The Scholarly Communications Officer is directly responsible for advocating for, supporting, and educating the campus community on issues related to scholarly communication, open access, and open education. This position serves as a central information resource for students, faculty, and staff on publication, impact metrics, copyright, open licensing, and open access and education. The Scholarly Communications Officer is fully engaged with students, faculty, and staff, providing relevant instruction, outreach, and support for scholarship. The Scholarly Communications Officer reports to the Director for Research Services and Information Literacy.
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