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Building a Scholarly Communication Boot Camp for East Carolina University Liaisons

Cindy D. Shirkey, East Carolina University
Jeanne Hoover, East Carolina University

CC‐BY: Is There Such a Thing as Too Open in Open Access?

LeEtta M. Schmidt, University of South Florida Tampa Library
Kyle K. Courtney, Harvard Office of Scholarly Communications
Calvin Manning, Taylor & Francis

E‐Book Tune‐Up: Maintaining, Sustaining, and Expanding Your Demand‐Driven E‐Book Program

Caroline Mills, Furman University Libraries
Janet A. Nazar, Furman University Libraries
Michelle R. Desilets, Metropolitan State University
Nathan Carlson, Metropolitan State University

Google Books: It Ain’t Over ‘Til the Librarian Sings

Bill Hannay, Schiff Hardin, LLP; Chicago‐Kent College of Law at the Illinois Institute of Technology

“Help, We Started a Journal!”: Adventures in Supporting Open Access Publishing Using Open Journal Systems

Anna R. Craft, University of North Carolina at Greensboro

How Much Do Monographs Cost? And Why Should We Care?

Nancy L. Maron, BlueSky to BluePrint, LLC
Charles Watkinson, University of Michigan Library
Meredith Kahn, University of Michigan Library
Shayna Pekala, Indiana University Libraries

Improving the Availability of ISSN—A Joint Project

Gaëlle Béquet, International ISSN Centre/CIEPS
Laurie Kaplan, ProQuest

In the Highways and Hedges: Library Support for OER Adoption Efforts at Higher Education Institutions Across Virginia

Tara Cassidy, Virginia Community College System
Olivia Reinauer, Tidewater Community College
Anita R. Walz, Virginia Tech

Not So Strange Bedfellows: Information Standards for Librarians AND Publishers

Marti Heyman, Virginia Tech
Betty Landesman, Virginia Tech

Open Access Funds: Getting a Bigger Bang for Our Bucks

Robert Glushko, University of Toronto Libraries
Crystal Hampson, University of Saskatchewan
Patricia Moore, Carleton University
Elizabeth Yates, Brock University

Publishing Makerspace: A New Approach to Scholarly Publishing

Sylvia K. Miller, Consortium of Humanities Centers and Institutes
David Phillips, Wake Forest University
Courtney Berger, Duke University Press
Marjorie Fowler, University of North Carolina Press
Rebecca Kennison, K|N Consultants
John D. Martin III, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
John McLeod, University of North Carolina Press
Chelcie Rowell, Wake Forest University

Publishing Our Own Work: Contributing to the Professional Literature Through Systematizing Sharing of Library Reports

Lisa Janicke Hinchliffe, University of Illinois Library at Urbana-Champaign
Sarah E. Crissinger, Davidson College
Emily A. Hardesty, University of Illinois Library at Urbana-Champaign
Aaron S. McCollough, University of Illinois Library at Urbana-Champaign

Teaching the Library to Students of Higher Education

Steven Weiland, Michigan State University

The Changing Nature of OA Journals: Helping Scholars Identify the Good, the Bad, and the Political

Matthew C. Torrence, University of South Florida
Susan Ariew, University of South Florida

The Open Movement: What Libraries Can Do

Sheila Corrall, University of Pittsburgh School of Information Sciences

Where Do We Go From Here: Choosing a Framework for Assessing Research Data Services and Training

William M. Cross, North Carolina State University Libraries
Hilary M. Davis, North Carolina State University Libraries