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Monday, December 10 • 5:00pm - 5:30pm
3.2 Towards Interoperable and Equitable Scholarly Communications Ecosystems: Values-based Questions to Ask Infrastructure Providers

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Academics and academic institutions are navigating internal and external pressures for reporting, research intelligence, research production, sharing, and access while a proliferation of “time-saving,” “problem-solving” services and products are being marketed to them by a variety of publishers and vendors. The continued success of all who are involved in the scholarly communication ecosystem hinges on the ability to anticipate external and internal opportunities and challenges while making informed economic decisions. University of California San Diego Library Scholarly Communications and Research Data Management Programs teamed up to design and facilitate a 2018 Force11 Scholarly Communications Institute (FSCI) week-long course that was based on the observation that systems of scholarly communication are multiplying rapidly. These systems are being marketed to our campuses as either single solutions to address single specific stakeholder needs or as entire interoperable systems in support of the entire scholarly communication ecosystem. To help navigate this evolving issue, members of the FSCI course undertook a new project, aimed at raising awareness of the models, systems, drivers in play, and to communicate the issue among all the stakeholders. The project was carried out in subsequent months by the participants in a multi-institution collaboration that resulted in a visualization model intended to frame the issue and a set of checklists to help determine institutional priorities in selecting products to support the scholarly communication infrastructure. The goal of the project is to shape and guide infrastructure adoption so that our academic institutions will influence and contribute to a healthy, sustainable, fair and equitable research information and scholarly communication ecosystem.

https://www.force11.org/fsci/2018/course-abstracts#AM5

Speakers
avatar for David Minor

David Minor

Director, Research Data Curation Program, UC San Diego Library
I'm focused on defining what is needed for the contemporary and long-term management of digital data and resources. My position includes significant interaction with stakeholders on the UC San Diego campus, throughout the UC System, and national initiatives. Our program also includes... Read More →
avatar for Allegra Swift

Allegra Swift

Scholarly Communication Librarian, UCSD
I support researchers and scholars at UC San Diego from all backgrounds, disciplines, and at all career stages to use, create, and publish scholarship and research in ways that promote its dissemination, accessibility, and impact.I offer guidance so that our academic community can... Read More →


Monday December 10, 2018 5:00pm - 5:30pm
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