Library and Information Science
Presented as part of the Institute on Scholarly Communication ARL-ACRL ISC Webinar Series, Program 4A: Broader Library Involvement in Building Programs—Organizational Strategy.
Program 4A will focus on the shifting roles of libraries and their staffs, specifically as it relates to broader involvement in scholarly communications activities. Speakers will discuss how libraries are conceiving of their work differently and how they are filling these needs. Case studies will highlight the time and energy scholarly communications activities are taking at their institutions and how the work is managed.
*Karen Williams, Associate University Librarian for Academic Programs, University of Minnesota Libraries
*Michael Furlough, Assistant Dean for Scholarly Communications and Co-Director, Office of Digital Scholarly Publishing, Penn State University
*Doug Way, Head of Collections, Grand Valley State University
Way, Doug, "Development of a Scholarly Communications Program at Grand Valley State University" (2010). Presentations. Paper 35.