The Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication is a quarterly, peer-reviewed open-access publication for original articles, reviews and case studies that analyze or describe the strategies, partnerships and impact of library-led digital projects, online publishing and scholarly communication initiatives.
JLSC is published by Pacific University Library. Pacific University (Oregon) is a private undergraduate liberal arts institution with graduate and professional programs in education, optometry and the health professions.
Content in Vol. 1, No.1 Includes:
What is in a Name? Introducing the Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication
Isaac Gilman and Marisa Ramirez
In Memoriam: Deborah Barreau
The Movement to Change Scholarly Communication Has Come a Long Way – How Far Might It Go?
Coming in the Back Door: Leveraging Open Textbooks To Promote Scholarly Communications on Campus
Steven J. Bell
Point & Counterpoint: Is CC BY the Best Open Access License?
Klaus Graf and Sanford Thatcher
The Anatomy of a Data Citation: Discovery, Reuse, and Credit
Hailey Mooney and Mark P. Newton
The Accessibility Quotient: A New Measure of Open Access
Mathew A. Willmott, Katharine H. Dunn, and Ellen Finnie Duranceau
Does Tenure Matter? Factors Influencing Faculty Contributions to Institutional Repositories
Anne M. Casey
Innovation Fair Abstracts, SPARC 2012 Open Access Meeting
Open Access Publishing Practices in a Complex Environment: Conditions, Barriers, and Bases of Power
Thomas L. Reinsfelder
Brief Reviews of Books and Products
Developing Open Access Journals: A Practical Guide by David J. Solomon
Starting, Strengthening, and Managing Institutional Repositories by Jonathan A. Nabe
Therese F. Triumph
Embedding Repositories: A Guide and Self-Assessment Tool by JISC
Michele I. Wyngard