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Librarians at the University of North Dakota (UND) are implementing scholarly communication initiatives in partnership with faculty and other campus groups to bring about a greater awareness and understanding of related topics, including: open access, open educational resources, researcher IDs and communities, metrics and altmetrics, journal quality indicators, data management, copyright and author’s rights, and publishing strategies. At UND, there is a campus-wide effort for colleges to identify the top high quality journals in their fields or disciplines, and to track faculty scholarly publishing/research outputs for heightened research visibility and impact. The presenters share their experience engaging in these initiatives, as well as information on the broader environment surrounding scholarly communication activities on campus.
Grand Forks, ND
scholarly communication, journal quality, publishing, research metrics, library resources, Open Educational Resources (OERs)
Kuhn, Sara K. and Gabriel, Holly, "Library Scholarly Communication Initiatives at the University of North Dakota" (2018). Librarian Posters and Presentations. 5.