ACRL New England Chapter Scholarly Communication 101 Workshop

ACRL NEC Scholarly Communication Special Interest Group
Dartmouth College, Hanover NH July 23rd 2009

Program and Presentations

Introductions and Logistics from Barbara DeFelice, Dartmouth College
Greeting from Cynthia Pawlek, Deputy Librarian & Associate Librarian for User Services, Dartmouth College

10:00-10:15 Setting the Stage: Why Scholarly Communication Matters Now
Elizabeth Kirk, Associate Librarian for Information Resources, Dartmouth College

10:15-11:00 Scholarly Publishing in Flux
Barbara DeFelice, Director, Digital Resources Program, Dartmouth College

11:00-11:15  Break

11:15-11:45  Open Access and Author Rights:  Growing Momentum for Change
Ellen Finnie Duranceau, Scholarly Publishing and Licensing Consultant, MIT

11:45-12:30  Evolving Models of Scholarly and Scientific Publishing
Marilyn Billings, Scholarly Communication & Special Initiatives Librarian, University of Massachusetts, Amherst

12:30-1:30 Lunch

1:30-2:15    Updates :  GoogleBooks, Open Access Mandates, FRPAA (Federal Research Public Access Act), Open Access Day, and other news and opportunities
Carolyn Mills, Library Liaison to Biology and Chair, Scholarly Communications Committee, University of Connecticut

2:15-2:45  What's happening on your campus?   Discussion of ways to take this information back to your campus.  Handout: Keeping Up-to-Date

2:45-3:00   Next steps with ACRL NEC SIG activities and meetings, other resources and building a network of colleagues

3:00-4:00  Tours of the library and campus; meet in the Treasure room