Volume 31, Number 1 May 2012
Monday November 20th 2017

21st Century Scholarship@Hunter

This year Hunter began its 21st Century Scholarship @ Hunter College Libraries series, presentations and workshops focusing on the changing nature of scholarship in the 21st century.  The series is designed to bring together researchers, librarians, and administrators to create a community of research practitioners for the discovery, exploration, and utilization of the newest topics, tools, and techniques of contemporary scholarship.

Our April 25  Institutional Repositories & CUNY: Present Use & Future Promise focused on the ways CUNY institutions are using institutional repositories, exploring how these repositories can be used to preserve and distribute scholarship and how institutional repositories may affect research and scholarly communication.

This event featured Steven Ovadia (LaGuardia) presenting on his library’s use of CUNY DSpace; Lee Hachadorian (Center for Urban Research) on “Open Access, Open Everything: Why I chose to Deposit My Dissertation OA” and Maura Smale (City Tech) on potential CUNY-wide institutional repositories and open access.

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