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Scholarly Communication
21st Century Digital Scholarship at UCF

Open Access Week 2013

October 21-27, 2013

All month long

Looking for some random Open Access insight and information – or have something to share? Join us on Facebook and Twitter.

Want to know what all the Open Access fuss is about? Visit the Open Access exhibit at the John C. Hitt Library.

Monday, October 21, 3:00-4:00 in Library room 223

Social Media for Academics: Promoting Your Research, Creating Community and Increasing Access
Presented by Kim Voss, Associate Professor and Area Coordinator for Journalism, Nicholson School of Communication

This session will demonstrate how to use social media to promote your professional work and to better understand the communication of the future. The focus will be on developing best practices of social media use, with examples from my professional blog, as well as my Academia.edu, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and Slideshare accounts. There will also be tips on getting started for those not currently using social media.

Wednesday, October 23, 1:30-2:00 in Library room 223

Open Access Champions Meet and Greet

Join your fellow teaching faculty and librarians from the UCF Libraries for a meet-and-greet as we honor our Open Access Champions. Light refreshments will be served. This will be immediately followed by ASERL’s Open Access Week Chat with Peter Suber.

Wednesday, October 23, 2:00-3:00 in Library room 223

ASERL's Open Access Week Chat with Peter Suber

The John C. Hitt Library will host an ASERL (Association of Southeastern Research Libraries) webinar and interactive discussion with Peter Suber, Director of the Harvard Office of Scholarly Communications and many other titles and accomplishments (see bit.ly/petersuber for his credentials.) Instead of a web-based lecture, this will be an interactive interview and discussion with Peter. Questions will be collected in advance to get the discussion started, but attendees can also submit questions and comments in real-time during the session. Christine Fruin, ASERL's Visiting Program Officer for Scholarly Communications, will moderate the session.

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