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ARL Field Team Interview Guide

A sample guide for conducting faculty field interviews about new and emerging scholarly publishing models.

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Issues in Scholarly Communication: Discussion Leader's Guide: The Changing Roles of Scholarly Societies in Knowledge Exchange

These guides are tools designed for library leaders to use for organizing a summer- or semester-long discussion series. Each guide offers a brief scoping statement, a suggested reading or resource to review, and a set of discussion questions to launch an hour-long informal conversation among library staff.

pdf brown-bag-societies-may08.pdf

 
 

Issues in Scholarly Communication: Discussion Leader's Guide: Peer Review

These guides are tools designed for library leaders to use for organizing a summer- or semester-long discussion series. Each guide offers a brief scoping statement, a suggested reading or resource to review, and a set of discussion questions to launch an hour-long informal conversation among library staff.

pdf brown-bag-peer-review-may08.pdf

 
 

Issues in Scholarly Communication: Discussion Leader's Guide: New Model Publications

These guides are tools designed for library leaders to use for organizing a summer- or semester-long discussion series. Each guide offers a brief scoping statement, a suggested reading or resource to review, and a set of discussion questions to launch an hour-long informal conversation among library staff.

pdf brown-bag-new-model-may08.pdf

 
 

New Collaborative Relationships: The Role of Academic Libraries in the Digital Data Universe: Infrastructure Breakout Session

Slides from the breakout seesion on infrastructure for the September 2006 ARL Workshop on New Collaborative Relationships: The Role of Academic Libraries in the Digital Data Universe held at the National Science Foundation.

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New Collaborative Relationships: The Role of Academic Libraries in the Digital Data Universe: Summary of Economic Sustainability Models: Breakout Session

Slides from breakout sesiion on economic sustainability models for the September 2006 ARL Workshop on New Collaborative Relationships: The Role of Academic Libraries in the Digital Data Universe held at the National Science Foundation.

pdf nsfworkshop2006-econ-models.pdf

 
 

Principles for Emerging Systems of Scholarly Publishing (a.k.a. the Tempe Principles)

The "Tempe Principles" were agreed to by the undersigned individuals as a result of a meeting held in Tempe, Arizona, on March 2-4, 2000. Sponsored by the Association of American Universities, the Association of Research Libraries, and the Merrill Advanced Studies Center of the University of Kansas, the meeting was held to facilitate discussion among the various academic stakeholders in the scholarly publishing process and to build consensus on a set of principles that could guide the transformation of the scholarly publishing system.

pdf tempe-principles-10may10.pdf

 
 
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