Learn about scope, stakeholders and stewardship of evolving scholarly record in upcoming OCLC Research webinar

Register to attend The Evolving Scholarly Record: Scope, Stakeholders and Stewardship webinar on Thursday, 17 September from 1-2 pm EDT to learn more about the evolution of the scholarly record, future stewardship models for scholarly material, and the key implications for academic libraries.

We'll post the webinar recording and slides on our website afterward and will notify registrants by email when they are available. We encourage you to register even if you are unable to attend the live webinar if you would like to be notified when the recording is available.

For more information:

Brian Lavoie
Research Scientist
OCLC Research
lavoie@oclc.org
+1-614-764-4399

Melissa Renspie
Senior Communications Officer
OCLC Research
renspiem@oclc.org
+1-614-761-5231

 

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The scholarly record is increasingly digital and networked, while at the same time expanding in both the volume and diversity of the material it contains. The long-term future of the scholarly record cannot be effectively secured with traditional stewardship models developed for print materials. Attend this webinar to learn more about the evolution of the scholarly record, future stewardship models for scholarly material, and the key implications for academic libraries.

In The Evolving Scholarly Record: Scope, Stakeholders and Stewardship webinar, Research Scientists Brian Lavoie and Constance Malpas will provide an overview of OCLC Research's recent work on the evolving scholarly record. They will discuss highlights from the reports The Evolving Scholarly Record and Stewardship of the Evolving Scholarly Record: From the Invisible Hand to Conscious Coordination, with special emphasis on the ways the scholarly record is changing in a digital, networked environment; how "consciously coordinated" stewardship models can support the long-term availability of an increasingly diverse, complex, and distributed scholarly record; and the important issues academic libraries will face in pursuing their traditional mission of securing the scholarly record in its fullest expression for future generations.

This webinar is free and open to all but advanced registration is required. The webinar recording and slides will be posted on this page following the event.

Register here to attend the webinar and to also receive notification when the recording is available.