Implementing DORA – A Librarian’s Perspective

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2019-08-21
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Brundy, Curtis
Associate University Librarian for Scholarly Communications and Collections
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The Iowa State University Library is active in national and international efforts to transform scholarly communications and, in the process, to advance our own land-grant mission to share the knowledge Iowa State creates with Iowa and the rest of the world. Our library is recognized for its work around transformative open access agreements that enable our researchers’ articles to be published openly. We have invested heavily in green open access as well as in staffing and infrastructure to support the sharing of research data. And we work closely with our campus partners to ensure Iowa State faculty have access to the tools and support services they need to produce and disseminate research of the highest quality and with the highest impact...

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This is a blog post published as Brundy, Curtis. “Implementing DORA – A Librarian's Perspective.” DORA, 21 Aug. 2019, sfdora.org/2019/08/21/implementing-dora-a-librarians-perspective/. Posted with permission.

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