Library as Publisher: Putting Best Practices on (Digital) Paper

This is a make session co-proposed by Thea Atwood & Caro Pinto (Hampshire College)

We want build off of the Thursday session called: Library Publishing & Undergraduate Education. The session plans to offer best practices, but let’s get together and hammer out what they look like and how they connect to undergraduate education.

How do we teach altmetrics to undergraduates across disciplines?

Do we all need institutional repositories to showcase our unique work?

How do we get faculty excited about open access?

How do we incentive collaboration on scholarly communication within the faculty?

How do we make our collections budgets stretch to support open access scholarship on our campuses?


Categories: Session Proposals |

About Caro Pinto

Smashing the information professional binary, evangelizing about the digital humanities in my intro to dh course, pontificating about higher education, and musing about pedagogy at the intersection of the social sciences and the humanities.

1 Response to Library as Publisher: Putting Best Practices on (Digital) Paper

  1. Pingback: We Put Some Thoughts to Digital Paper | THATCamp ACRL 2013

Comments are closed.