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.

Committee Chairs

The ASERL Scholarly Communication Interest Group is currently led by co-chairs:

Copyright Office Hours

Copyright questions from ASERL members may be submitted anonymously ahead of time.

Dec16

What's new in ASERL's Scholarly Communications Interest Group? 

Mariann Samuel looking to the side with pottery in a cabinet behind her.

Five Questions with Mariann Samuel

Mariann Samuel is the Head of Scholarly Communication, Copyright, and Science Collections at the University of Georgia. We asked her “Five Questions” to learn more about her and her role. 1.

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Five Questions with Jeanne Hoover

Jeanne Hoover is the Head of Scholarly Communication at East Carolina University. She recently took part in our “Five Questions” series to tell us about her role. 1. Describe your

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Mariann Samuel looking to the side with pottery in a cabinet behind her.

Five Questions with Mariann Samuel

Mariann Samuel is the Head of Scholarly Communication, Copyright, and Science Collections at the University of Georgia. We asked her “Five Questions” to learn more about her and her role. 1.

Read More »

Five Questions with Jeanne Hoover

Jeanne Hoover is the Head of Scholarly Communication at East Carolina University. She recently took part in our “Five Questions” series to tell us about her role. 1. Describe your

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