Visiting the 2022 Charleston Library Conference?
Taylor & Francis is pleased to announce our in-person attendance at the 2022 Charleston Library Conference this November. We will be showcasing our new and improved digital products that continue to make excellent resources and reference tools for any digital library.
Here are some reasons to connect with us in Charleston:
Vendor Showcase (Booth #100)
Learn about our new and enhanced digital products.
Event sponsored by Taylor & Francis Group.
Want to join us virtually?
Visit our virtual booth to browse brochures, videos , and join our virtual sessions!
Presented by: Emily Farrell (Taylor & Francis), Gene Springs (The Ohio State University Libraries), Maureen Walsh (The Ohio State University Libraries), and Amy Harris (The MIT Press)
Humanities and Social Sciences (HSS) researcher face particular roadblocks when pursuing open publishing due to lack of funding sources and support for journal articles and long-form monographs. This session will examine what challenges must still be overcome and next steps in supporting open research in HSS. Attendees will be challenged to think about how the can best serve their HSS researchers through varied models.
Presented by: Sarah Poppe (Taylor & Francis) and Emilie Littlehales (Taylor & Francis)
Taylor & Francis recently partnered with Choice on a new group of case studies and a live webinar (20 July 2022) that address how academic librarians at four different universities are actively collaborating with faculty on affordable textbook alternatives that greatly reduce costs for their students. Find out more about these studies and what they demonstrated at this poster session.
Presented by: Chasz Griego (Carnegie Mellon University Libraries) and Emily Farrell (Taylor & Francis)
In this session, the presenters will talk about two ways researchers are being supported in their open pathways: one from a university library, and one from a platform perspective. Both CMU and F1000 (part of the Taylor & Francis Group) will discuss the impact of these approaches on researchers and encourage attendees to rethink infrastructure and models which can ensure more open science and a greater impact for faculty.
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