This class is a condensed version of a two-day conference held in Albuqueruqe, NM in March 2010. The conference was specifically geared to knowledge management professionals at institutions with or applying for the NIH Clinical and Translational Science Award. The class is now directed to health science librarians from all types of institutions. The class is a toolkit that aims to educate participants on the essential concepts surrounding scholarly communication and to generate local implementation and advocacy. The class is divided into sections on scholary communication background and basics; copyright; novel uses of institutional repositories and data management; NIH Public Access Policy; advocacy and communication; and culminates with a discussion on next steps for the profession.
This work was supported in part by Award Number R13LM010054 from the National Library of Medicine. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Library of Medicine or the National Institutes of Health.
Kroth, Philip J. and Holly E. Phillips. "Scholarly Communication Toolkit: Everything you need to know from copyright to advocacy." (2010). https://digitalrepository.unm.edu/open_access/5
Introduction and CTSA/Translational Science
ScholCommCE_IRDataMgmt_Austin2010.pdf (580 kB)
Update on Institutional Repositories and Data Management
ScholCommCE_Copyright_Austin2010.pdf (798 kB)
Update on Copyright for Translational Investigators and NIH Policy Intro
ScholCommCE_NIHPolicy_Austin2010.pdf (1949 kB)
NIH Policy at UNM: How to get translational investigators to participate
ScholCommCE_Agenda_Austin2010.pdf (130 kB)
Agenda for Austin 2010