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Conversations with Scholarly Communication Librarians: Results of a CARL-funded Study 

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Title: Conversations with Scholarly Communication Librarians: Results of a CARL-funded Study 
Author: Burpee, K. Jane; Fernandez, Leila
Abstract: Canadian research libraries have introduced scholarly communication programs on their campuses. These programs incorporate various aspects of the scholarly publishing cycle from supporting e-scholarship to copyright advisory services. This session reported on the results of interviews with practitioners from across the country highlighting the role of librarians in promoting scholarly communication.
Description: Convenor: Rajiv Nariani, Science librarian, York University
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10214/7244
Date: 2013-05-31
Rights: Attribution 2.5 Canada
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Citation: Burpee, K. Jane, Fernandez, L. "Conversations with Scholarly Communication Librarians: Results of a CARL-funded Study " CLA 2013 National Conference and Trade Show. Winnipeg Convention Centre, Winnipeg, MB. 31 May, 2013


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