28 · Survey Results: Survey Questions and Responses
All “Other staff category” selections: Assistant University Librarian for Research Services
Associate dean of libraries with responsibility for research: publication funding, author’s rights training/consultation
AUL for Collections is in charge of open access fund and also consults on copyright, etc.
AULS provide consultations on authors’ rights.
Author’s rights training is primarily provided by the campus Copyright Licensing Office.
Collection Strategy staff also work on open access publications.
Collections librarians: provide funding for publication in open access journals
Consultations on author’s rights, provide training on author’s rights, represent author in rights negotiations with
publishers: all provided by Copyright Librarian, supplemented by other staffing in the Scholarly Communication
Department (Scholarly Communication Resident Librarian).
Consultations and training on author’s rights: Copyright Librarian
Copyright and Licensing Librarian: author’s rights training/consultation
Copyright office provides some author rights consultation, while Outreach Librarian (publishing) provides help in guiding
authors to open access options.
Copyright Program Librarian, Reference Department/Scholars’ Commons staff: identify journals, author’s rights training/
Electronic Resource Librarian: identify journals
Funding for OA: amount of overall budget for OA determined by Director, Scholarly Resource Development &Dean.
Funding: limited funding is provided centrally from the library/provost.
General Counsel might be asked about copyright and author’s rights.
Libraries Director of University Copyright Office consults and provides training on author’s rights.
Most librarians here are transitioning away from liaison and subject responsibilities toward user-based services, and so
are both Liaison librarians and Other staff. Our Open Access author fund is managed by a team includes librarians/staff
from scholarly communications, specialized libraries (medical and law), and technical processing functions/units.
OA Fund: Collections Librarian. Authors Rights: Copyright Advisory
Open access funding provided by Assistant Dean for Collections. Consult and training on author’s rights by
Copyright Librarian.
Our financial support for authors is provided through Information Resources (i.e., collections development).
Provide consultations on authors’ rights: Copyright Officer Director, Information Resources and Scholarly
Communication. Provide Training on author’s rights: Copyright Officer Director, Information Resources and
Scholarly Communication
Provide select funding for publication in open access journals: eResources librarian in consultation with AUL Collections
Scholarly Communications and Copyright Office” publication funding, author’s rights training/consultation
Select members of the scholarly communications committee: publication funding
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