OCLC Workshop Series (Workshop 2) – Case studies in successful social interoperability
This workshop forms part of the OCLC-LIBER Workshop Series – ‘Building Strategic Relationships to Advance Open Scholarship at your Institution: Workshop Series on Social Interoperability’
WORKSHOP 2 (11 May 2021): Case studies in successful social interoperability. Register here.
The second session will examine strategies and tactics that can support successful social interoperability. Participants will discuss several case studies that exemplify successful cross-institutional collaboration in support of open scholarship in order to develop a shared understanding of both the ‘what’ and ‘how’ of relationship development/management.
- Social Interoperability in Research Support, pages 16-35
- Case studies from different national environments:
- “The Big Ask”: Securing Recurring Campus Funding for a Research Data Service at the University of Illinois
- Emerging Roles for Libraries in Bibliometric and Research Impact Analysis: Lessons Learned from the University of Waterloo
- Zeeland, Hilde Van, and Jacquelijn Ringersma. 2017. “The Development of a Research Data Policy at Wageningen University & Research: Best Practices as a Framework.” LIBER Quarterly 27 (1): 153–70. https://doi.org/10.18352/lq.10215.
Important note: You will need to register for all THREE sessions separately.