LYROpen Fair Session 3: Evaluating and Acquiring Open Content Programs





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Description:

How do you decide which open publications to support? Which open publications will most adequately reflect the values of your institution? And once you have made that decision, how do you justify supporting open content to your administration? This session will provide valuable tips for how to evaluate and advocate for financially supporting open content initiatives, as well as an overview of which initiatives are currently being offered through LYRASIS. Handouts will be distributed during this session as a reference guide for future decision making.

Learning Outcomes

At the end of the session, participants should be able to:

Learn about tips and tools for evaluating open content initiatives
Learn about advocacy strategies for supporting open content to decision makers
Know where to go to support open content initiatives offered through LYRASIS

Instructor

Hannah Rosen | Strategist for Research and Scholarly Communication | LYRASIS

Hannah Rosen is a Strategist for Research and Scholarly Communication at LYRASIS. Within the Content and Scholarly Communication Initiatives team she is responsible for managing vendor and not-for-profit partnerships, including, but not limited to, digitization vendors, open access (OA) initiatives, and scholarly communication services. She is also a member of the Research and Innovation team, where she administers and publishes LYRASIS Research surveys and reports, and facilitates connections between LYRASIS research initiatives and events such as the Leaders Forums and the Annual Member Summit.









State library and/or archives agency; Network/consortia; Academic library: 4 year and graduate; Special Library; Academic library: 2 year
Time: All live online classes are in Eastern time.