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Kara Malenfant's picture

Prospective hosts for “Scholarly Communication 101" in 2011

Would you like to find other institutions in your area who are interested in applying to host the ACRL workshop “Scholarly Communication 101: Starting with the Basics” in Spring/Summer 2011? Simply add a comment to this discussion thread to publicly express your interest. We hope this helps you identify potential collaborators so that you can consider submitting an application together.

The application will be available January 4, 2011, and due February 7, 2011. Find full details about applying and hosting the workshop at http://acrl.org/ala/mgrps/divs/acrl/issues/scholarlycomm/roadshow.cfm.

Curtis Kendrick's picture

The City University of New York intends to submit an application to host the ACRL workshop "Scholarly Communication 101."  Our university is composed of eleven baccalaureate colleges, six community colleges, a law school, a journalism school and a graduate school.

Curtis Kendrick, University Dean for Libraries and Information Resources, The City University of New York

Robert Morrison's picture

National-Louis University is interested in co-hosting this workshop.  We have 5 campuses in the Chicago area.  Please contact Rob Morrison at 312-261-3372 or rob.morrison@nl.edu.


Joyce Shaw (non-member)'s picture

The University of Southern Mississippi in Hattiesburg (with a dual campus on the Mississippi Gulf Coast in Long Beach) would like partner with nearby Mississippi and Alabama university and research libraries to host the ACRL workship "Scholarly Communication 101: Starting with the Basics". Please contact me if you are interested.  joyce.shaw@usm.edu

Joyce M. Shaw

Gunter Library

Gulf Coast Research Laboratory

University of Southern Mississippi

703 East Beach Drive

Ocean Springs, MS 39564

John Burger (non-member)'s picture

Colleagues:  The Association of Southeastern Research Libraries (ASERL) is considering applying to host one or more ACRL Scholarly Communication Road Shows this summer.  We welcome inquiries from member libraries that would be willing to assist with local arrangements.

John Burger
Association of Southeastern Research Libraries
Atlanta, GA