24  ·  Survey Results:  Survey Questions and Responses
If yes, please briefly describe the training or degree.
Position Training or Degree
Associate University Librarian for Collection Management
and Scholarly Communication
JD, PhD in Library and Information Science
Associate University Librarian for Research & Instructional
Attended ARL’s Scholarly Communication Institute.
Coordinator for Scholarly Communications The person came from publishing with a specialty in book design.
Director of Copyright & Digital Scholarship Center JD
Head, Collections & External Relations Division I have taken courses in licensing and have done some editing.
Head, Digital Services & Scholarly Communication Graduate degree in sciences and experience in scientific publishing;
two certificates in copyright management and leadership (UMUC
CIP and SLA).
Program Manager, Scholarly Publishing & Licensing For licensing: ARL institutes on licensing, University of Maryland
University College course on Advanced Licensing. For copyright:
University of Maryland University College courses, including full
certification in “Copyright Management and Leadership” levels I
and II, as well as many other courses. For all areas: MLS.
Scholarly Communication Officer JD and MLS
5. Is this position also considered the institution’s main leader for SC efforts? N=16
Yes 12 75%
No 4 25%
Answered Yes
A faculty scholarly communication committee was organized to advise and promote SC efforts.
The dean often serves as primary spokesperson; we coordinate our efforts.
Answered No
Do not have institution’s focus on SC.
The university has a long-standing and deep commitment to open access that is diffused throughout the culture, and
manifested in many positions and individuals. Leadership in these areas comes from the provost, vice president for
research, the director of libraries, and key faculty committees, including the faculty committee on the library system, and
the open access working group. The Libraries’ program manager in scholarly publishing & licensing is carrying out the
vision of a much broader agenda, related to the university’s mission.
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