Scholarly Communication Librarianship & Open Culture: Law, Economics, & Publishing Unit 3 Call for Proposals
Please see the CFP for more detail. Proposals received before January 19, 2020 will be considered for inclusion in the forthcoming volume to be published by ACRL under a Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial license (eds. Josh Bolick, Maria Bonn, & Will Cross).
Which format are you proposing (Intersection, Perspective, or Case Study)? *
What is the title of your proposed contribution? *
What keywords would you suggest accompany your proposal? *
Please provide a short proposal abstract (up to 250 words). *
Tell us why your proposed contribution is important and relevant to the book as described in the CFP (please include links to any relevant supporting documentation, such as sites, materials, news stories, etc. as needed) *
Please provide primary author information (name, title, institution, preferred email). *
If there are additional authors, please provide their information as well.
Please provide a short author bio (100 words or less) for each contributing author. *
Are you interested in being featured in paragraph-length practitioner overviews that point to real examples of scholarly communication work in libraries at other points in the book (Units 1 and 2)? *
I acknowledge that if my proposal is accepted and published it will be licensed CC-BY-NC in the book. For more information see https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0/. *
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