SUNYConnect Documents and Presentations

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Presentations, documents, training guides, etc. related to the SUNYConnect initiative are stored in this collection. These materials have been submitted by members of SUNY's Office of Library and Information Services


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    Introduction to the SUNY Open Access Repository
    (2020-10) Zajkowski, Maureen
    This is an introduction to the recently developed SUNY Open Access Repository or SOAR. It was established to showcase scholarly and creative works of faculty and students across SUNY campuses. This was in response to the SUNY Board of Trustees March 2018 Open Access Resolution that State Operated campuses develop Open Access policies which included a provision that every SUNY faculty member and student have access to an open access scholarly repository. It includes links to the SOAR content guidelines, approved campus Open Access policies, and other SUNY campus repositories. The slides also present functionality such as embedded videos that can be activated from the item record, export options for search results, ability to include ORCID persistent digital identifiers for authors, alt metrics and Scopus data when available and statistics on communities, collections, and item use. There are also links to additional documentation and how to get started guides.
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    Libraries, Research, and Repositories
    (2019-06-14) Gardner-Athey, Karen; McBride, Mark; Zajkowski, Maureen
    Presentation given June 14, 2019 at the SUNY Librarians Association Annual Conference. Topics reviewed the SUNY Digital Repository, Open Access Policies, strategies to address immediate needs during 2019/2020 and future considerations.
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    SUNY Digital Repository: An Overview
    (2013-03-05) Schumacher, John
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    SUNY's Digital Repositories and Open Access
    (2010-05-24T17:24:30Z) Schumacher, John
    State University of New York's Office of Library and Information Services and librarians from the four SUNY university centers are working together to explore opportunities for collaboration in their efforts to utilize digital repositories to support open access to SUNY produced scholarly materials. This presentation describes the activities to date, the plans for the coming year, and how what they are doing will impact you, your campus and the university.
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    NIH Open Access Mandate and Implications for SUNY Researchers
    (2008-05-16T14:37:17Z) Schumacher, John
    This paper provides an overview of the National Institutes of Health public access policy. The NIH mandate requires researchers receiving NIH funding to submit their peer-reviewed, edited manuscripts to NIH's digital archive, PubMed Central. The content must be made freely available within 12 months of publication. Information about complying with the policy is provided. Details related to services available to SUNY authors are also included. (Paper presented at CIT 2008 conference - May 28-30, 2008)