NASIG 2013 Program Highlights: Scholarly Communication

Are you interested in learning more about scholarly communication? Join your colleagues at the 28th Annual North American Serials Interest Group Conference in Buffalo, NY on June 6-9, 2013. Here are a few of the exciting scholarly communication sessions that will be happening at the conference this year:

  • Vision Session – The value of serials in academic and special libraries (presented by Megan Oakleaf of Syracuse University)
  • Scholar commons @ USF: Sharing knowledge worldwide (presented by Carol Ann Borchert and Julie Fielding of University of South Florida)
  • Creation, transformation, dissemination and preservation: Advocating for scholarly communication (presented by Anne McKee of Greater Western Library Alliance and Christine M. Stamison of Swets)
  • The great transition of scholarly communication at the Thomas G. Carpenter Library (presented by Alice Eng and Cynthia J. Jordan of University of North Florida)

For more information on the conference and for registration information, please visit http://www.nasig.org/conference_registration.cfm.

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