This introduction explains the Institute on Scholarly Communication Opportunity Assessment Instrument.
All participants accepted for the institute’s three-day program development event are encouraged to work with a selected department to complete an opportunity assessment prior to attending the institute.
Presentation slides used in the ARL/ACRL Institute on Scholarly Communications workshop, Increasing the Effectiveness of Your Scholarly Communications Program, held in Indianapolis, IN, on April 9-10, 2013.
Second worksheet used in the ARL/ACRL Institute on Scholarly Communications workshop, Increasing the Effectiveness of Your Scholarly Communications Program, held in Indianapolis, IN, on April 9-10, 2013.
Offered by the ARL-ACRL Institute on Scholarly Communication (ISC), the workshop “Increasing the Effectiveness of Your Scholarly Communication Program: Strategic Skills for Success” helps librarians continue building and strengthening programs that resonate with their local institutions. This workshop is appropriate for librarians who have already established scholarly communication programs and are seeking to develop a deeper impact. Participants will think strategically about setting directions, plan appropriate next steps, and practice skills to influence campus partners.
Photo Melanie Hawks and Paul Meyer, ISC facilitatorsAre you already working with library colleagues, faculty, and researchers on your campus for change in scholarly communication? Do you want to develop a deeper impact for your programmatic activities? If this describes your situation, you won’t want to miss the new ARL-ACRL Institute on Scholarly Communication (ISC) workshop “Increasing the Effectiveness of Your Scholarly Communication Program: Strategic Skills for Success” to be held April 9–10, 2013, in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Instructions for completing a scholarly communications opportunity assessment, useful for identifiying previously unrecognized possibilities for library engagement with change within disciplines. The opportunity assessment also conveys the library's interest and expertise in scholarly communication issues and provides an opening for discussion and exploration of the scholarly communication landscape of a particular discipline with a faculty member in a department.
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