Digital Archivist at University of California, San Diego

Posted in Digital Library Jobs on February 8th, 2016

The University of California, San Diego is recruiting a Digital Archivist.

Here's an excerpt from the ad:

The Digital Archivist is a new position shared between Special Collections & Archives (SC&A) and the Digital Library Development Program (DLDP). Reporting to the directors of both programs ( 60% in SC&A; 40% in DLDP), the Digital Archivist will provide leadership to ensure the long term preservation, organization, and discovery of all born-digital materials collected and retained by the UC San Diego Library. Given the number of such resources that are growing in Special Collections & Archives, the position will initially primarily report in that program.

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    Digital Scholarship Librarian at University of Minnesota

    Posted in Digital Library Jobs on February 8th, 2016

    The University of Minnesota is recruiting a Digital Scholarship Librarian.

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    The Digital Scholarship Librarian (DSL) provides strategic direction for the University of Minnesota Libraries in developing and sustaining new models of support for digital scholarship, primarily through coordination of the Digital Arts Sciences & Humanities (DASH) initiative. The DSL guides campus scholars on the integration of digital technologies and methodologies in research and teaching, including developing workshops and other events and overseeing development and execution of specific digital scholarship projects.

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      "Evaluating an Open Access Publishing Fund at a Comprehensive University"

      Posted in Open Access, Publishing, Research Libraries, Scholarly Journals on February 8th, 2016

      Sarah Beaubien, Julie Garrison, and Doug Way have published "Evaluating an Open Access Publishing Fund at a Comprehensive University" in the Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication.

      Here's an excerpt:

      Wanting to learn how faculty have benefitted from an open access publishing fund, Grand Valley State University Libraries surveyed recipients of the fund. The survey asked authors why they chose an open access publishing option and whether the fund influenced this decision. Authors were also asked whether they perceived that selecting an open access option broadened exposure to their work and about their likelihood of choosing open access in the future.

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        "An Interview with Jeffrey Beall"

        Posted in Open Access, Publishing, Scholarly Journals on February 8th, 2016

        Joseph Esposito has published "An Interview with Jeffrey Beall" in The Scholarly Kitchen.

        Here's an excerpt:

        [Beall] In the scholarly open access segment of the scholarly publishing industry, we are seeing that the most prosperous publishers are the larger ones, those able to offshore their production work. Hindawi (in Egypt) and MDPI (with most of its work done in China) are two examples. I think the industry will continue to select for publishers like these, meaning many production-related jobs in North America and Europe will move to South Asia and East Asia.

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          Director Library Repository Services and Technologies at Arizona State University

          Posted in Digital Library Jobs on February 5th, 2016

          Arizona State University is recruiting a Director Library Repository Services and Technologies.

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          Under the direction of the Associate University Librarian & Chief Technology Officer, responsible for the design, development, and management of library repository services and technologies. Oversees the implementation of platforms, processes, services, and systems for scholarly, research, archival, and other related repository functions

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            Association of Universities in the Netherlands and John Wiley Announce Open Access Agreement

            Posted in Open Access, Publishing, Scholarly Journals on February 5th, 2016

            The Association of Universities in the Netherlands and John Wiley and Sons, Inc. have announced an open access agreement.

            Here's an excerpt from the announcement:

            The negotiations between VSNU and Wiley resulted in an unprecedented agreement covering 2016 – 2019. It provides students and researchers at Dutch universities affiliated to the VSNU with access to all Wiley subscription journal content and enables authors at Dutch universities affiliated to the VSNU to enjoy unlimited open access publication in Wiley's hybrid journals (c.1400), with no publishing charge levied at the article level.

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              Scholarly Communication Librarian at University of North Texas

              Posted in Digital Library Jobs on February 5th, 2016

              The University of North Texas is recruiting a Scholarly Communication Librarian.

              Here's an excerpt from the ad:

              Reporting to and working in close collaboration with the Assistant Dean for Scholarly Communication, the Scholarly Communication Librarian will contribute to the Libraries' efforts to educate users about the transformation of scholarly communication and foster a more sustainable publishing ecosystem.

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                NMC Horizon Report > 2016 Higher Education Edition

                Posted in Emerging Technologies, Reports and White Papers on February 5th, 2016

                The New Media Consortium and EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative have released NMC Horizon Report > 2016 Higher Education Edition.

                Here's an excerpt from the announcement:

                The report identifies six key trends, six significant challenges, and six important developments in educational technology across three adoption horizons spanning over the next one to five years, giving campus leaders, educational technologists, and faculty a valuable guide for strategic technology planning. The report provides higher education leaders with in-depth insight into how trends and challenges are accelerating and impeding the adoption of educational technology, along with their implications for policy, leadership, and practice.

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                  Information Technology Specialist (SYSANALYSIS) at Library of Congress

                  Posted in Digital Library Jobs on February 4th, 2016

                  The Library of Congress is recruiting a Information Technology Specialist (SYSANALYSIS).

                  Here's an excerpt from the ad:

                  The Library of Congress seeks a web application developer to support the curation of our digital collections. . . .

                  The ideal candidate has experience developing in a modern programming language (such as Java or Python), interest in using and contributing to open source tools, experience developing applications using contemporary web frameworks (such as Spring or Django), enjoys collaborating with other developers and users, and experience using version control (such as Git) and ticket tracking tools (such as Trac, Github, JIRA).

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                    "Are ‘Predatory’ Journals Completely Negative, or Also a Sign of Something Positive?"

                    Posted in Open Access, Publishing, Scholarly Journals on February 4th, 2016

                    Jan Velterop has published "Are 'Predatory' Journals Completely Negative, or Also a Sign of Something Positive?" in SciELO in Perspective.

                    Here's an excerpt:

                    Yet, even with the drawback of being polluted by predatory journals, a functioning market is preferable to a quasi-market, completely dominated by monopolies or monopoly-like players. A system of subscriptions, in which the party who pays—the institutional library—has practically no meaningful choice of what to buy, differs from one of article processing charges (APCs, which make open access possible), in that the party who pays—the author—is the party who does have a meaningful choice of where to submit and publish. So 'flipping' the system from subscriptions to APCs does deliver something much more akin to a functioning market, and 'caveat emptor', 'buyer beware', applies to all markets.

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                      Digital Scholarship Programmer/Analyst at Northeastern University

                      Posted in Digital Library Jobs on February 4th, 2016

                      Northeastern University is recruiting a Digital Scholarship Programmer/Analyst.

                      Here's an excerpt from the ad:

                      The Programmer/Analyst designs applications that interact with core components of the Library's digital repository service (Hydra) and programs in such languages as Ruby, PHP, CSS, and JavaScript. Reporting to the Director of the Digital Scholarship Group, the Programmer/Analyst works collaboratively with colleagues in the Library and across campus, and participates in an ongoing evaluation of emerging academic and library technologies.

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                        "CHORUS Signs Agreement with US Department of Defense to Advance Public Access to Research"

                        Posted in Open Access, Publishing, Scholarly Journals on February 4th, 2016

                        CHORUS has released "CHORUS Signs Agreement with US Department of Defense to Advance Public Access to Research."

                        Here's an excerpt:

                        DTIC will employ CHORUS' services to build on open standards, distributed networks and established infrastructure to advance access to scholarly articles reporting on DoD-funded research, as well as enable agency indexing and long-term preservation of those articles. The DoD system will dovetail with the interoperable CHORUS framework, along with Crossref's Open Funder Registry, to provide an article submission workflow for DoD-funded researchers and facilitate public access to all articles that report on DoD-funded research. The agreement enables readers searching DTIC's Public Access Search to follow links that point to publicly available articles/accepted manuscripts in context of the journal where they were published.

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