Scholarly research (Survey)

Submitted by Alonzo LaMont on Thu, 10/22/2015 - 10:58am

We highly encourage everyone to take the the “101 Innovations In Scholarly Communications Survey,” developed by Utrecht University in the Netherlands, in order for us (as your friendly Librarians) to maximize our services to better understand and accommodate the ever-changing landscape of scholarly communications. Many thanks to our long-time friend Robin Sinn, from the Sheridan Libraries, who got the ball rolling on this. And as you can see from her blog, one of the goals is to chart how research and workflows differ from one JHU campus to another. The links for the different campuses are provided on Robin’s blog.

 

 

You have till February 10th, 2016, and final results will be posted on the same aforementioned “101 Innovations in Scholarly Research site. If you’d like a bit more information about the Survey, you may find these two resources helpful: Here’s a July, 2015 podcast from The Scholarly Kitchen that provides additional press about “101 Innovations,” and blogger Susan Gunelius outlined the project back in May, 2015.

 

The Welch Library Communications Team