SCP will be recognized as a preeminent voice
guiding the scholarly communication landscape toward greater
discoverability, dissemination, accessibility, & preservation
of scholarly resources
PROGRAM SUPPORT SERVICES
q IP rights
q Publishing options & OA
q Research impact
q Understanding landscape
q Improving landscape
Year 1 Priorities
1. OA publishing
2. IP rights
3. Aﬀordable course content
4. Program Website
5. Revise spec. coll. permissions policies
• Explore campus interest in a proﬁles system
By H. Zell - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=19861846
In Context: L. Littorea Larval Development
BioData Retrieval Invertebrate Results Data Set Description, https://aquatic.biodata.usgs.gov/previewData.action
Publishing Federally-Funded Data
By Glenda Green (Own work) [CC BY 3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0)], via Wikimedia Commons
Publishing & Licensing Non-Fed-Funded Data
Population Display Using Mapping Software
Chown (2012), http://journals.plos.org/plosbiology/article?id=10.1371/journal.pbio.1001232
Bjork, Roosr, & Lauri (2008). Global annual volume of peer reviewed scholarly articles and the share
available via diﬀerent open access options.
Borneman & Mutz (2014). Growth rates of modern science: a bibliogmetric analysis based on the number of
publications and cited references.
Ithaka S&R (2015). Faculty survey.
Jinha (2010). Article 50 Million: an Estimate of the Number of Scholarly Articles in Existence
Khabsa & Giles (2014). The number of scholarly documents on the public web.
Mulligan (2015). The Transformation of Scholarly Communications, Part 1
University of California (2015). Accountability Report.