Expanding Open Access Scholarship on Your Campus: A Statewide Panel Discussion Online
Celebrate International Open Access Week 2022 by joining us for a statewide panel discussion featuring Alabama librarians who are involved in open access initiatives on their campuses. The panelists will discuss what they’ve done to make their campuses more OA friendly and share what they’ve learned along the way. You’ll learn from their experiences, have the opportunity to ask questions, and connect with other Alabama librarians interested in open access. This event is sponsored by the UAB Libraries Office of Scholarly Communication.
Jeff Graveline, JD, MLIS
Associate Dean for Research & Scholarly Communication and Director of Office of Scholarly Communication, UAB Libraries
Jeff Graveline is a Professor and Associate Dean for Research and Scholarly Communication with the UAB Libraries. He also serves as the Director of the UAB Libraries Office of Scholarly Communication. Jeff has extensive experience with copyright and open access, and his research interests focus on the intersection of copyright law and higher education. He holds a BA from Virginia Tech and a JD and MLIS from The University of Alabama.
Carrie Hill, MSIS
Digital Scholarship Librarian, Auburn University Libraries
Carrie Hill is the Digital Scholarship Librarian in Auburn University Libraries. While earning her Master of Science in Information Science at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, she worked with the Open Knowledge Center at North Carolina State University, where she contributed to multiple open scholarly publications. At Auburn, she supports faculty research in digital scholarship and digital humanities while leading and promoting campus-wide digital scholarship initiatives. Her research interests include the information practices of amateur digital archivists and open access digital publishing.
Jen Pate, MLIS
Open Education Resources (OER) & Scholarly Communications Librarian, UNA Collier Library And Information Services
Jennifer Pate is the Open Education Resources & Scholarly Communications Librarian at the University of North Alabama. Jennifer manages the campus Institutional Repository, the RoOAR, a hosted open source (Hyku) platform. She also co-leads the campus OER initiative, which provides funding for faculty to find, assess, and develop OER for use in their courses. She has developed faculty training modules, led OER and Scholarly Communications campus workshops, and works with faculty on various Open Access and OER projects. Jennifer has completed the Open Education Network’s Certificate in OER Librarianship, Creative Commons Certification, the Library Copyright Institute, and is pursuing a second Master’s Degree in Instructional Technology and Design.
Marla Hertz, Ph.D
Research Data Management Librarian, UAB Libraries
- Monday, October 24, 2022
- 1:00pm - 2:00pm
- Time Zone:
- Central Time - US & Canada (change)
- This is an online event. Event URL will be sent via registration email.