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3/21/2016 11:46:27Amelia Kallaher & Alyson Gambleagamble@ncf.eduAssistant Librarians [(Scholarly Resources (Kallaher) / Natural Sciences (Gamble)]Jane Bancroft Cook Library (New College of Florida & University of South Florida Sarasota-Manatee)Scholarly Publishing as Pedagogy & Outreach: Undergraduate Student Research Journals, Metaliteracy, & Campus EngagementStudent participation in active learning opportunities, such as those provided by publishing undergraduate research journals, has been shown to increase learning engagement and retention in undergraduate programs. By participating in publishing, students learn threshold metaliteracy concepts and develop professional skills in project management. This session will present the development of a peer-reviewed student journal at our institution with invited students sharing their involvement, open the floor to others to cover their experiences with similar publications, and engage attendees in a conversation about publishing as pedagogy. 10:00:00 AM
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3/28/2016 11:11:06Jean Williams Adamsmjean.williamsadams@famu.eduHead of Reference ServicesFlorida A&M University Institutional Repositories
The purpose of the session is to stimulate conversations regarding institutional repositories. With an institutional repository already in place what approaches/steps can be taken to get buy-in from faculty, graduates, departments, and researchers to publish their research in the campus institutional repository? I would like to hear about problems and success stories; best practices, who are the stakeholders?



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4/5/2016 16:24:30Debbi Dinkinsddinkins@stetson.edu@dd196408Associate Dean, duPont-Ball LibraryStetson UniversityScholarly PublishingWriting Outside Your Field: Expanding Your Research to Other Disciplines

Academic librarians tend to write about what they do. They research some aspect of the job that they have, making their job easier or more visible. What if librarians expanded their research into other disciplines? By definition, a librarian is someone trained to manage and retrieve information. By extending your research outside the library field, you bring your advanced skill set to use in different and exciting ways.
This open discussion, facilitated by Debbi Dinkins from Stetson University, will open with discussion of her research into the intersection of Florida history and higher educational institutions.
10:00:00 AM
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4/6/2016 16:55:57Jonathan Millerjxmiller@rollins.edu@rollinsmillerLibrary DirectorRollins CollegeLibrarianshipOpen Access: Are We Putting Our Money Where Our Mouth Is?As Open Access (OA) has grown to become a significant model within scholarly communication, various business models have developed including institutional and membership funding models. More ambitious ideas like the one discussed at Berlin 12 (http://dx.doi.org/10.17617/1.3) and the Open Access Network (http://openaccessnetwork.org/) seek to transform the whole system by redirecting institutional funds from paying toll access to supporting open access. Libraries are increasingly asked to move beyond advocacy to financially support OA projects. How are we deciding which projects to financially support? Where is the money coming from? What are we stopping funding so that we can fund OA? How are we explaining this to our users, our administrators, and to ourselves?
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4/20/2016 10:50:41Renaine Julian & Jaime Goldmanrjulian@fsu.edu@Renaino & @JaimeGoldmanData Research Librarian (Renaine) & Marine Biology/Oceanography Librarian (Jaime)Florida State University (Renaine) Nova Southeastern University (Jaime)Data De Jour: The Meat and Potatoes of Data Management This round table discussion aims to explore challenges and opportunities related to building and maintaining research data management (RDM) services in academic institutions. Possible discussion prompts include: campus outreach and engagement, building expertise and training, RDM instruction for graduate students, keeping up with funding agency requirements, and campus-wide storage solutions. People attending who have RDM services in their institution should be ready to discuss their experiences and lessons learned. Attendees who are interested in starting RDM services at their institution should consider possible starting points and potential issues with service implementation so that the group can discuss and workshop possible solutions.
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5/3/2016 13:15:50Laura Burtlelburtle@gsu.eduGeorgia State UniversityCopyrightVaried Copyright Terms: A Thought Experiment
Should Disney be able to retain copyright for as long as it wants to protect its creations? What about the estate of Martin Luther King, Jr. or Arthur Conan Doyle? Should beneficiaries be able to profit from the rights they inherit for as long as people are willing to pay? Should works be registered so they don’t become orphaned? Should junior faculty be required to sign over their copyright to a big publisher in order to get tenure? Does one-size-fits all copyright work? Of course it doesn’t, but it isn’t changing anytime soon. Let’s discuss both our fantasies of copyright changes, as well as what we can do to help address (some) of the problems.
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5/9/2016 11:49:58David Lowelowed@fit.edu@davidbloweData LibrarianFlorida Institute of TechnologyScholarly CommunicationTemplate Hackathon for Institutional Data Ownership PolicyHow can we advise faculty on managing data files when it's not clear who owns them in the first place? Your institution needs an institutional data ownership policy, if you don't already have one. Following a checklist derived from Briney, Goben, and Zilinski in JLSC ( http://jlsc-pub.org/articles/abstract/10.7710/2162-3309.1232/ ), this session will enable each attendee to think through and share institutional context (existing IP policies and their slants), then craft starter phrasing for important planks to share up the chain of command and approvals. Building productive alliances with OSP, PIs, etc. will also be discussed.
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5/18/2016 8:44:40Suzanne Kozaitisskozaiti@fit.eduAssociate LibrarianFlorida Institute of TechnologyOER SWOT Analysis and Library Support StrategiesThe high cost of commercial textbooks and other course materials is a barrier to student success. One solution is the adoption of open educational resources (OER) that are free-of-charge and openly-licensed for people everywhere to share, use, and reuse. This session is intended as a discussion forum for the exchange of experiences and ideas about OER strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats among those who have developed or want to develop programs to support the use of OER at their institutions.
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6/3/2016 9:38:49Christine Fruinchristine.fruin@uflib.ufl.edu@UFScholCommScholarly Communications LibrarianUniversity of FloridaScholarly Communications CareersWhat does it mean to be a scholarly communications professional? What education, skills or experience does it take? What are the possible career trajectories? Let's get together and talk about what it means to do our jobs. One item we may want to review and discuss is the call from the NASIG Scholarly Communications Competencies Task Force http://www.nasig.org/site_page.cfm?pk_association_webpage_menu=1346&pk_association_webpage=5372 for job descriptions and feedback on what it means to be a scholarly communications professional.
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6/22/2016 15:02:46Athena Hoeppnerathena@ucf.eduhttp://library.ucf.edu@cybrgrleResources LibrarianUniversity of Central FloridaeResources, Discovery, UXBrainstorming Better Access to Open AccessOpen access does not automatically mean *good* access. OA faces many discovery and access challenges. OA journals may not be from included in reputable indexes as frequently as subscription journals; fully OA journal have issues with instability, with links breaking and journals ceasing more often. Hybrid and GOA articles have many of the advantages subscription journals, with more stability and wide indexing, but the individual articles are not easily distinguished from for-fee content in discovery results. Repository-hosted manuscripts are not easily discovered outside of their host, and the final published versions of the article may continue to be placed behind pay-walls.
This forum will be an open discussion about OA access issues and ideas for improving discovery and access.
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5/5/2016 16:12:00Devin Soperdsoper@fsu.eduFlorida State UniversityInstitutional RepositoriesFrom Content Recruitment to Impact Assessment: Methods for Evaluating and Communicating the Impact of Institutional Repositories

So, you have an institutional repository (IR) and you've started to build programs and services to recruit content from your users. Now what? How do you assess the extent to which your IR is providing a valuable return on investment for your library and parent institution? What are your success indicators? What are your data sources? How will you analyze the data you collect? Who are your stakeholders, and how will you communicate your findings to them? This session will give attendees an opportunity to discuss best practices for assessing and communicating the impact of IRs, share useful methods and tools, and examine examples of successful impact reporting at different institutions.
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