Author Archives: Jennifer Green

Twitter as part of your professional identity

I have to admit that I wasn’t much of a Twitter user until recently. I created an account in 2009–probably a year or so after I started using Facebook. I think I posted three things and then my Twitter profile lay dormant … Continue reading

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Open Data Day

SPARC (the Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition) released their member update this morning and shared the news that they have officially joined the Data Coalition, an organization that “advocates on behalf of the private sector and the public interest … Continue reading

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Fair Use Week 2017

Last week was brought to us by the “Love Your Data Week” celebration, and we learned through a series of posts how to better provide for the care and feeding of our data. This week is brought to us by the “Fair Use/Fair … Continue reading

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Making sense from chaos: our global context

Our work in scholarly communication is necessarily global, and the two of us in Dartmouth’s Scholarly Communication, Copyright and Publishing Program are involved with international conferences this year, the Open Scholarship Initiative which is to be held in the U.S. … Continue reading

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Your Research Identity: a Thayer Winterim Short Course

Your Research Identity: a Thayer Winterim Short Course During the December 2016 break (Winterim), the Thayer School of Engineering offered a series of 5 non-credit, skills-based short courses. Librarians from Dartmouth’s Feldberg Library and the Scholarly Communication Program submitted a proposal for … Continue reading

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OpenCon 2016: a post-attendance interview with Emily Boyd

Emily Boyd is a Business, Economics, and Engineering Librarian at Dartmouth College in the Feldberg Library. She attended OpenCon2016 on behalf of Dartmouth College through a scholarship offered by the Dartmouth College Library.  OpenCon is a gathering for next generation professionals … Continue reading

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OpenCon 2016: a pre-attendance interview with Emily Boyd

  Emily Boyd is a Business, Economics, and Engineering Librarian at Dartmouth College in the Feldberg Library. She will be attending OpenCon2016 on behalf of Dartmouth College through a scholarship offered by the Dartmouth College Library.  OpenCon is a gathering for next … Continue reading

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Reflections on Open Access Week 2016

Open Access Week 2016 came through Dartmouth College in a flurry of activity, contemplation, discussion, and debate.  If you missed the Dartmouth events from October 24-28th, or you are still in need of more open access engagement, there are opportunities to … Continue reading

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Gregg Gordon, President of SSRN, to speak at Dartmouth College

What is SSRN? The acronym stands for the Social Science Research Network and it is the leading open repository that promotes innovation in the social sciences and humanities by providing open access to scholarly work. On Tuesday, October 25th at 3-4:30pm in Rockefeller 003, … Continue reading

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The Open Book: New Directions in Monograph Publishing

Are you engaged in scholarly monograph publishing? Do you wonder about the current landscape of publishing monographs openly so that readers can access your work free of charge? Would you like to know more so that you can prepare for … Continue reading

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