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Tuesday, July 31 • 9:00am - 12:00pm
AM05 Building an Open, Fair and Sustainable Information-Rich Research Institution

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Course Chairs: Allegra Swift, MLIS, Scholarly Communications Librarian, UC San Diego; David Minor, MLIS, Director, Research Data Curation Program, UC San Diego Library
Instructor: Allegra Swift; David Minor; Charlotte Roh, Scholarly Communication Librarian at the University of San Francisco; Rebecca Bryant, Senior Program Officer, OCLC: Dublin, OH; Anita De Waard, Research data management at Elsevier; Simon Porter, Digital Science, London

Much of the work in the Scholarly Communications space involves advocacy as it  applies to the many levels of the institutional hierarchy. Shifts in how research and scholarship happen have meant that institutions must collaborate across traditionally isolated units to provide infrastructure and services needed to support these shifts. In addition, institutions are navigating external pressures and a proliferation of research reporting and promoting services and products being marketed by prominent publishers and vendors. The continued success of all who are involved in this scholarly communication life cycle hinges on the ability to anticipate rapid changes in scholarly communication and to adapt to external and internal opportunities and challenges. This course will give participants an overview of the current state of infrastructure and tools with an eye toward implications for the future of scholarly communication and information-rich and responsive universities.
This course is based on the observation that systems of scholarly communication are reproducing rapidly and are being marketed to our campuses to address specific stakeholder needs or as an interoperable system in support of the entire scholarly communication ecosystem. We will learn about advances in the field through evaluation of models, systems (open-source or proprietary platforms), stakeholders and drivers. We will focus on where we can exercise our influence on the infrastructure providers (for-profit and non-profit) to shape a healthy, sustainable, fair and equitable research information and scholarly communication ecosystem.
Three of the five days will feature vendors (commercial and non- or not-for-profit) and university-grown systems providing deep dives into how they support the open and information-rich university. For example, each vendor will be expected to address topics such as: what they are doing to support the open and information-rich university, open access, preprints, guidelines, data management, equity and inclusivity, marketing, and impact measurement and communication tools, as well as actionable takeaways aside from the product. Each day will end with a designated institutional/use case person as the discussion facilitator addressing gaps and opportunities.

Instructor | Speaker
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Rebecca Bryant

Senior Program Officer, OCLC
Rebecca Bryant, PhD, serves as Senior Program Officer at OCLC Research where she leads research and outreach activities related to an array of topics impacting academic libraries, including research information management (RIM), research data management (RDM), and institutional scholarly... Read More →
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Anita DeWaard

Elsevier Research Data Services
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David Minor

Director, Research Data Curation Program, UC San Diego Library
I'm focused on defining what is needed for the contemporary and long-term management of digital data and resources. My position includes significant interaction with stakeholders on the UC San Diego campus, throughout the UC System, and national initiatives. Our program also includes... Read More →
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Simon Porter

VP Academic Relationships and Knowledge Architecture, Digital Science
Simon Porter is the Director of Innovation at Digital Science. Three years ago, Simon came to Digital Science from the University of Melbourne, where he worked for 15 years in roles spanning the Library, Research Administration, and Information Technology. Beginning from a core strength... Read More →
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Charlotte Roh

Scholarly Communications Librarian, USF
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Allegra Swift

Scholarly Communication Librarian, UC San Diego
I support researchers and scholars at UC San Diego from all backgrounds, disciplines, and at all career stages to use, create, and publish scholarship and research in ways that promote its dissemination, accessibility, and impact.I offer guidance so that our academic community can... Read More →

Tuesday July 31, 2018 9:00am - 12:00pm PDT

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