A Practical Writing Guide for Academic Librarians - 1st Edition
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Horner; Suzanne S. Provide leadership on the development and implementation a University-wide open access policy. Develop and manage an affordable education program with emphasis on open educational resources OER. Current research interests: critical information literacy, scholarly publishing in the library field, open educational resource-based instruction, and social justice in professional practice. Responsibilities Develop comprehensive scholarly communication program in collaboration with liaison librarians to support research and scholarly production across campus.
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Rising temperatures: The politics of information. In Herreid, C. Hollister, C.
Making the case for enhanced learning: Using case studies in a credit-bearing library course. In Connor, E. New York: Haworth. A new approach to information literacy: Reaching out to student services. Biggs Ed. ISSN: Perceptions of scholarly communication among library and information studies students.
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