With Karen Ramsden, Montclair State University | Feb 20, 2020
A vision of a successful institutional repository (IR) suggests academic papers, research data and other scholarly artifacts. But the success of the IR will also depend on an unseen factor — the strength of your stakeholder partnerships.
A library dean will discuss strategies for librarians to guide users to reliable scholarly content, followed by a ScienceDirect product manager who will highligh product innovations and time-saving tips.
Creating international collobrations, implementing smart services, and technologic advances are paving the way for the China University of Mining and Technology (CUMT) Library to meet the needs of its faculty, researchers, and students.
By taking a leading role in open science at their institutions, librarians are harmoniously aligning themselves with their institutional strategies. In this year’s Hunter Forum, panelists will discuss current initiatives in enabling open science with collaborative tools and connected infrastructures. We will also look to the future at how the results of these efforts can be realized in a holistic way to benefit the research ecosystem
The Charleston Conference is a great venue for discovering new resources and trends in library and information science, reconnecting with colleagues, and broadening your network. We hope to see you there!