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Scholarly Communications Working Group Meeting Minutes
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Title: Scholarly Communications Working Group Meeting Minutes
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Creator: Fruin, Christine
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1 OPEN ACCESS TASK FORCE MEETING: MINUTES FOR JANUARY 10, 2011 1. Minutes: this meeting – Dina 2. Approve Minutes/Revise agenda approved 3. Update on Scholarly Communications Librarian position: re advertised Isabel reported that applications seem a bit slow to date for the Scholarly Communications Librarian vacancy. She also noted that the Legal Information Center now has a policy to hire only librarians with a law degree, which indicates that there should be a sufficient pool of applicants with a JD for the SC librarian position, although the JD is not a required qualification but only preferred. Laurie suggested reaching out to anthropology or other fields involved in cultural heritage that may provide a bigger pool. 4. Discussion: Setting the agenda for 2011 (see brainstorming ideas) Isabel discussed the original group charge, and moving it from draft to permanent status, and asked for any edits or input. This would entail changing the group’s name from ‘task force’ to ‘working group’. Isabel will present the final version to Judy and then notify Stacey to change the name and URL on the LibGuide. Beth suggested a shift from working with the scholarly communications librarian to the scholarly communications office or unit. The group discussed increased focus on international issues and groups, including Title VI centers like the Latin American Center on campus. Also mentioned: the possibility of an outside faculty member or graduate student joining the group to provide additional perspective. See the Strategies draft for more detailed minutes. 5. National Sparky Awards a. Have been moved to May 2011 so they don’t overlap with Open Access Week: see http://www.sparkyawards.org/ b. This may be an event to promote locally/on campus next year. 6. Report on Digital Commons (see Digital scholars lab at UVA and digital scholarship commons at Emory University, and depress Digital Commons a. See material provided by Laurie on UCLA Digital Library and CSUL Digital Initiatives Subcommittee (DISC) Analysis: Laurie b. There may be an opportunity to use/convert existing space in Newell Hall and apply for a grant to do so. c. Examples of digital scholarship commons elsewhere (to review and discuss at the next meeting). Please look at the following links: i. UVA Scholar’s Lab: http://www2.lib.virginia.edu/scholarslab/ ii. Emory Digital Scholarship Commons: http://web.library.emory.edu/ Digital_Scholarship_Commons 7. OA Publishing Platform: FCLA? 8. OA Week 2011: review of 2010 and suggestions for next year a. Poster Session: get easels and use gallery (the hallway outside 282 was too narrow) b. Judy & ULC representative c. Keynote speaker Keynote speaker for next year: Dan R. recommends James Boyle who just won an EFF Pioneer Award: http://www.boingboing.net/2010/10/19/eff announces pionee

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2 1.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+boingboing%2 FiBag+%28Boing+Boing%29&utm_content=Google+Reader EFF announces Pioneer Award winners: … James Boyle …“James Boyle is William Neal Reynolds Professor of Law and co founder of the Center for the Study of the Public Domain at Duke Law School. Professor Boyle is recognized for his exceptional scholarship on the "second enclosure movement" the worldwide expansion of intellectual property rights and its threat to the rich public domain of cultural and scientific materials that the Internet might otherwise make available. An original board member of Creative Commons and co founder of Science Commons, Professor Boyle has worked for over 20 years as both an academic and institution builder to celebrate and protect the values of cultural and scientific openness.” d. UFOAP: Isabel and recipients: e. Elizabeth Outler, Copyright f. Sophia Acord, Center for the Humanities and the Public Sphere, “Assessing the Future Landscape of Scholarly Communications” with a humanities scholar? g. Dina and ?, Digital scholarship and repositories IR@UF and disciplinary repositories: h. Buttons: expenditure approved: make a date: ? i. Tee shirts j. Publicity efforts: Barbara to work with IFAS PR for increased publicity i. Libraries websites ii. MyUFL iii. Newspapers/press releases iv. DDD letter/all faculty letter v. Posters in the library and around campus? vi. Work with IFAS PR k. Groups to collaborate with (publicity and programming) i. Center for the Humanities and the Public Sphere: Sophia Acord ii. Jennifer Griffith Delgado, President, Florida Free Culture, student group: Stacey and Margeaux are now liaisons, see http://uf.freeculture.org iii. Bess de Farber’s mailing list iv. Graduate students v. Student government vi. Christina Laird [cdl19860@gmail.com], UF's chapter of Universities Allied for Essential Medicines (UAEM), a non profit global health organization that is concerned with access to medicines and access to research issues ( Error! Hyperlink reference not valid. >). l. National SPARKY Awards 9. Library liaisons and OA a. IR: i. Link from subject guides to IR ii. Link from subject guides to special materials and also create a link on the IR page to special collections and subject guide b. OA: link to OA pages from subject guides c. Links to students: i. Graduate School liaison? Currently working through Bess de Farber ii. Student Government 10. Are we systematically identifying and acquiring open access books from university presses? And journals? We can identify collections and refer to Betsy Simpson to add. 11. State wide task force and leadership by UF: draft proposal, update: Isabel

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3 i. To place on agenda for March meeting a report on our work, activities and strategies to employ, to spur interest and discussion; for SEC also: Isabel n b. Collaboration with FSU, Jordan Andrade, E Science Librarian 12. New business: new projects to launch OA, including the IR Next meeting: second Monday of every month, 10:30 a.m., LW 429, Feb. 14