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Scholarly Communications Core Competencies Task Force

Charge

To develop a statement for NASIG's endorsement that describes core competencies for librarians whose professional responsibilities include a large component of work in the highly collaborative environment related to digital scholarship and scholarly communications. The purpose of this/these statements is to provide librarian educators with a basis for developing curriculum with a specialized focus and to provide employers with a basis for describing these specialized positions and with criteria upon which to evaluate the performance of those who hold them. The statement will be based on current research and complement ALA's Core Competences for Librarianship. The statement will also be flexible enough to remain relevant in the face of constant change and advances in technology as it is applied to digital scholarship and scholarly communication.The Scholarly Communications Core Competencies Task Force will develop a statement for NASIG's endorsement that describes core competencies for librarians in scholarly communications.


Chair:  Andy Wesolek (Clemson University), 16/18

The task force seeks your input - send us your position description: publicist@nasig.org

Members:
Sara Bahnmaier (University of Michigan), 16/18
JasonBoczar (University of South Florida), 16/18
Rachel Miles (Kansas State University), 16/18
Char Simser (Kansas State University), 16/18
StephanieSpratt (University of Colorado at Colorado Springs), 16/18
Sarah Sutton (Emporia State University), 16/18
William Joseph Thomas (East Carolina University), 16/18

Board Liaison:

Betsy Appleton


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