Services for Research Data and Open Access: Strategies and Toolkits Being Implemented at Virginia Tech, the University of California, and Duke University

Session Type: Presentation

Session Description
Researchers are increasingly being expected to share their research data and publications in open access venues, whether through funder mandates, institutional open access policies, or disciplinary norms. How can university libraries and research support groups provide services to help researchers meet these expectations? Representatives from Virginia Tech, the University of California, and Duke University will each briefly present on strategies being implemented on their campuses to meet these goals, including staffing, technologies, and integration with other university initiatives and incentive models. Following the presentations, the audience is invited to join a moderated discussion on the tools and strategies discussed in the presentation as well as to discuss insights from their own institution and initiatives.

Session Leaders
Sherry Lake, University of Virginia
Catherine Mitchell, California Digital Library
Justin Gonder, California Digital Library
Jim Tuttle, Duke University
Nathan Hall, Virginia Tech
Kyrille Goldbeck, Virginia Tech
Scott Pennington, Virginia Tech

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