Event Title

Reclaiming Resonance Through Research: Academic Libraries Create New Ways to Service Their Growing Campus Community

Location

Union G

Presentation Type

Full Concurrent Session

Start Date

24-4-2020 11:00 AM

Description

Mrs. Troutman (Scholarly Impact and Author Rights Librarian, University of Texas Arlington) will be publishing an article in C&RL news in April of 2020 titled: "Reclaiming Resonance Through Research: Academic Libraries Create New Ways to Service their Growing Campus Community." This session will cover what the article highlights which is a service for faculty and students to boost their scholarly profile and increase their impact. The session will explain the service and its components (ORCID, Institutional Repositories, Google Scholar, PlumX, SJR, JCR, etc) as well as ways to get this type of program started at any size institution. It will also discuss the benefits of the service and its individual parts to academic libraries, institutions, and their faculty and students. It will also give the participants a sense of why services like this are more important now than ever before not only for faculty and student success, but to reclaim relevancy for libraries and help promote the future of libraries in today modern society. Participants will also learn marketing and outreach techniques to make the implementation of a similar program a success at their institution.

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Apr 24th, 11:00 AM

Reclaiming Resonance Through Research: Academic Libraries Create New Ways to Service Their Growing Campus Community

Union G

Mrs. Troutman (Scholarly Impact and Author Rights Librarian, University of Texas Arlington) will be publishing an article in C&RL news in April of 2020 titled: "Reclaiming Resonance Through Research: Academic Libraries Create New Ways to Service their Growing Campus Community." This session will cover what the article highlights which is a service for faculty and students to boost their scholarly profile and increase their impact. The session will explain the service and its components (ORCID, Institutional Repositories, Google Scholar, PlumX, SJR, JCR, etc) as well as ways to get this type of program started at any size institution. It will also discuss the benefits of the service and its individual parts to academic libraries, institutions, and their faculty and students. It will also give the participants a sense of why services like this are more important now than ever before not only for faculty and student success, but to reclaim relevancy for libraries and help promote the future of libraries in today modern society. Participants will also learn marketing and outreach techniques to make the implementation of a similar program a success at their institution.