July 14, 2020 - So you want to share data in your (institutional*) repository…
On July 14, 2020, in collaboration with the Research Data Services Interest Group (RDSIG), we had a morning of data repository do’s, don’ts, and everything in-between on July 14th, 2020, in an online format (in Zoom), including speakers and a roundtable discussion. We started with a panel of speakers with diverse experiences establishing, administering, and troubleshooting data repositories who discussed topics ranging from generating administrative and researcher buy-in to cross-departmental collaboration and technical support. It was followed by a roundtable discussion in which attendees explored their experiences with the unique benefits, challenges, and surprises, pleasant or otherwise, of managing data in repositories.
Copyright Bootcamp #1
On January 10, 2019, SCIG hosted a one-day advanced copyright bootcamp on licensing topics at the Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
eContent Licensing. Includes an overview of contracts for licensing library resources, and a hands-on exercise learning to spot key issues that should be negotiated. (Joan Emmet, Yale)
Negotiation Methods & Theory and Introducing Scholarly Communication Issues into Library Content Licenses. Includes a hands-on exercise using "principled negotiation" to engage with a vendor on adding scholarly communication-related supports to a license. (Ellen Finnie, MIT)
Open Access, Nonexclusive Licensing, and Author Rights Includes an overview of copyright in relation to author contracts; a hands-on exercise reviewing an author publication agreement; pointers about talking with authors about their publication agreements; an overview of Creative Commons licensing and how open access policies can change the copyright default for authors. (Kyle Courtney, Harvard, & Laura Quilter, UMass)
ARCL/NEC webinar: Licensing for openness
How can your library move toward openness when acquiring new resources? Strategies include both prioritizing open resources and maximizing the openness of licensed resources. Join us to hear from three leaders in the field on innovative licensing models: Ivy Anderson, Director, Collection Development and Management Program, California Digital Library Celeste Feather, Senior Director of Licensing and Strategic Partnerships, LYRASIS Katie Zimmerman, Scholarly Communications & Licensing Librarian, MIT This webinar is the first installment of a series on licensing, co-sponsored by the ACRL/NEC Scholarly Communication Interest Group (SCIG), the ACRL/NEC Electronic Resources Management Interest Group (ERMIG), and the New England Chapter of the Association for Information Science and Technology (NEASIST). https://youtu.be/xjM0g9NoPdM
December 2017 program: "Shaking Up Scholarly Communication: What's New in Open Access Publishing"
On December 7, 2017, SCIG hosted "Shaking Up Scholarly Communication: What's New in Open Access Publishing," a one-day program held at MIT. Librarians and OA publishers and editors presented on new, innovative initiatives spanning different aspects of the open access landscape.
Migrating a Repository from Digital Commons: Tips and Lessons Learned (Hillary Corbett, Director, Scholarly Communication & Digital Publishing and University Copyright Center, and Sarah Sweeney, Digital Repository Manager, Northeastern University Libraries)
Advancing the Open Access Agenda with Library Support of Open Access Journals (Marilyn Billings, Scholarly Communication & Special Initiatives Librarian, UMass Amherst)
Shake It Off (The Journal of eScience Librarianship's Regina Raboin, Editor In Chief, UMass Medical School; Julie Goldman, Managing Editor, Harvard Medical School; and Lisa Palmer, Distribution Editor, UMass Medical School)
Voting with Our Dollars, Democratizing Access (Ellen Finnie, Head, Scholarly Communications & Collections Strategy, MIT)
Liberal Arts Institutions and Scholarly Publishing (Mark Edington, Director, Amherst College Press)
This fall, ACRL New England’s Scholarly Communication Interest Group has teamed up with the New England Copyright Crew to offer a one- or two-day copyright workshop, in two different locations:
December 1 & 2, 2015 in Boston, MA
December 15 & 16, 2015 in Amherst, MA
New Tools for Knowledge: An Overview of Resources that Support Research Analytics, Faculty Profiles, and Bibliographies
Northeastern University, April 15, 2011
SCIG Program materials
acrl-ne-schol-comm-sig-overview-of-sccs-approaches-dec-2017.pdf | pdf | 1.4 MB | Last changed: 02/01/2018 2:28pm
ACRL-NEC-Dec-2017.pdf | pdf | 6.3 MB | Last changed: 02/01/2018 2:27pm
Shake-It-Off.pdf | pdf | 2.2 MB | Last changed: 02/01/2018 2:29pm
Migrating-a-Repository-from-Digital-Commons.pdf | pdf | 82 KB | Last changed: 02/01/2018 2:36pm