36  ·  Survey Results:  Survey Questions and Responses
Works in close collaboration with campus IT, legal counsel, and research computing.
Answered No
Again, a tricky question to answer: I’m not sure the institution is completely aware of scholarly communication
“services”.
There are multiple efforts on our campus. The faculty senate has a committee that has developed a draft OA policy for
the campus.
15. Does this office have responsibilities outside of SC efforts? N=14
Yes 11 79%
No 3 21%
If yes, please briefly describe the other responsibilities.
Office Responsibility
Academic and Scholarly Outreach The Director is responsible for library instruction coordination and
academic outreach.
Centre for Scholarly Communication Scholarly Communication directly involves 6.5 FTE. Other
responsibilities include: Digitization Projects (2.0 FTE). Copyright
(.25 FTE). Imaging Services (1.0 FTE). University Press (2.5 FTE).
Repository Technical Support (2.0 FTE).
Collections & Scholarly Communications Office Collection development, preservation, & area studies
Digital Services Division Digital library infrastructure including systems administration,
programming, interfaces for digital collections, and overall
management of the library’s websites.
Office of Digital Initiatives & Open Access Electronic resources, metadata services, library systems, institutional
repository, digital production (scanning, etc.)
Office of Scholarly Communication The office engages in various special projects from time to time. Our
most recent project has focused on open educational resources.
Research, Collections and Scholarly Communication The department engages in collection development, reference,
instruction, and other outreach activities with faculty and students.
Scholarly Commons Provides support for technology and data intensive services, as well
as related research support services. We provide support for numeric
and spatial data services, data management consulting services,
digitization support services, digital humanities support services, and
usability testing.
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