SPEC
Kit
332:
Organization
of
Scholarly
Communication
Services
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U
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of
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rizona
Scholarly
Publishing
and
Data
Management
Services
Brochure
S c h o l a r l y P u b l i s h i n g
a n d
D a t a M a n a g e m e n t
S e r v i c e s
www.library.arizona.edu
Office of Copyright Management and
Scholarly Communication
Dan Lee
Associate Librarian
Main Library A212
(520)621- 6433
leed@u.library.arizona.edu
Campus Repository Service
Kimberly Chapman
Assistant Librarian
Main Library A501
(520)349- 7864
chapmank@u.library.arizona.edu
Data Management
Christine Kollen
Librarian
Main Library A501
(520)305- 0495
kollenc@u.library.arizona.edu
c r e a t e c h a n g e
Traditional economic models of disseminating
scholarship are unsustainable and undergoing
considerable change.
The University Libraries collaborates with the
campus community to foster open access and
dynamic change to the availability of scholarly
research through a variety of services:
copyright education
electronic theses and dissertations
journal publishing
data management
campus repository service
digital projects
We consult with faculty and researchers to
discuss the changes that are happening and
explore potential solutions, to work towards
sustainable practices, and to achieve the desired
level of access to campus research and
scholarship.
m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n
Contact Dan Lee for more information about
scholarly communication issues.
library.arizona.edu/sc
Scholarly Communication Contact Information
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