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Friday, November 6 • 11:35am - 12:15pm
What Goes Around, Comes Around: Calibrating the Academic Research Life Cyle to the Open Access Life Cycle

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This presentation will outline the key components of the academic research life cycle and how libraries can align their services to best serve academic authors. By walking through each component of the academic research life cycle, we will outline the services libraries currently have available or can develop to best coordinate with the activities undertaken by the research community. This talk will also explore the development work occurring above the campus level to indicate the most useful standards and services available beyond the campus environment. In addition, the presenters will also explore the need to develop further life cycles for researcher management offices and publishers as well. Attendees at this session will gain an in-depth understanding of the current components of both the US & UK research life cycle, what services libraries can be offering, as well as the services available beyond the campus. In addition, the life cycle will depict where current public policies and funder mandates are applicable within the research process.

Speakers
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Jill Emery

Collection Development Librarian, Portland State University
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Graham Stone

Information Resources Manager, University of Huddersfield
Graham is Information Resources Manager at the University of Huddersfield UK where he manages the library’s information resources budget, including acquisitions, subscriptions and APC payments. He also manages the University Repository and University Press. Graham has been involved with a number of Jisc projects including Huddersfield Open Access Publishing and the OA best practice pathfinder project. He is co-author of OAWAL (Open Access... Read More →



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