NASIG announces formation of Scholarly Communications Core Competencies Task Force

The NASIG Executive Board is proud to announce the formation of a Scholarly Communications Core Competencies Task Force.  Following the model of the very successful work NASIG has done in developing core competencies for electronic resources librarians and our ongoing work in developing core competencies for print serials, the new task force will develop a statement that describes core competencies for librarians whose professional responsibilities include a large component of work in the highly collaborative environment related to digital scholarship and scholarly communications.

The Task Force’s members are:

William Joseph Thomas, Chair (East Carolina University)
Sara Bahnmaier (University of Michigan)
Angela Dresselhaus (University of Montana, Missoula)
Julie Fielding (University of Michigan)
Char Simser (Kansas State University)
Andy Wesolek (Clemson University)

The NASIG Executive Board wants to thank the members of the Task Force for their commitment to this important work.

For more information, please consult the Task Force’s webpage on the NASIG website.

Thanks,

Steve Kelley
NASIG President

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