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Undergraduate Research Journals: Benefits and Good Practices of Involving Students in Content Creation and Other Scholarly Communication Activities
(WILU 2017 Conference, University of Alberta, 2017-05)
Supporting undergraduate students as authors and editors in the production of their own journal benefits not only them but also the library, the institution, and the academy. In this presentation we will relate our practical ...
Online Presence for Researches: Using websites & social media for knowledge dissemination, collaboration, and profile raising (while still having time for your research)
(C-EBLIP Fall Symposium 2016, 2016-10-12)
Developing an online presence is increasingly important for researchers in all areas, particularly in interdisciplinary fields where collaborative research teams and new modes of knowledge dissemination are vital to scholarly ...
Effective practices and strategies for open access outreach: A qualitative study
INTRODUCTION There are many compelling reasons to make research open access (OA), but raising the awareness of faculty and administrators about OA is a struggle. Now that more and more funders are introducing OA policies, ...
Communicating Cancellations to Campus: Strategies Across Canada
(Ontario Library Association Super Conference, 2018-01-31)
Discover the trends and strategies that emerged from a content analysis of CARL libraries communications around cancellations considering change management.
Invisible Paywalls: Recognizing Information Privilege in Academia
(Teaching and Learning Today Conference 2018, 2018-05-01)
Academic libraries work hard to make access to online journals as seamless as possible for their campus communities. So much so that students (and some faculty) are typically unaware that paywalls to this content exist for ...