Event Title

Speed Dating: Match Making with Scholars Archive

Document Type

Discussion

Location

Standish Room, Science Library

Start Date

26-10-2017 12:45 PM

End Date

26-10-2017 1:30 PM

Description

Institutional Repositories (IR) are known to be awesome for storing, preserving and sharing traditional publication types. However, they can also provide an attractive platform to creatively showcase other forms of academic output that show value and demonstrate the impact an institution has in a particular area of research or subject area. During this segment, audience members will have the opportunity to mix and mingle with people who have worked with Scholars Archive, the University at Albany’s Institutional Repository, in a variety of these new and exciting ways. Through these interactions attendees will make new connections and find the perfect match for their scholarly output in Scholars Archive.

Comments

Lindsay Van Berkom is the Scholars Archive Administrator. Her responsibilities include building structures within the repository, creating workflows, conducting training, developing marketing strategies and initiatives, and performing outreach for Scholars Archive. Her office is located in the Dewey Graduate Library on the Downtown Campus, but she is often spotted on the Uptown Campus working with her library colleagues and alongside other departments on campus. Ms. Van Berkom recently celebrated 10 years of service working for the University at Albany Libraries. She is the 2015 recipient of the President’s and Chancellor’s Excellence Awards in Professional Service. She has over 13 years of experience working in libraries and holds a Bachelor of Science in Applied Economics and Management from Cornell University.

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Oct 26th, 12:45 PM Oct 26th, 1:30 PM

Speed Dating: Match Making with Scholars Archive

Standish Room, Science Library

Institutional Repositories (IR) are known to be awesome for storing, preserving and sharing traditional publication types. However, they can also provide an attractive platform to creatively showcase other forms of academic output that show value and demonstrate the impact an institution has in a particular area of research or subject area. During this segment, audience members will have the opportunity to mix and mingle with people who have worked with Scholars Archive, the University at Albany’s Institutional Repository, in a variety of these new and exciting ways. Through these interactions attendees will make new connections and find the perfect match for their scholarly output in Scholars Archive.