Scholarly Communications Officer - Employment at the Library - About the Library - Lemieux Library - Seattle University

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"Seattle University's Lemieux Library and McGoldrick Learning Commons invites applications for an experienced, flexible, and innovative library faculty member to serve in the position of Scholarly Communication Officer. This 12-month non-tenure-track position, at a rank of Assistant or Associate Librarian, is available April 1, 2018."


"Responsibilities for scholarly communication

Assess the scholarly communication awareness and needs of Seattle University students and faculty and identify ways to meet them.

Develop a vision and roadmap to take the newly launched institutional repository to the next level.

Develop, implement, and manage a plan to identify and ingest content into the institutional repository, especially content that is not currently open.

Discover, devise, market and assess implementable strategies for involving the Seattle University community in both understanding and participating in scholarly publishing and the scholarly publishing landscape.

Work collaboratively with campus colleagues, including the Center for Faculty Development, Copyright Policy Coordinator, Office of Information Technology, Office of Sponsored Programs, and the Office of University Council, to advance scholarly communication awareness on campus.

Provide guidance and education on the use of rights-protected materials in scholarly communications and digital scholarship, campus and Library projects, and online learning environments and classrooms.

Provide first-line support for users who have questions about or problems with the institutional repository; e.g. create research guides related to scholarly communication, the institutional repository, copyright, and open access."


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01/24/2018, 16:52

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01/24/2018, 11:52