The Binghamton University Libraries presented a collection of talks to discuss emerging trends and challenges in publishing, promoting and preserving the scholarly record.
Representatives from the library, publishing and research community shared innovative and exciting new tools available to researchers, faculty, students and librarians. Over 60 librarians, researchers, and campus administrators from throughout SUNY and upstate New York gathered for this event, held on April 7, 2011 at the University Downtown Center at Binghamton University.
The symposium goals were to:
- Discover new channels to communicate research
- disseminate scholarly works to wider audiences
- incorporate best practices in publishing from researchers, editors, and librarians into scholarly communications
- preserve scholarship for future generations
Thanks to all who attended, presented and supported this event. A final report on the program will be available soon.
Publishing, Promoting and Preserving Scholarship @ SUNY
Speakers and Presentations
Ensuring and enriching the scholarly communications chain: The role of technology and standards in content distribution
Managing Director, NISO
Perspectives in Scholarship and Publishing
Perspectives in Scholarship and Publishing: The Academic/Research Library View
PhD, Interim Dean and Director of Libraries, Stony Brook University
Access, Discovery, Partnership: Bringing the Library to the User
Director, Outreach & Participation Services, JSTOR/Portico
Deputy Librarian, Columbia University & SPARC Steering Committee
Scholarship in Practice 1
JoVE - Video Journal to Increase Efficiency of Research in Biomedical Education
Moshe Pritsker, PhD
CEO and co-founder, Journal of Visualized Experiments (JoVE)
Research Gone Social: Encouraging Collaboration + Transparency
Community Liaison, Mendeley Ltd.
Scholarship in Practice 2
Trends in Publishing Promoting and Preserving Scholarship
Sales Director, Digital Commons, BEPress
Program inquiries can be directed to Elizabeth Brown, Scholarly Communications Officer, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (607) 777-4882.
Publishing, Promoting and Preserving Scholarship @ SUNY has been generously funded as part of the 2010-2011 SUNY Conversations in the Disciplines (CID)Program, with additional support from the Binghamton University Libraries and BEPress.