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ACRL Scholarly Communication Roadshow: General Registration Now Open!

Scholarly Communication

Registration for the ATLA sponsored ACRL Scholarly Communication Roadshow is now open. The ACRL Scholarly Communication Roadshow will take place on Friday, February 22, 2019, in Chicago at the offices of Quarles and Brady at 300 N. LaSalle. Registration will remain open until available space is filled or January 20, 2019, whichever occurs first. Space is limited; therefore, no more than two persons per library or institution may register to attend. Only ATLA Individual and Student Members and staff at ATLA Institutional Member libraries may register to attend. The cost of registration is $35 per person and includes lunch at the event.

ACRL Scholarly Communication Roadshow: Save the Date! Scholarships and Travel Assistance Available

ATLA and the Scholarly Communication Committee have partnered with ACRL to host its popular roadshow event, “Scholarly Communication: From Understanding to Engagement,” for ATLA members. This day-long interactive workshop will take participants through scholarly communication fundamentals including publishing, copyright, and library outreach as well as provide deep dives into text and data mining issues for humanities research and open access and open education topics that are most relevant to the institutions served by ATLA member libraries. The workshop will be led by Carla Myers, Assistant Professor and Coordinator of Scholarly Communications at Miami University Libraries, and Rachael Samberg, Scholarly Communication Officer at the University of California Berkeley.

Scholarly Communication: ORCID for Scholars and Librarians

Submitted by Andrew Keck, Chair, Task Force on Scholarly Communication in Religion and Theology

As librarians and scholarly communication professionals, many of us understand “authority issues” as not describing a political issue but rather issues with authorized headings and names.