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Strategies of Effective Open Access Outreach Services to Researchers: A Qualitative Study
Many academic libraries now offer support services to assist researchers in making their outputs open access (OA) and in complying with funder OA policies. The focus of this qualitative study was on outreach efforts to ...
“Outreach by Stealth” and Other Strategies of Effective Open Access Outreach Services to Researchers
(C-EBLIP Fall Symposium, 2016-10-12)
Many major funders around the world are now mandating that grant recipients make the products of their research publicly available through Open Access (OA) outlets; and many academic libraries now offer support services ...
Internal Report: Results of U of S Faculty Survey on Scholarly Communications Behaviours & Needs
The intention of this report is to communicate to University Library administration, and interested library employees, the results of a survey of all U of S faculty carried out in November 2012. The report mainly consists ...
The Scholarly Communications Needs of Faculty: An Evidence-Based Foundation for the Development of Library Services
Objectives – This exploratory research seeks to broadly understand the publishing behaviours and attitudes of faculty, across all disciplines, at the University of Saskatchewan in response to the growing significance of ...
Communicating Collections Cancellations to Campus: A Qualitative Study
Academic libraries around the world are cancelling big deal journal subscriptions at an increasing rate. This is primarily due to budgetary challenges, the unsustainable hyperinflationary pricing of these packages, and a ...