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Outreach & Collaboration Strategies for Digital Repositories Laura Waugh
Development Utilized an existing infrastructure Research, scholarship, and creative works Modifications and additions http://digital.library.unt.edu/scholarlyworks
Development We started slow and continued to grow! May 2012: 1063 items October 2011: 907 items May 2011: 378 items October 2010: 32 items
Outreach Open the lines of communication E-mail Telephone Face-to-face
Outreach Strategies and tips HTML e-mails Brochures Marketing tools Attending events
Building Relationships Understanding and Communication Unique needs, considerations, questions Publishing Copyright Tenure Unique time constraints Keep yourself available!
Building Relationships Get to know your audience Stay informed Do your research Talk to everyone Make it a positive experience!
Collaboration Start with your institution Fellow librarians Every department Every college/institute/center Get to know your community!
Collaboration Work with others in this field Contact other digital repositories Research other digital repositories Promote and participate Get to know everyone and work together!
Hannah.Tarver@unt.edu Jeremy.Moore@unt.edu Laura.Waugh@unt.edu
Digital Collaboration Effective Partnerships & Repository Management Texas Conference on Digital Libraries May 24, Austin, Texas.
How Digital Libraries can Create a Culture of Open Access on Campus TCDL 2013.
A Peer-to-Peer Approach to Review Compliance with Trustworthy Repository Audit and Certification (TRAC) Introduction A trusted digital repository has been.
AACP Annual Meeting #RxOA #PharmEd14. What is Open Access? Spencer D. C. Keralis Research Associate Institutional Repositories.
UNT Scholarly Works Laura Waugh Repository Librarian for Scholarly Works
Building Foundations for Early Learning. Family Place Libraries™ provides a developmental framework and comprehensive model for family centered library.
Operation Outreach: An Ongoing Leadership Project Lisa Forrest, M.L.S. Public Services & Outreach Librarian E. H. Butler Library State University of New.
From the Ground Up: Developing Sustainable Partnerships with Libraries in Rural Communities in Latin America Jessica Haglund, MLS and Hannah Miller, MLS.
Repository Reboot The Center for Digital Scholarship Stephen F. Austin State University.
OPEN ACCESS: THE BASICS Making your research available.
NWCCU Year Three Self Evaluation Workshop : Standards 2E & 2G Donna Reed, Ph.D. Portland Community College Library Director March 13, 2012.
Liaison Librarianship: Relationship Building, Community Engagement, and Service Development Pam Ryan Director, Library Services Edmonton Public Library.
Launching an institutional repository and library publishing platform with Digital Commons Zach Coble, Systems & Emerging Technologies Librarian Carolyn.
ENGAGING FACULTY AROUND NEW MODELS Sarah Shreeves & Joy Kirchner ACRL Workshop: Scholarly Communication 101.
Community spirit Date: 27/4/14 time: 4pm – 9pm Location: purely field.
Building an Online Academic Profile Laura Waugh & Mark Phillips Toulouse Graduate School Spring Workshop March 6, 2015.
Talking about the Scholarship Repository June 21, 2016 Charlotte Roh, University of San Francisco.
Group. “Your partner in developing future Lifelong Learners” UROWNE UNIVERSITY LIBRARY.
College of Information Libraries and the Research Enterprise: A View from a LIS Educator/Researcher William E. Moen Associate Dean for Research College.
Engaging Faculty with New Models: Openness in Practice Presenter Host Institution Date ACRL Scholarly Communications Roadshow: From Understanding to Engagement.
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