Third Annual Scholarly Communication Event: A Changing Landscape
Tuesday, October 25, 2016
BLUU, Ballroom C
The third annual Scholarly Communication Event begins at 1 pm on October 25. The event is open to students, faculty and staff. Six guest speakers will discuss trends in scholarly communication, digital scholarship, and open access. Please join us for one or all sessions.
Open Is Not A Panacea: Building An Inclusive Digital Public Commons
Sarah Melton, Head of Digital Scholarship, Boston College
Is open the same as public? And what’s so public about the digital, anyway? Come and learn how we might re-imagine the potential of an open commons.
New Forms of Scholarly Communication and Openness – How Can TCU Faculty Participate?
Molly Weinburgh, Piper Professor and William L. & Betty F. Adams Chair of Education, TCU
Jason Helms, Assistant Professor, Rhetoric and Composition, TCU
Joddy Murray, Associate Professor, Creative Writing, Rhetoric and Composition, TCU
Jeff Bond, Scholarly Communication Librarian, TCU
Discover how TCU faculty are participating in new forms of scholarship and find out ways you can get involved. A discussion among all in attendance will follow the panel.
Copyright and Author Rights: How to Retain Ownership When Getting Published
Laura McKinnon, J.D., Dean of Educational Resources, Richland College
Come find out about what rights you typically sign away when signing a publishing agreement. Learn the basics of copyright and how you can retain your rights while still getting published.