The ULA 2013 Conference is going to be held at the Utah Valley Convention Center, from May 1 - 3, 2013.
How Repositories Make Better Subject Librarians (and How Subject Librarians make Better Repositories) / Scholarly Communications Services: New Feedback from Teaching Faculty
How Repositories make better subject librarians:
Subject Librarians and Institutional Repository (IR) Librarians will discuss new strategies for working collaboratively to build the IR and promote its use. At USU, subject librarians not only market the IR to their departments, but also clear copyright for scholarly works to be included in the IR. This new model helps USU build the IR more quickly, and it helps subject librarians learn about their subject areas while building relationships with their constituents. While faculty and the University benefit from this approach, challenges will also be discussed.
Pamela N. Martin
Scholarly Communications Services: New Feedback from Teaching Faculty:
The Harold B. Lee Library (HBLL) aims to support BYU faculty in all areas of scholarly communication by hosting a range of tools to help faculty: *improve the visibility of their scholarly work, *make their work accessible to other researchers, and *manage digital scholarship. In 2010, HBLL's Scholarly Communication team developed an online survey to gather data from campus faculty to help determine how to improve current services and develop new resources. Survey results show how priorities differ from the sciences to the humanities. This session will share survey results and how HBLL is responding to meet faculty needs.
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