Scholarly Communications Interest Group

Scholarly communications covers a broad range of activities, including the discovery, collection, organization, evaluation, interpretation, and preservation of primary and other sources of information, and the publication and dissemination of scholarly research. As these issues become increasingly important to our members, ASERL’s Scholarly Communications Interest Group strives to support the development of such initiatives  through the provision of education and training resources and fostering a network of colleagues who share similar interests and needs.

The ASERL Scholarly Communication Interest Group is currently led by co-chairs Molly Keener (Scholarly Communications Librarian, Wake Forest University) and Andrew Wesolek (Head of Digital Scholarship, Clemson University Libraries).

REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN for two in-person conferences for ASERL members to be held in April 2018 in Atlanta:

These events are open to ASERL members only.  Any ASERL member can register for the Intersections workshop; participants in the Library Liaison Institute must be nominated by the library dean/director as part of a 2-3 person team. Registration for both events closes on March 16, 2018, or when space is filled.  Click on links above for more information about each event.


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ASERL Scholarly Communications Interest Group Activities