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OSU Libraries’ Library Faculty Association is pleased to invite you to the February Library Faculty Association Seminar Series. Jane Nichols, Digital Humanities and Collection Development Librarian at OSULP and John Russell, Scholarly Communications Librarian at University of Oregon will present “Digital Humanities: Initiating Efforts”

 Summary: The rise of Digital Humanities (DH) has captured academe’s attention, presenting scholars and librarians with new opportunities for teaching and research. Some institutions have responded by establishing centers, while others are just beginning to consider roles and activities they will take. This seminar will outline what is meant by DH; briefly share OSU faculty and graduate student interest in DH; discuss initial efforts at OSU and UO and consider future roles and activities libraries can play in this dynamic arena on campus. Attendees will leave with a better understanding of Digital Humanities and options for engagement. Please join us!

When: Friday, February 14, 2014, Time: 10:00-11:30 a.m.

 Where: Valley Library 3622, Willamette Industries Seminar Rooms, Oregon State University, Corvallis campus.  (http://osulibrary.oregonstate.edu/visit)

 For further information contact Amanda Whitmire at amanda.whitmire@oregonstate.edu or 541-737-3133.

OSU Libraries’ Library Faculty Association is pleased to invite you to the February Library Faculty Association Seminar Series. Jane Nichols, Digital Humanities and Collection Development Librarian at OSULP and John Russell, Scholarly Communications Librarian at University of Oregon will present “Digital Humanities: Initiating Efforts”

 Summary: The rise of Digital Humanities (DH) has captured academe’s attention, presenting scholars and librarians with new opportunities for teaching and research. Some institutions have responded by establishing centers, while others are just beginning to consider roles and activities they will take. This seminar will outline what is meant by DH; briefly share OSU faculty and graduate student interest in DH; discuss initial efforts at OSU and UO and consider future roles and activities libraries can play in this dynamic arena on campus. Attendees will leave with a better understanding of Digital Humanities and options for engagement. Please join us!

When: Friday, February 14, 2014, Time: 10:00-11:30 a.m.

 Where: Valley Library 3622, Willamette Industries Seminar Rooms, Oregon State University, Corvallis campus.  (http://osulibrary.oregonstate.edu/visit)

 For further information contact Amanda Whitmire at amanda.whitmire@oregonstate.edu or 541-737-3133.

OSU Libraries’ Library Faculty Association is pleased to invite you to the February Library Faculty Association Seminar Series. Jane Nichols, Digital Humanities and Collection Development Librarian at OSULP and John Russell, Scholarly Communications Librarian at University of Oregon will present “Digital Humanities: Initiating Efforts”

 Summary: The rise of Digital Humanities (DH) has captured academe’s attention, presenting scholars and librarians with new opportunities for teaching and research. Some institutions have responded by establishing centers, while others are just beginning to consider roles and activities they will take. This seminar will outline what is meant by DH; briefly share OSU faculty and graduate student interest in DH; discuss initial efforts at OSU and UO and consider future roles and activities libraries can play in this dynamic arena on campus. Attendees will leave with a better understanding of Digital Humanities and options for engagement. Please join us!

When: Friday, February 14, 2014, Time: 10:00-11:30 a.m.

 Where: Valley Library 3622, Willamette Industries Seminar Rooms, Oregon State University, Corvallis campus.  (http://osulibrary.oregonstate.edu/visit)

 For further information contact Amanda Whitmire at amanda.whitmire@oregonstate.edu or 541-737-3133.

OSU Libraries’ Library Faculty Association is pleased to invite you to the February Library Faculty Association Seminar Series. Jane Nichols, Digital Humanities and Collection Development Librarian at OSULP and John Russell, Scholarly Communications Librarian at University of Oregon will present “Digital Humanities: Initiating Efforts”

 Summary: The rise of Digital Humanities (DH) has captured academe’s attention, presenting scholars and librarians with new opportunities for teaching and research. Some institutions have responded by establishing centers, while others are just beginning to consider roles and activities they will take. This seminar will outline what is meant by DH; briefly share OSU faculty and graduate student interest in DH; discuss initial efforts at OSU and UO and consider future roles and activities libraries can play in this dynamic arena on campus. Attendees will leave with a better understanding of Digital Humanities and options for engagement. Please join us!

When: Friday, February 14, 2014, Time: 10:00-11:30 a.m.

 Where: Valley Library 3622, Willamette Industries Seminar Rooms, Oregon State University, Corvallis campus.  (http://osulibrary.oregonstate.edu/visit)

 For further information contact Amanda Whitmire at amanda.whitmire@oregonstate.edu or 541-737-3133.

OSU Libraries’ Library Faculty Association is pleased to invite you to the February Library Faculty Association Seminar Series. Jane Nichols, Digital Humanities and Collection Development Librarian at OSULP and John Russell, Scholarly Communications Librarian at University of Oregon will present “Digital Humanities: Initiating Efforts”

 Summary: The rise of Digital Humanities (DH) has captured academe’s attention, presenting scholars and librarians with new opportunities for teaching and research. Some institutions have responded by establishing centers, while others are just beginning to consider roles and activities they will take. This seminar will outline what is meant by DH; briefly share OSU faculty and graduate student interest in DH; discuss initial efforts at OSU and UO and consider future roles and activities libraries can play in this dynamic arena on campus. Attendees will leave with a better understanding of Digital Humanities and options for engagement. Please join us!

When: Friday, February 14, 2014, Time: 10:00-11:30 a.m.

 Where: Valley Library 3622, Willamette Industries Seminar Rooms, Oregon State University, Corvallis campus.  (http://osulibrary.oregonstate.edu/visit)

 For further information contact Amanda Whitmire at amanda.whitmire@oregonstate.edu or 541-737-3133.

In addition to providing support for the Oregon State University Open Access Policy, which requires the deposit of author accepted manuscript versions of new faculty articles to the ScholarsArchive@OSU institutional repository, Oregon State University Libraries and Press provides financial support for authors interested in publishing their articles in open access journals. The Libraries has entered agreements with PeerJ to make open access publishing options more affordable for OSU authors, reducing cost barriers for OSU faculty.

PeerJ is a relatively new open access publisher, created by one of the founders of the Public Library of Science (PLoS). It operates a peer-reviewed journal and a preprint server, covering the biological and health sciences. All articles published in PeerJ are immediately and freely accessible on the web. Instead of paying Article Processing Charges, authors purchase publication plans for a nominal fee, which provide them with the lifetime ability to publish papers with PeerJ at no further cost. Nature has described PeerJ as a “significant innovation” and it has won several industry awards in the last year. OSU Libraries has prepaid for publication plans for OSU researchers who have an article accepted by PeerJ. Authors gain this plan at the point of acceptance of their manuscript, and the plan is good for the remainder of their career. For more information about this benefit, please see: http://peerj.com/institutions/19/oregon-state-university.

Contact Michael Boock in the Center for Digital Scholarship and Services for more information: michael.boock@oregonstate.edu.

In addition to providing support for the Oregon State University Open Access Policy, which requires the deposit of author accepted manuscript versions of new faculty articles to the ScholarsArchive@OSU institutional repository, Oregon State University Libraries and Press provides financial support for authors interested in publishing their articles in open access journals. The Libraries has entered agreements with PeerJ to make open access publishing options more affordable for OSU authors, reducing cost barriers for OSU faculty.

PeerJ is a relatively new open access publisher, created by one of the founders of the Public Library of Science (PLoS). It operates a peer-reviewed journal and a preprint server, covering the biological and health sciences. All articles published in PeerJ are immediately and freely accessible on the web. Instead of paying Article Processing Charges, authors purchase publication plans for a nominal fee, which provide them with the lifetime ability to publish papers with PeerJ at no further cost. Nature has described PeerJ as a “significant innovation” and it has won several industry awards in the last year. OSU Libraries has prepaid for publication plans for OSU researchers who have an article accepted by PeerJ. Authors gain this plan at the point of acceptance of their manuscript, and the plan is good for the remainder of their career. For more information about this benefit, please see: http://peerj.com/institutions/19/oregon-state-university.

Contact Michael Boock in the Center for Digital Scholarship and Services for more information: michael.boock@oregonstate.edu.

In addition to providing support for the Oregon State University Open Access Policy, which requires the deposit of author accepted manuscript versions of new faculty articles to the ScholarsArchive@OSU institutional repository, Oregon State University Libraries and Press provides financial support for authors interested in publishing their articles in open access journals. The Libraries has entered agreements with PeerJ to make open access publishing options more affordable for OSU authors, reducing cost barriers for OSU faculty.

PeerJ is a relatively new open access publisher, created by one of the founders of the Public Library of Science (PLoS). It operates a peer-reviewed journal and a preprint server, covering the biological and health sciences. All articles published in PeerJ are immediately and freely accessible on the web. Instead of paying Article Processing Charges, authors purchase publication plans for a nominal fee, which provide them with the lifetime ability to publish papers with PeerJ at no further cost. Nature has described PeerJ as a “significant innovation” and it has won several industry awards in the last year. OSU Libraries has prepaid for publication plans for OSU researchers who have an article accepted by PeerJ. Authors gain this plan at the point of acceptance of their manuscript, and the plan is good for the remainder of their career. For more information about this benefit, please see: http://peerj.com/institutions/19/oregon-state-university.

Contact Michael Boock in the Center for Digital Scholarship and Services for more information: michael.boock@oregonstate.edu.

In addition to providing support for the Oregon State University Open Access Policy, which requires the deposit of author accepted manuscript versions of new faculty articles to the ScholarsArchive@OSU institutional repository, Oregon State University Libraries and Press provides financial support for authors interested in publishing their articles in open access journals. The Libraries has entered agreements with PeerJ to make open access publishing options more affordable for OSU authors, reducing cost barriers for OSU faculty.

PeerJ is a relatively new open access publisher, created by one of the founders of the Public Library of Science (PLoS). It operates a peer-reviewed journal and a preprint server, covering the biological and health sciences. All articles published in PeerJ are immediately and freely accessible on the web. Instead of paying Article Processing Charges, authors purchase publication plans for a nominal fee, which provide them with the lifetime ability to publish papers with PeerJ at no further cost. Nature has described PeerJ as a “significant innovation” and it has won several industry awards in the last year. OSU Libraries has prepaid for publication plans for OSU researchers who have an article accepted by PeerJ. Authors gain this plan at the point of acceptance of their manuscript, and the plan is good for the remainder of their career. For more information about this benefit, please see: http://peerj.com/institutions/19/oregon-state-university.

Contact Michael Boock in the Center for Digital Scholarship and Services for more information: michael.boock@oregonstate.edu.

In addition to providing support for the Oregon State University Open Access Policy, which requires the deposit of author accepted manuscript versions of new faculty articles to the ScholarsArchive@OSU institutional repository, Oregon State University Libraries and Press provides financial support for authors interested in publishing their articles in open access journals. The Libraries has entered agreements with PeerJ to make open access publishing options more affordable for OSU authors, reducing cost barriers for OSU faculty.

PeerJ is a relatively new open access publisher, created by one of the founders of the Public Library of Science (PLoS). It operates a peer-reviewed journal and a preprint server, covering the biological and health sciences. All articles published in PeerJ are immediately and freely accessible on the web. Instead of paying Article Processing Charges, authors purchase publication plans for a nominal fee, which provide them with the lifetime ability to publish papers with PeerJ at no further cost. Nature has described PeerJ as a “significant innovation” and it has won several industry awards in the last year. OSU Libraries has prepaid for publication plans for OSU researchers who have an article accepted by PeerJ. Authors gain this plan at the point of acceptance of their manuscript, and the plan is good for the remainder of their career. For more information about this benefit, please see: http://peerj.com/institutions/19/oregon-state-university.

Contact Michael Boock in the Center for Digital Scholarship and Services for more information: michael.boock@oregonstate.edu.

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