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February 2012--All faculty and graduate students are invited to coffee, cookies, and a discussion, led by Digital Projects Librarian Ann Hanlon: "The Transition in Scholarly Communication: Scholarship in the Age of the Internet." The informative session will include

  • open access to research;
  • alternative business models for scholarly publishing;
  • alternative measures of research impact;
  • the newly introduced Research Works Act and the modified Federal Research Public Access Act;
  • and the context of e-Publications@Marquette amidst all this activity.

Two dates have been scheduled in order to accommodate faculty schedules; choose the date that best fits your calendar.

February 29 (Wednesday), 10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
March 5 (Monday), 2:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Both discussions will be held in the Conference Center, Beaumier Suite A, on the lower level of Raynor Library. Faculty are welcome to encourage graduate student participation.

Coffee and cookies will be served. No reservation required, but contact Ann Hanlon, Digital Projects Librarian, with questions.

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