||Creating the 21st-century academic library ; 9
Creating the 21st-century academic library ; 9. ^A1267480
||Extending the principles and promise of scholarly communications reform : a chronicle and future glimpse / Joyce L. Ogburn -- "Free" to all : the role of the academic librarian in institutional open access initiatives / Dusty Folds -- Making a virtue out of necessity : using budget-cut discussions to promote scholarly communication reform / Jeanne Pavy -- Open access and closed minds?: collaborating across campus to help faculty understand changing scholarly communication models / Elizabeth Price, Leslie Engelson, Candace Vance, Rebecca Richardson, Jeffrey Henry -- "When we're done with it, we don't care what happens to it" : what open access practitioners can learn from Deadheads / Shannon Kipphut-Smith , Scott Carlson -- Agents of diversity and social justice : librarians and scholarly communication / Harrison W. Inefuku, Charlotte Roh -- Opportunities through open access : a small liberal arts college perspective / Anne Erdmann, Jeremy Shaw-Munderback -- Navigating the political waters of open access publishing in libraries / Carol Ann Borchert, Charlene N. Simser, Wendy C. Robertson -- Infrastructure for open access : mechanics, economics, politics / Mark Mattson, Sarah Pickle, Andrew Gearhart, James O'Sullivan -- The ethics and evolution of library information sharing : lessons from interlibrary loan services for open access publishing / Beth Posner -- Open access, digital preservation, and the changing scholarly record / Heidi Dowding -- Developing new publishing service models at an undergraduate college : library as open access textbook publisher / Kate Pitcher -- Metadata standards for open access repositories / Thomas Adamich -- Research management : the next step for open access / Shawn Martin.
||This volume of Creating the 21st-Century Academic Library looks closely at issues of policy and infrastructure for libraries that wish to provide leadership on their campus in the transition to more open forms of scholarship. The authors discuss how to make the case for open access on campus, as well as the political and policy implications of libraries that themselves want to become publishing entities.
||“It is impossible to imagine the future of academic libraries without an extensive consideration of open access—the removal of price and permission barriers from scholarly research online. As textbook and journal subscription prices continue to rise, improvements in technology make online dissemination of scholarship less expensive, and faculty recognize the practical and philosophical appeal of making their work available to wider audiences. As a consequence, libraries have begun to consider a wide variety of open access “flavors” and business models. These new possibilities have significant impact on both library services and collection policies, and the call for new skills within library staffing. [This book addressees] the topic of open access in academic libraries and focuses on policy and infrastructure for libraries that want to provide leadership on their campus in the transition to more open forms of scholarship. Chapters in the book discuss how to make the case for open access on campus, as well as the political and policy implications of libraries that themselves want to become publishing entities. Infrastructure issues are also addressed including metadata standards and research management services. Also considered here is how interlibrary loan, preservation and the library’s role in providing textbooks, support the concept of open access.” – Publisher’s website.
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references and index.|
|Issued in other form||Online version: Open access and the future of scholarly communication Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield,  9781442273030|