8:30 Arrival & Registration
9:15 Introductory Exercise
9:45 Understanding Scholarly Communication: Framing the Issues
10:30 Copyright & Publication Agreement Exercise
12:00 Birds of a Feather Lunch
1:00 Midday Summary – share out from lunch
1:15 Measuring and Increasing Scholarly Impact
2:45 Research Data Management
4:00 Conclusion & Wrap-Up Discussion
Lunch will be provided at no cost to attendees- please note any food allergies with your registration.
The program frames key issues in scholarly communication, offering participants practical strategies across a range of scholarly communication topics. Workshop leaders will guide participants in the in-depth examination of the following scholarly communications topics:
In addition to the above topics, attendees will gain insights into:
For more information, see ACRL Scholarly Communication Roadshow
is the Associate Librarian for Collections and Scholarly Communication at Arizona State University Libraries, where, among other things, she leads educational outreach for faculty, staff and students on author rights, copyright and fair use, open access, and scholarly communication. She is a member of ASU’s Data Management and Repository Services Team and helps manage the ASU Digital Repository. Anali also moonlights as the host of The Library Minute video series. She has a Bachelor of Music in Guitar Performance from Arizona State University and a Master of Arts in Information Resources and Library Science from the University of Arizona. Read more about Anali in her ACRL Member of the Week profile on ACRL Insider.
is UC Berkeley Library’s Scholarly Communication Officer, and has developed their scholarly communication program. Rachael is responsible for copyright and other IP and licensing rights education for scholars—helping them better understand and make informed decisions about what they include in their research, and manage their own IP rights as authors. She also advises about scholarly publishing options and research impact, and facilitates participation in open access publishing. Rachael has a B.S. from Tufts University, a J.D. from Duke University School of Law, and an MLIS from the University of Washington. Rachael practiced intellectual property litigation at Fenwick & West LLP for seven years before spending six years at Stanford Law School’s library, where she was Head of Reference & Instructional Services and a Lecturer in Law, teaching introductory and advanced legal research courses