tasked with open access (OA) policy implementation. Many academic libraries have developed robust workflows that utilize custom-built management tools and receive support from a number of library ...
Reasons for Non-Compliance with an Institutional OA Policy
As the number of institutional open access policies increases, libraries and other academic units must figure out ways to facilitate faculty compliance. This poster shares initial results of a study tracking faculty ...
What Does Your Data Need?
What does research data need so that it can live on after the experiment is over? Challenges facing Rice researchers in successfully (and strategically) managing their research data include formulating an effective data ...