The ACRL Research and Scholarly Environment Committee is pleased to announce the selection of Amy Buckland, Jenny Oleen, and Jaron Porciello as the newest presenters for the workshop “Scholarly Communication: From Understanding to Engagement,” which is offered to institutions across the country on an ongoing basis. Amy, Jenny, and Jaron join the team of experienced presenters as collegial partners in shaping the curriculum and presenting the popular workshop. Amy Buckland is Coordinator, Scholarly Communications, McGill University; Jenny Oleen is Scholarly Communication Librarian, Western Washington University; and Jaron Porciello is Digital Scholarship Initiatives Coordinator, Digital Scholarship and Preservation Services, Cornell University.
“We are very pleased to have three new presenters, Amy, Jaron, and Jenny, join ACRL’s scholarly communication workshop “roadshow” team of presenters. This is a valued workshop for the library community, which has evolved to meet the changing needs of the community and the changing nature of scholarly communication. I’m confident these new presenters will contribute to the continued success of the roadshow, bringing new energy and ideas,” said Chair of the ACRL Research and Scholarly Environment Committee Lisa Macklin of Emory University. The search committee, comprised of members of the ACRL Research and Scholarly Environment Committee and a representative of the current presenter group, was led by committee member Scott Mandernack of Marquette University.
The program continues its cost-sharing model as ACRL is committed to underwriting the bulk of the expense for delivering the workshop five times each year. Stay tuned for more information in fall 2014 about how you can apply to host the competitive subsidized version. In addition, you may bring this one-day workshop, at full cost, to your campus, chapter, or consortia at any time year round.
New this year, the presenter team is developing virtual programming through live webcasts as part of ACRL’s e-Learning program. Register now for their first webcast, Cultivating Creators: Copyright in the Information Literacy Classroom, offered August 5, 2014.