Libraries in The Scholarly Communications Ecosystem, SSP Early Profession Improvement Podcast Ep 9

Be part of hosts Meredith Adinolfi (Cell Press) and Sara Grimme (Digital Science) for the ninth episode of SSP’s Early Profession Improvement Podcast. Together with Open Entry & Analysis and Publishing Advisor Aysa Ekanger (College Library of Tromsø, UiT The Arctic College of Norway) and Analysis Influence & Open Scholarship Librarian Willa Tavernier (Herman B. Wells Library, Indiana College Bloomington), they talk about what libraries imply to the scholarly communications ecosystem.

Aysa and Willa cowl the fundamentals of what libraries do, why they’re important to the analysis course of and output, the connection between libraries and publishers, and actions that may positively have an effect on this relationship. Threaded via the dialogue, listeners will be aware the recurring emphasis on open entry and open science, DEIA (variety, fairness, inclusion, and accessibility), and the folks, associations, and coalitions who assist the work of libraries and their broader influence on scholarship.

We encourage our listeners to take a look at the beneath assets that Aysa and Willa reference within the episode:

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SSP’s Profession Improvement Committee launched its first podcast collection in 2019 to supply recommendation and dialogue on how early profession publishing professionals can add to their ability units, develop networks, and make the most of new alternatives. As well as, the collection presents interviews and insights from skilled professionals on navigating one’s profession in a various and ever-changing panorama of scholarly communications. If in case you have any suggestions for the hosts, creators, or future episodes, please e-mail

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