"I Don’t Want My Article Next to That": Educating Faculty and Graduate Students about Issues of Open Access, Institutional Repositories, and “Predatory” Publishers
Michiana Scholarly Communication Librarianship Conference
Indiana University South Bend, South Bend, Indiana
The growing number of universities passing open access policies is increasingly pushing librarians into the role of educators in issues of scholarly communications. This presentation addresses a number of faculty concerns pertaining to open access publishing and institutional repositories which have arisen in connection with the passage of an open access policy, as well as practical ways librarians can educate faculty and graduate students in navigating issues of open access, institutional repositories, and journal quality.
predatory journals, institutional repository, instruction, open access
Library and Information Science | Scholarly Communication | Scholarly Publishing
David C. Dunham (2016).
"I Don’t Want My Article Next to That": Educating Faculty and Graduate Students about Issues of Open Access, Institutional Repositories, and “Predatory” Publishers. Presented at Michiana Scholarly Communication Librarianship Conference, Indiana University South Bend, South Bend, Indiana.
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