About This Two-Part Webinar
March 7, Part One
Library as Publisher: Current Status and Impact on Scholarly Communication
An increasing number of university libraries have assumed responsibility for scholarly communication activities and university presses. This event will bring together professionals from a variety of institutions, asking them to address what the challenges have been for them, name their successes, and articulate their vision for the future.
Confirmed Speakers: Carol Ann Davis, Director of Digital Scholarship Services, University of South Florida Libraries; Andrew Wesolek, Head of Digital Scholarship, Clemson University Libraries; Johanna Meetz, Scholarly Communications and Publishing Services Librarian and Associate Director of Pacific University Press, Pacific University
March 14, Part Two
Library as Publisher: UX and UI for the Library’s Digital Collections
Just how good (or how bad) are the Web-based interfaces encountered by library users these days? Having invested in the creation of significant digital collections, how can libraries enhance usage of those collections? How do scholars and students (especially those working remotely) expect to engage with this content online? What should the interfaces be designed to support? Is there a baseline that has been established? What room exists for innovation in the user experience (UX) and user interface (UI)?
Confirmed Speakers: Rachel Vacek, Head of Design & Discovery, University of Michigan Library; Salwa Ismail, Department Head of Library Information Technology, Georgetown University; Daniel Tracy, Library Information Science & Digital Humanities Librarian, University of Illinois
Cancellations made by February 28, 2018 will receive a refund, less a $35 cancellation. After that date, there are no refunds.
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