The idea that universities and libraries ought to be more involved in developing a university's research distribution policy and developing strategies for the distribution of research and scholarship is one that is sparking a lot of interest among provosts and other university administrators. Institutional repositories provide an important infrastructure for developing research distribution strategies, but many other aspects such as scholarly communication issues, copyright issues, campus publishing policies and strategies, faculty copyright and intellectual property education and issues, electronic theses and dissertations, and open access publishing must also be part of the discussion.
This webinar develops a framework for thinking about research distribution policies and strategies and uses Boise State University as a case study. It also provides librarians with strategies for selling the institutional repository concept and working with administrators and others on campus.
Who Should Attend
Anyone who has an interest in the topic or a need for the information.
Marilyn K. Moody is Dean of the University Library at Boise State University. Her responsibilities include providing leadership for all aspects of library services and collections. Marilyn’s interests include scholarly communication issues and the development of research distribution policies and strategies. She is the co-author with Jean L. Sears of three editions of the reference work Using Government Information Sources. She has also authored articles and book chapters and given presentations on a range of topics including government information, distance learning, and the impact of technology on libraries.
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