Information Literacy & Scholarly Communication: Mutually Exclusive or Naturally Symbiotic?

Stephanie Davis-Kahl, Kim Duckett, Julia Gelfand, Cathy Palmer

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Abstract

Learn specific strategies used by librarians in a variety of roles to successfully develop coherent, campus-wide scholarly communications and information literacy initiatives. Our goal is to expand the scope and culture of collaboration around scholarly communication activities using information literacy as a lens through which to view our outreach, education and advocacy activities. Programmatic efforts to change undergraduate education, instructional activities for the classroom, and new models and roles for subject liaisons will be presented.

Original languageAmerican English
StatePublished - Apr 11 2013
EventAssociation of College & Research Libraries -
Duration: Apr 11 2013 → …

Conference

ConferenceAssociation of College & Research Libraries
Period4/11/13 → …

Keywords

  • scholarly communication
  • collaboration
  • collection development
  • librarian roles
  • digital scholarship
  • information literacy
  • connections

Disciplines

  • Library and Information Science

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