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UNC Libraries’ Scholarly Communication Committee
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UNC Libraries' Scholarly Communication Committee
Charge:
This group will support scholarly communication through:
Promoting broader knowledge
Scholarly communication members will develop deeper expertise in scholarly communication and will share knowledge
and provide support and leadership to colleagues
Define baseline expertise that all liaisons should possess and support training/programs tensure liaisons have that
knowledge
Plan, develop and deliver professional development programming in scholarly communication to UNC Library Staff
Coordinate with TRLN, where possible, to plan, develop and deliver professional development
Provide programming to help staff understand how national events/issues like the Google Book Settlement, the NIH
policy, and other open access initiatives effect our libraries services and practices
Policies and workflows
Inform and influence collection management policies and practices in support of sustainable models of scholarly
communication
Coordinate efforts with the UNC institutional repository, particularly around related policies and educational efforts
Communicate regularly with the Univerisity Libraries' staff
Develop a mechanism for on ongoing environmental scan and inventory of issues, including attention to campus
priorities, interests, and needs
Create a five year plan for a library scholarly communication program using a collaborative process for designing goals;
update and revise plan as necessary, to reflect what we learn from environmental scans
Campus outreach and awareness
Raise campus awareness of scholarly communication issues
Raise awareness about important national events/issues that shape our understanding of scholarly communication like
the Google Book Settlement, the NIH policy, and other open access initiatives
Liaise with relevant campus groups including the University Copyright Committee, Center for Faculty Excellence, and the
Office of Institutional Research
Assess need for and develop, revise, update and maintain web sites, brochures and other publications related to
scholarly communication and intellectual property
Facilitate partnerships with faculty, students, campus offices, TRLN libraries, and other partners as appropriate
Assess need for, develop and deliver campus programming in partnership with campus stakeholders
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