So, what is it really like to work in research support and scholarly communication? | Unlocking Research

peter.suber's bookmarks 2018-10-11

Summary:

"Inspired by the 23 librarians programmes which took place across the UK a few years ago we would like to offer those who are working in scholarly communication and research support a chance to share their thoughts with us in the form of short vox pop video interviews. Designed to be no more than two to three minutes in length these videos would outline what your role is, the core tasks of your job and the skills you wish you had developed prior to working in this area. We will host these videos online and over time build up a useful resource for the community at large and those looking to work in this area. Videos can be filmed on phones, tablets or anything else you have to hand.

We are aiming to launch the first wave of vox pops during Open Access Week 2018 (22 – 28th October) but the contributions don’t need to be restricted to those working in Open Access roles. We welcome contributions from anyone who considers that they work in any aspect of scholarly communication or research support, whether this is in a library or a different environment. To help you we have put together both a sample video and a list of questions below...."

Link:

https://unlockingresearch-blog.lib.cam.ac.uk/?p=2180

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Tags:

oa.new oa.interviews oa.surveys oa.scholcomm oa.oa_week

Date tagged:

10/11/2018, 09:30

Date published:

10/11/2018, 05:30