Using “NASIG core competencies for scholarly communication librarians” as a framework to develop campus support and use of a new institutional repository
© 2019 Jennifer Pate. In August 2017, NASIG approved and adopted a set of core competencies that can serve as a roadmap for a new Scholarly Communication Librarian working to promote and build collections for a new campus Institutional Repository. This presentation addressed how to utilize the specific competencies to scaffold priorities when building a new repository, including developing campus partnerships with administration, colleges, departments, faculty, and students. The Core Competencies can also be used to develop effective short-and long-term goals, both for the librarian and for the Institutional Repository, and can provide communication and outreach strategies to share those goals to the campus community.
(2019). Using “NASIG core competencies for scholarly communication librarians” as a framework to develop campus support and use of a new institutional repository. Serials Librarian, 76 (1-4), 191-194.