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LACUNY Scholarly Communications Roundtable Meeting, June 4, 2014
June 4, 2014, 10am-12pm, Graduate Center Attendees: Jill Cirasella (GC), Maura Smale (NYCCT), Jay Berman (KBCC), Jenny Furlong (GC), Nancy Foasberg (QC), Clay Williams (HC), Jean Amaral (QCC), Karen Okamoto (JJ), Madeline Cohen (LC), Gioa Stevens (GC), Ann Matsuuchi (LaGCC) Recap of this year: - We had 5 events, 2 in the fall and 3 in the spring. How'd they go? Suggestions/feedback? - Depending on campus, some folks can have difficulties getting to multiple half-day events, perhaps consider a full-day event? - Also, the dissertations panel was livestreamed, can consider livestreaming for the future. If events are at the GC it's easy to livestream, but the Academic Commons team can help us with livestreaming at other campuses as well. - Seems to be consensus that 5 events might be too many. In other years we've done 2, though it's really up to the co-chairs. Brainstorming for next year: - There are many programs we've offered frequently, does this imply a baseline of understanding of these issues that's rising? Or should we continue to offer these programs at the university and on the campuses, given that we have new faculty/grad students/staff every year? - Suggestion to offer a course, repackaging these materials as a kit, training the trainers on campuses -- can we help facilitate that? Could also help address the difficulties in traveling to frequent events. - With OLS hiring a Scholarly Communications Librarian chances seem good that there might be a CUNYwide Scholarly Communications Committee in the not too distant future. - All of our presentation materials are available on the Open Access @ CUNY blog, though kind of scattered right now. Everyone felt that it would be useful to have these materials pulled together in a toolkit and an area for that created on the blog. - Also our CUNYwide institutional repository is coming, will remain to be seen how implementation happens university-wide and at each campus. - Documentation that we can all share with our grants office to help faculty who are required to deposit publications in IRs can also be something we collaborate on and share out together. - Another idea we've intermittently discussed in the past is approaching the PSC to discuss adding an open access requirement for publications resulting from the PSC-CUNY grants.

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