Scholarly Communications Interest Group
10:30 am to 12:00 pm
The last year has been an exciting one in the scholarly communications arena; it has seen the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy RFI's on public access to federally funded research and data, the rise and fall of the Research Works Act, the Cost of Knowledge site, development of the DMP Tool and other data management related resources and training, the petition to the White House on public access to federally funded research, the Modern Language Association's call for evaluators to give digital scholarship full regard, among other items of note.
The ALCTS Scholarly Communications Interest Group invites you to join your colleagues for an open, guided discussion of the many events internal and external to the library community related to scholarly communications. Please come ready to share what has been significant to your work and organization and to talk about how the library community can continue to engage in the important work around scholarly communications.
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