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Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication
Type
Journal
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151 Publications
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OpenAIRE 3.0 (OA, funding)
OAI-PMH
http://jlsc-pub.org/jms/oai/

 

  • Dissertation to Book? A Snapshot of Dissertations Published As Books in 2014 and 2015, Available in Open Access Institutional Repositories

    Johnson, Anna Marie; Goldberg, Tyler; Detmering, Robert (2017)
    INTRODUCTION Graduate students sometimes express consternation about whether the presence of their dissertation in an open access institutional repository (IR) will harm their chances of being able to publish the manuscript as a book. Several studies have addressed the question from different perspectives, but the avenue of examining what had actually been published had not been explored. METHODS This study examines books published in 2014 and 2015 that were listed as dissertations in one lar...

    It Takes More than a Mandate: Factors that Contribute to Increased Rates of Article Deposit to an Institutional Repository

    Zhang, Hui; Boock, Michael; Wirth, Andrea A (2015)
    INTRODUCTION Many institutions have open access (OA) policies that require faculty members to deposit their articles in an institutional repository (IR). A clear motivation is that a policy will result in increased self-archiving. The purpose of this longitudinal study is to compare the impact of a campus-wide OA policy and mediated solicitation of author manuscripts, using quantitative analysis to determine the rate of article deposits over time. METHODS Metadata for faculty articles publish...

    Library-Press Collaborations: A Study Taken on Behalf of the University of Arizona

    Roh, Charlotte (2014)
    BACKGROUND The University of Arizona Press moved under the University of Arizona Library both physically and administratively a few years ago, echoing a trend amongst university presses: 20 AAUP members now are under the administration of university libraries. To understand the new evolving relationships in scholarly communication, a review of university press and library collaborations was undertaken by the University of Arizona Press and the University of Arizona Library through the Associa...

    Assessing Research Data Management Practices of Faculty at Carnegie Mellon University

    Van Tuyl, Steve; Michalek, Gabrielle (2015)
    INTRODUCTION Recent changes to requirements for research data management by federal granting agencies and by other funding institutions have resulted in the emergence of institutional support for these requirements. At CMU, we sought to formalize assessment of research data management practices of researchers at the institution by launching a faculty survey and conducting a number of interviews with researchers. METHODS We submitted a survey on research data management practices to a sample o...

    Crisis and Change: A University Press Environmental Scan

    Berkery, Peter (2014)
    A transcript of the closing keynote address delivered March 6, 2014 at the inaugural Library Publishing Forum in Kansas City, Missouri.
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