Principles of Scholarly Communication: Informing Policy, Influencing Practice (Edge Open Series)
Concurrent with the growing attention to the viability and values of scholarly communication, many new and existing groups have developed principles to inform and guide changes in policy and practice. Often, these principles are documented within formal statements, declarations, resolutions, directives, and policies. I will present a broad review of representative and influential documents and principles on which change has been based, as well as how principles are reflecting the evolution of expectations for access to and use of scholarship. A discussion will follow to address how principles might continue to be expanded, along with the roles of librarians and others in the future of scholarly communication.
This talk is part of the Computational Media, Arts, and Cultures Rendezvous series.
Joyce L. Ogburn is the Digital Strategies and Partnerships Librarian at Appalachian State University. She has previously served as Dean of Libraries at Appalachian State University and at the J. Willard Marriott and University Librarian at the University of Utah where she also served as special assistant to the Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs. Her career path includes the University of Washington, Old Dominion University, Yale University, and Penn State University. She holds degrees in anthropology from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and Indiana University, and a Master of Science in library science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, which honored her as Distinguished Alumna in 2013. Utah Business Magazine named her as one of 30 women to Watch in 2012.
- Thursday, September 22, 2016
- 4:15pm - 5:30pm
- Bostock 127 (The Edge Workshop Room)
- West Campus
- Events @ the Edge