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Marilyn billings scholarly communication librarian university of massachusetts amherst

Marilyn Billings

Scholarly Communication Librarian

University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Evolving Models of scholarly and scientific publishing


Traditional vs new models
Traditional vs New Models

Traditional

Journals in the sciences

Monographs in the humanities

New

Institutional Digital Repositories

Open Access Journals

Many more – blogs, wikis


Campus publishing strategies
Campus Publishing Strategies

Catherine Mitchell, Director, eScholarship Publishing Group, California Digital Library, University of California : On Services, Users & Alliances (SPARC Digital Repositories meeting Nov 2008)

http://vimeo.com/2900627


Why libraries why librarians
Why Libraries? Why Librarians?

  • “In general, librarians lead the IR effort in all stages of IR development.” – Soo Young Rieh

    • Library role as steward of scholarship

    • Collection development expertise

    • Liaison role with faculty

    • Center of expertise on metadata

    • Commitment to long-term preservation

    • Complementarity of repository and licensed digital materials


Library publishing programs
Library Publishing Programs

Partnerships with University Presses

Library and University-based Journal Publishing

Other New Alliances


New alliances
New Alliances

Office of Research

Office of Provost, or Academic Affairs

Graduate School

Center for Teaching, or Faculty Development

Outreach, Continuing Education

Individual faculty research projects


Pkp scholarly publishing conference
PKP Scholarly Publishing Conference

The conference blog has presentations:http://blogs.ubc.ca/pkp2009/conference-sessions-2/

Keynotes, panel and themed sessions


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