Library and Information Science | Scholarly Communication | Scholarly Publishing
Promoting the scholarship created on your campus is imperative to recruitment, enrollment, and reputation. If you are thinking of starting a scholarly publishing program, have a program, or are interested in hearing how scholarly publishing works, come to our round-table to join in the conversation. Topics for discussion will include: 1. Faculty buy in, partnering with other departments on campus, or starting a yearly research symposia, 2. Copyright, posting journal articles or assisting professors with a portfolio of their work and 3. Showcasing student work. Share what has worked on your campus and what has not. All are welcome to share, inspire, or learn from others.
Potts, Barbara, "Promote Campus Scholarship" (2018). Faculty Publications and Presentations. 176.