Makula, A. Y. (2021). Open access campus conversations cohort. In E. Bongiovanni & B. Buljung (Eds.), The scholarly communication cookbook (pp. 154-157). Chicago: Association of College & Research Libraries.
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The Open Access Campus Conversations Cohort is a discussion series for faculty members across campus, representing a variety of academic disciplines and unique perspectives, that meets regularly throughout the course of an academic year. The cohort seeks to establish a community where faculty members who are interested in issues related to open access and changes in the scholarly publishing ecosystem can gather, share information, learn from one another, and take actionable steps to provoke positive change at their institutions. While many scholarly communications outreach efforts are isolated, individual, or one-shot activities, the Open Access Campus Conversations Cohort is designed to foster greater cohesion and build relationships, trust, and support among participants over time.
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Makula, Amanda Y., "Open Access Campus Conversations Cohort" (2021). Copley Library: Faculty Scholarship. 8.