747 Howard St
San Francisco, CA 94103
Saturday, June 27th, 2015
Over the past few years, collaborations have been increasing between academic libraries and students and early-career researchers (ECRs) -- specifically around the issues of Open Access, Open Educational Resources and Open Data. Although academic libraries often work directly with faculty members on "open" issues, there is a growing opportunity for libraries to engage with graduate students and other early career researchers, who make up the next generation of faculty members, and have the potential to collectively transform scholarly communication systems into fully open models.
This forum will discuss the benefits of working with students and ECRs and highlight how libraries can engage effectively with these important stakeholders by showcasing successful examples of collaboration.
Juan Pablo Alperin, Publishing Program Instructor, Simon Fraser University [slides]
David Carlson, Dean of University Libraries at Texas A&M University [slides]
Abigail Goben, Health Sciences Library Liaison, University of Illinois-Chicago Health Sciences Library [slides]
Juliya Ziskina, Co-Founder of the Open Access Student Initiative at the University of Washington [slides]