The Evolving Institutional Repository Landscape: Inside the Outward Facing Library
Sponsored by Taylor & Francis
Recorded on 05/09/2018
Posted in The Authority File
In February of 2018, Choice released the first in a series of white papers designed to provide actionable intelligence on issues important to academic librarians. That white paper was titled, The Evolving Institutional Repository Landscape, and was written by this week’s guest Judy Luther. In this episode, Judy talks with Bill about the current state of the institutional repository: what institutions are using them for, some of the trends based on institution size, how Lorcan Dempsey’s idea of “The inside out library” fits with the use of institutional repositories, as well as many other issues.
Two librarians also join the discussion in upcoming episodes to provide insight into exactly what is working at one small liberal arts college, Illinois Wesleyan University, and one large research institution, Utah State University. Join us for an in-depth discussion that touches on best practices as well as more theoretical concerns.
Professionally active in the scholarly publishing community, she is frequently found in meetings that focus on industry initiatives and emerging topics. She co-led the NISO Working Group that created SERU (Shared Electronic Resources Understanding) and initiated the Juried Product Development Forums for the Charleston Conference.
A Past President for the Society for Scholarly Publishing (SSP), and a chef in the Scholarly Kitchen. She serves on the editorial boards of UKSG Insight, Journal of Electronic Publishing, The Charleston Advisor, Against the Grain, and Learned Publishing. Judy has an Executive MBA (Emory University) and an MLS (Florida State University).
Dylan is the Digital Scholarship Librarian at Utah State University’s Merrill-Cazier Library, where he provides research support for the Languages, Philosophy, and Communication Studies department, and helps undergraduate and faculty scholars make their research available in an online, open access format. He also teaches research skills and supports research assignments in the classroom.
Stephanie Davis-Kahl is the Scholarly Communications Librarian and Professor at The Ames Library at Illinois Wesleyan University. She provides leadership for scholarly communication programs, including Digital Commons @ IWU. She is the liaison to the Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Economics, Educational Studies, Mathematics, Physics, Psychology, and Design, Entrepreneurship & Technology departments at IWU, and serves as the Managing Faculty Co-Editor of the Undergraduate Economic Review. She earned her BA in East Asian Studies from Oberlin College and her MS in Library Science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. In 2014, she was named a Mover & Shaker by Library Journal and was also awarded the Education & Behavioral Sciences Section Distinguished Librarian Award.
About the Music:
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