Scholarly Communication Report: Final Draft

peter.suber's bookmarks 2019-05-18


1. Researchers are embracing non-traditional modes of scholarly output. 
2. Researchers are interested in sharing their work more broadly and more meaningfully than they have in the past.
3. Researchers feel a tension between their desire to create and share broadly and the pressures of tenure and promotion.
4. Researchers view the library as a trusted authority with whom they
would like to partner in advocacy and new scholarly production...."


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Tags: oa.surveys oa.attitudes oa.genres oa.p&t oa.libraries oa.penn.state.u

Date tagged:

05/18/2019, 11:46

Date published:

05/18/2019, 07:46