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6. Scholarly Communication & Library Publishing [clear filter]
Monday, April 3
 

11:00am CDT

S008 - Implementing the University of Wyoming Research Data Repository
The University of Wyoming Libraries and Advanced Research Computing Center worked together over the past year to implement a publications layer to augment the existing petaLibrary storage platform.  From working data "Commons" to the static "Curation" layer, we continue to plan and implement utilities for researchers to publish/share their datasets. 

Speakers
avatar for Amanda Lehman, MLIS

Amanda Lehman, MLIS

Digital Collections Librarian, University of Wyoming Libraries
I am an early-career librarian who wants to do everything. I'm growing as a person and as a librarian in my current position as a repository manager in a university setting. I dive depths and hike or slide mountains.


Monday April 3, 2017 11:00am - 11:45am CDT
Room 202

2:45pm CDT

S021-03 - Open Records for Open Access: Sharing Records for Library-Published Open Access Materials
Many libraries spend a significant amount of time and resources creating open access materials. However, sometimes these works are siloed within institutional websites. This presentation will discuss ways that records for these materials can be shared with others and the affect that sharing has on usage.

Speakers
avatar for Amelia Mowry

Amelia Mowry

Metadata & Discovery Services Librarian, Wayne State University


Monday April 3, 2017 2:45pm - 3:00pm CDT
Room 203

4:30pm CDT

S033-01 - Access Gap: Case Study of a Discipline’s Disuse of Repositories
Research is key for professionals to improve practice; however, most articles are locked behind expensive paywalls. Repositories could overcome this barrier, but are authors depositing their work? This presentation presents the results of examining over 600 citations from high impact social work journals for access via repositories and other platforms.

Speakers
avatar for Kimberly Pendell

Kimberly Pendell

Librarian, Portland State University


Monday April 3, 2017 4:30pm - 4:45pm CDT
Room 203

4:45pm CDT

S033-02 - Beyond the Publishing Social Contract: Institutional Repositories and the University Press.
This paper will explore the potential that exists in collaboration between institutional repositories and University Presses. Depositing University Press works into the Institutional Repository allows for greater access for these materials, while giving academic and scholarly weight to the institutional repository as a source for useful, and used, resources.

Speakers
avatar for Dylan Burns

Dylan Burns

Digital Scholarship Librarian, Utah State University
Dylan Burns (MS, Library and Information Science, University of Illinois, 2016) is the Digital Scholarship Librarian at Utah State University. Dylan's expertise is in memory studies, book history, and scholarly publishing.


Monday April 3, 2017 4:45pm - 5:00pm CDT
Room 203
 
Tuesday, April 4
 

10:00am CDT

Hacking the Web of Science: From "big data" studies to your research portals, getting the most out of the Web of Science
Thousands of institutions around the world use the Web of Science Core Collection every day.  Many also use its high-quality metadata outside of the platform for various purposes. When researchers need to study science, technology, and innovation trends, they turn to the Web of Science Core Collection as the only comprehensive citation source to provide over 100 years of consistent, global publication data.  Researchers can receive large datasets in XML and other formats to combined with other data sources and to use in statistical, networking, and visualization tools.  The same curated metadata are also used to enhance institutional systems like IRs and VIVO via APIs. Using our APIs, an institution can retrieve its publication records from over 17,000 high-impact journals in one place, making it the ideal source to populate researcher publication lists in VIVO or add time cited counts to your IR.  We will discuss these alternative uses of Web of Science Core Collection through customer case studies.

Speakers
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Joey Figueroa

Web of Science
Joey Figueroa is a Solutions Specialist for Research Evaluation and Bibliometric Data in the Global Sales Support group of Clarivate Analytics. Since joining Clarivate Analytics, formerly known as the Intellectual Property and Science division of Thomson Reuters in 2007, he has specialized... Read More →

Exhibitors
avatar for Clarivate Analytics

Clarivate Analytics

Clarivate Analytics accelerates the pace of innovation by providing trusted insights and analytics to customers around the world, enabling them to discover, protect and commercialize new ideas faster. Formerly the Intellectual Property and Science business of Thomson Reuters, we own... Read More →



Tuesday April 4, 2017 10:00am - 10:45am CDT
Room 202

11:15am CDT

S055-01 - A tool for librarians to select metrics across the research lifecycle
In this session we introduce a handy tool, the Librarian Quick Reference Cards for Research Impact Metrics, to select a basket of metrics for different situations. We also introduce a new set of free, community-driven journal metrics, called CiteScore metrics, which can be used to evaluate journal reputation.

Speakers
avatar for Chris James

Chris James

Product Manager Research Metrics, Elsevier
Research metrics, demonstrating (societal) impact, responsible use of metrics and Snowball Metrics. Recently launched CiteScore metrics


Tuesday April 4, 2017 11:15am - 11:30am CDT
Room 203

2:15pm CDT

S067 - The Past, Present, and Future of Texas A&M University's Open Access Fund
Texas A&M University's open access fund supports author fees associated with publishing in peer-reviewed open access venues. We will cover the program management, including lessons learned over three years; impact on publishing at Texas A&M; role in advancing scholarly communications initiatives at Texas A&M; and remaining questions.

Speakers
avatar for Anna J Dabrowski

Anna J Dabrowski

Data Management Librarian, Texas A&M University
Anna J Dabrowski is an Assistant Professor and the Data Management Librarian at Texas A&M University Libraries. She focuses on developing research data management services by providing researchers with consultation, tools, and training.
avatar for Eric Hartnett

Eric Hartnett

Director of Electronic Resources, Texas A&M University
Texas A&M University
avatar for David E Hubbard

David E Hubbard

Science & Engineering Librarian, Texas A&M University
Science & Engineering Librarian and Associate Professor at Texas A&M University. My research interests include bibliometrics, collection development, and visualization.


Tuesday April 4, 2017 2:15pm - 3:00pm CDT
Room 201

3:15pm CDT

S075-01 - Copyright Management of MOOC Resources in a Health Sciences Library
The library was approached to assist course directors to navigate the complicated world of copyright for MOOC development. This requires an extensive amount of time and effort to provide a deep analysis and understading of a variety of resources and copyright guidance.

Speakers
avatar for Katherine Greene

Katherine Greene

Resources & Copyright Support Librarian, Georgetown University Dahlgren Memorial Library
Katherine Greene is a Resources and Copyright Support Librarian at Dahlgren Memorial Library where she has worked on a variety of different tasks and projects since June of 2014. She earned her MSLS degree at The Catholic University of America in May 2014.


Tuesday April 4, 2017 3:15pm - 3:30pm CDT
Room 203

3:15pm CDT

S074 - Designing Information Systems to Enhance Scholarly Identity and Reputation
The globally interconnected research world – now the norm – offers great opportunities for scholarly communication. But, how does your institution create a functional research ecosystem with a confusing and growing list of options? Texas A&M will present what they've done in creating Scholars@TAMU to help achieve their strategic vision.

Speakers
avatar for Laure Haak

Laure Haak

Executive Director, ORCID
I care about effective infrastructures for supporting open research, scholarship, and innovation. Talk to me about persistent identifiers, researcher involvement in managing their own information, ensuring credit for a wide range of contributions, and privacy. Or the Packers... Read More →
avatar for Bruce Herbert

Bruce Herbert

Director, Scholarly Communications, Texas A&M University
Dr. Bruce Herbert is Professor of Geology and currently serves as the Director of the Office of Scholarly Communications in the Sterling C. Evans library At Texas A&M University. As Director of OSC, Dr. Herbert is responsible for strengthening the Library’s efforts in scholarly... Read More →
avatar for Andrea Michalek MS

Andrea Michalek MS

President, Plum Analytics
Andrea Michalek co-founded Plum Analytics, with the vision of bringing more modern ways of telling the stories of research to individuals and organizations that fund, perform or publish research. Previously Andrea founded and was the Chief Technologist of EchoFactor, a spin-off division... Read More →


Tuesday April 4, 2017 3:15pm - 4:00pm CDT
Room 201

3:45pm CDT

S075-03 - The Digital Potential: Making Digital Objects More Than a TIFF image and a MODS Record
Many institutions digitize their physical collections. Unfortunately, once these items are digitized, they reside in a repository and act merely as digital representations of their physical counterparts. I discuss how libraries can make greater use of their homegrown electronic resources through collaborations between scholars, students, and the general community.

Speakers
avatar for Rebecca Ciota

Rebecca Ciota

Grinnell College


Tuesday April 4, 2017 3:45pm - 4:00pm CDT
Room 203
 
Wednesday, April 5
 

8:30am CDT

S089 - Local Digitization Case Studies: Making Local Collections Global
This session seeks to present a series of impactful case studies showcasing locally designed and implemented digitization workflows that serve the source material and its designated community while complimenting the institutional context.

Moderators
avatar for Hannah Marshall

Hannah Marshall

Implementation Manager, Ithaka

Speakers
avatar for Jullianne Ballou

Jullianne Ballou

Digital Archive Project Librarian, University of Texas - Austin
avatar for Mark Pompelia

Mark Pompelia

Visual + Material Resource Librarian, Rhode Island School of Design
avatar for Monica Rivero

Monica Rivero

Digital curation coordinator, Rice University


Wednesday April 5, 2017 8:30am - 9:15am CDT
Room 202

11:30am CDT

Lunch & Learn with Oxford Univeristy Press: Reference Reimagined: Oxford Research Encyclopedias and the New Frontier of Scholarly Reference
**Please use this link to RSVP to reserve your spot for this event**

Damon Zucca, Publisher of Scholarly Reference for Oxford University Press, and Abby Scheel, Humanities Librarian from The Florida State University discuss the role of publishers and subject librarians in offering scholarly reference resources for inter-disciplinary research. They will discuss the current reference landscape, including both free general reference resources and the role of scholarly reference.  The discussion will highlight the Oxford Research Encyclopedias program and the role of contextual scholarly research in the Wikipedia age.

Learning Objectives for this session:

Cross-disciplinary research; Future of Reference; Role of Librarians and University Presses in Developing new Scholarly Reference Resources

Speakers
avatar for Abby Scheel

Abby Scheel

Humanities Librarian, The Florida State University
avatar for Damon Zucca

Damon Zucca

Publisher, Scholarly Reference, Oxford University Press

Exhibitors
avatar for Oxford University Press

Oxford University Press

Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. It furthers the University's objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide.



Wednesday April 5, 2017 11:30am - 1:00pm CDT
Room 301
 


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