Making Faculty Scholarship Accessible in the UT Institutional Repository
When: Monday, March 4th, 2-2:45pm
Where: AV2, located on the 2nd floor of the Library
Snacks will be served!
Christopher Boulton, Associate Professor, Communication
Dr. Boulton will discuss his experience of negotiating the SPARC addendum with a major publisher, and also about making his scholarship freely available in one online location in an institutional repository.
Chuanyin Xie, Associate Professor, Management
Dr. Xie will discuss his experience finding out how he could deposit the publisher’s version of an article in the Macdonald-Kelce Library’s Institutional Repository.
Shannon Spencer & Leslie Vega, Librarians, The Macdonald-Kelce Library
Ms. Spencer and Ms. Vega will discuss the Library’s Institutional Repository and how UT faculty can determine whether their scholarship is eligible for deposit, per publisher’s guidelines.
Sponsored by The Macdonald-Kelce Library
Scholarly Communication is the process in which research is published and shared. Scholarly Communication at The University of Tampa focuses on making faculty and student scholarship available through The University of Tampa Institutional Repository (UoTIR), educating authors on copyright and their rights, and advocating for Open Access, an international movement to make research freely available to the world. We help all faculty and students share their scholarship and maximize their research impact.
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