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Global Engagement in Library-Led Publishing

A successful open access journal can have influence across the globe, thanks to careful planning, a well-defined mission, and a library publishing program to be your champion.

Listen as Chris Hollister, co-founder and co-editor of Communications in Information Literacy; Karen Bjork, Digital Initiatives Coordinator at Portland State University; and Promita Chatterji of Digital Commons, provide three perspectives on global knowledge sharing and fostering a successful library-led publishing program.

Topics include:
• Fostering international dialogue through journal publishing
• Facilitating a strong editor-librarian relationship
• Staffing for the sustainability of journals and conferences
• Technical considerations and platform development
Recorded Apr 26 2019 56 mins
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Karen Bjork, Portland State University; Chris Hollister, University at Buffalo; Promita Chatterji, bepress | Elsevier
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    Thanks to some sharp questions from vigilant customers, the Digital Commons Product team recently completed a stringent review of IR content discoverability on the two most popular search engines, Google and Google Scholar. The results, and what we learned along the way, create a great opportunity to share more about open web discoverability and what you can do to maximize the reach of your IR’s content. On November 20, join Digital Commons Director of Product Ann Connolly for “The art & science of your IR’s discoverability: an update on Google & Google Scholar,” a tour of discoverability and current best practices. Topics will include:
    •Demystifying the difference between discoverability and SEO
    •Unexpected findings from recent data analysis on Google and Google Scholar
    •Why a hosted platform benefits your institution’s discoverability
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  • Montclair Levels Up: Supporting the Institutional Mission with your Repository Oct 30 2019 3:00 pm UTC 60 mins
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    Montclair State University achieved a major milestone this year, earning the high research activity R2 status by the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education. An essential part of their transformation? The institutional repository. On October 30, join Montclair State repository team members Karen Ramsden and Darren Sweeper as they describe the challenges and successes of integrating their IR into a growing culture of research. Topics include:
    -Aligning the institutional repository with strategic goals to give the library a seat at the table
    -Engaging internal and external stakeholders with the IR
    -Outreach to faculty on a changing campus
    -Continuing to leverage the power of the repository over time

    Darren Sweeper is responsible for managing, coordinating and administering all aspects of the Government Documents Department at Montclair State University’s Sprague Library. He is especially interested in data and statistical literacy and how government information can be used to promote life-long learning in the social sciences particularly in education, sociology and the sociology of education. Darren received his BS in Criminal Justice and Sociology, MA in Political Science and Masters in Library and Information Science from Rutgers University.

    Karen Ramsden currently serves as Research and Projects Specialist and Coordinator of Digital Commons for Sprague Library at Montclair State University. In her current position, Karen plays a crucial role in helping to direct and shape the character and overall nature of all library-related projects from conception through development, production, and introduction to the intended audience. Additionally she serves on numerous University-related committees and initiatives, and as lead administrator for Research with Montclair. Karen received a Master’s in Public Administration from Kean University and is currently enrolled in the Master’s Degree Program in Social Research and Analysis at Montclair State.
  • Faster, Stronger: The Future of Digital Commons Recorded: Oct 1 2019 56 mins
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    Get an exclusive look at what’s in the works for Digital Commons that will make it even more valuable for you and your institution:
    - Populate your Digital Commons IR faster, including the latest update on automated harvesting directly into DC.
    - Demonstrate the impact of your Digital Commons IR more effectively, including the latest preview of a new usage and readership dashboard.
    - Improve your institution’s OA journals published on Digital Commons.
  • Replay: Fresh Start for a New School Year: Consulting Services Q&A Recorded: Sep 6 2019 38 mins
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    Summer is coming to an end, and the smell of pencils is in the air! Whether you have a new repository, new faculty to reach, or new projects to begin, September is the time for a fresh start. On September 5th, join Jennifer Pesetsky, Aaron Doran and Sarah Loyd, of Digital Commons Consulting Services, as they present new ideas for a fresh start and freshening up your institutional repository. Topics include:
    •Redesigning your IR to match your new branding
    •Introducing new faculty to your IR
    •Small improvements for big results
    •Q&A with three CS experts
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    Aaron Doran, Sarah Loyd, Jennifer Pesetsky
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    •Redesigning your IR to match your new branding
    •Introducing new faculty to your IR
    •Small improvements for big results
    •Q&A with three CS experts
  • Replay: Creating a Copyright Policy for your IR Recorded: Aug 28 2019 59 mins
    Shawn Martin, Dartmouth College
    The world of copyright is vast, and there are some basics that every institutional repository administrator needs to know. Whether you're launching your new repository or looking to strengthen your copyright outreach on campus, join Shawn Martin, Head of Scholarly Communication, Copyright, and Publishing at Dartmouth College, as he presents "Creating a Copyright Policy for your IR" on August 27, 2019. Topics include:
    - What is an isn't under the umbrella of the University's rights to post
    - The ins and outs of licenses
    - Rights checking workflows that won't consume all your time
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  • Creating a Copyright Policy for your IR Recorded: Aug 27 2019 60 mins
    Shawn Martin, Dartmouth College
    The world of copyright is vast, and there are some basics that every institutional repository administrator needs to know. Whether you're launching your new repository or looking to strengthen your copyright outreach on campus, join Shawn Martin, Head of Scholarly Communication, Copyright, and Publishing at Dartmouth College, as he presents "Creating a Copyright Policy for your IR" on August 27, 2019. Topics include:
    - What is an isn't under the umbrella of the University's rights to post
    - The ins and outs of licenses
    - Rights checking workflows that won't consume all your time
    - Including copyright in your outreach strategies
  • Collaborating for Successful Open Access Publishing Recorded: Jun 28 2019 56 mins
    Yvonne Desmond and Kevin Griffin, Technological University Dublin
    Technological University Dublin is a first-of-its-kind university in Ireland, thanks in part to a first-of-its-kind open access journal publishing program that supports and amplifies the culture of research at the university.

    On May 21st at 11:00 a.m. Greenwich Mean Time, Yvonne Desmond, Digital Services and Research Librarian at Technological University Dublin, and Kevin Griffin, Kevin Griffin, Lecturer in the School of Hospitality Management and Tourism and editor of the International Journal of Religious Tourism and Pilgrimage, shared the history and lessons learned from the publishing program's role at the university.

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    • How innovative thinking and technology can transform global reach
    • Tips for successful collaborations
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  • Global Engagement in Library-Led Publishing Recorded: Apr 26 2019 56 mins
    Karen Bjork, Portland State University; Chris Hollister, University at Buffalo; Promita Chatterji, bepress | Elsevier
    A successful open access journal can have influence across the globe, thanks to careful planning, a well-defined mission, and a library publishing program to be your champion.

    Listen as Chris Hollister, co-founder and co-editor of Communications in Information Literacy; Karen Bjork, Digital Initiatives Coordinator at Portland State University; and Promita Chatterji of Digital Commons, provide three perspectives on global knowledge sharing and fostering a successful library-led publishing program.

    Topics include:
    • Fostering international dialogue through journal publishing
    • Facilitating a strong editor-librarian relationship
    • Staffing for the sustainability of journals and conferences
    • Technical considerations and platform development
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    Is your institutional repository living up to its potential? Does it create excitement for stakeholders on campus?

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    Library services reflect the culture and collections of each unique institution that hosts them, but that doesn't mean there aren't lessons to be shared!

    In our final Campus Engagement at Any Stage webinar, Jennifer Pate, Scholarly Communications and Instruction Librarian at the University of North Alabama, shares challenges and successes launching a new repository initiative on campus.

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    • How students see the immediate and long-term benefits of library publishing services
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    Kirstie Haruta, bepress | Elsevier
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  • Responding in real time to a large university's needs Recorded: Aug 15 2018 45 mins
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    - Supporting a wide variety of content types
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    In this webinar Brenda Fay, Librarian Specialist, and Jennifer Deal, Lead Librarian, share their experiences exploring, implementing, and growing Aurora’s repository. Brenda and Jennifer will discuss:

    -Why and how the library determined a repository was a vital investment
    -Creating buy-in throughout the organization
    -Using the repository to launch and support a new journal
    -Day-to-day workflows for managing and growing the site

    Viewers will come away with a full-picture sense of what it takes to evaluate and maintain a growing, thriving repository.
  • IR Management: Reflections on 5 Years Recorded: Jul 19 2018 37 mins
    Wendy Walker, University of Montana
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    In this webinar, Wendy Walker, Digital Initiatives Librarian at the University of Montana, provides a retrospective of over five years’ experience managing an institutional repository. Wendy shares her experiences assessing and prioritizing her campus's needs, including practical tips for:

    -Communicating with a variety of stakeholders throughout the university
    -Managing differences across disciplines
    -Understanding and working with individual faculty personalities
    -Staffing and determining project-specific responsibilities
  • Navigating the Impact Lifecycle Recorded: Jun 29 2018 35 mins
    Ann Connolly, bepress | Elsevier
    With the evolution of online publishing, the publication life cycle is evolving too. Researchers, libraries, and universities who are already familiar with the research lifecycle, from the first research question through to publication day, now need to be equally fluent in the "impact lifecycle," as online materials continue to receive attention and readership.

    In this webinar, bepress Director of Product Ann Connolly shares case studies of how libraries are growing their open access collections, bringing visibility to campus research, and sharing their success with the campus.

    Join Ann as she discusses:

    • The stages of the impact lifecycle
    • How new readership metrics are altering the impact landscape
    • What tools libraries are using to share impact effectively with campus community
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    The library is often the unsung hero on campus, supporting research needs without taking the spotlight for itself. How can you ensure your library gets the visibility and support it deserves?

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    Kim and Jenny share how they:

    - Tailor their campus outreach to best suit specific needs
    - Leverage their roles to connect with strategic partners around campus
    - Ensure continued support from administration, including the Provost
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    - How to measure and share the global impact of your research

    This webinar walks through the ways that the Expert Gallery, as part of a full faculty research and impact suite, helps law schools showcase (and report on) their faculty’s expertise
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