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Cormie Proven Aucock & McNae - 600 years and not standing still: how one academic liaison team responds to the ever changing needs of the research community

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  • 1. 600 years and not standing still how one academic liaison team responds to the ever changing needs of the research communityHilda McNaeJackie ProvenJanet AucockVicki Cormie
  • 2. • University is 600 years old• Long history of research, especially in the sciences• Active increase in research in the 1980s• But consequential lack of funding in the support services until a few years ago
  • 3. New Academic Liaison Team Structure
  • 4. Sessions for interdisciplinary research teams Building on existingengagement and known queries
  • 5. Research support needs? Guidance pack
  • 6. Opportunities for discussion feedback and learning‘Teaching slide’, embedded in article
  • 7. Times change so must we
  • 8. Finding out what might workDeliver and Discuss Share and CollaborateResearch Policy Office - Internal and External Processes for theLibrary REF. REF module for CRIS (Current Research Information System)Library – Research Policy Experience of teaching bibliographicOffice management software, databases and bibliometrics.
  • 9. Journal Hosting Servicehttp://ojs.st-andrews.ac.uk/
  • 10. What has a Journal HostingService got to do with Information Literacy?
  • 11. What Next?• An increase in demand for training sessions on bibliometrics and SCOPUS• Supporting RPO and Schools as we get closer to 2014• Increasing emphasis on Managing Research Data – what role should Academic Liaison Team take• Another 600 years!
  • 12. Any questions?Hilda McNaeJackie ProvenJanet AucockVicki Cormie

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