Today American Lawyer posted an article about what the author described as a "growing trend in law library outsourcing." Nuance doesn’t grab headlines, and this article raises more questions than it answers.
Valparaiso Law School is hardly the first to feel the pain of falling student applications, but as the subject of a recent profile in the New York Times, its troubles may be the most well-known. In February, the northwest Indiana institution announced it was going to reduce its faculty and class sizes in response to fewer lawyers finding jobs and fewer students wanting to get a J.D. Valparaiso offered buyouts to all tenured faculty members. The harsh spotlight was on Valparaiso again when The Gray . . .
July 15, 2016 - Legal Information Librarian / Lecturer in Law - The Legal Information Librarian participates as a member of the professional Education & Reference (“E&R”) team to provide research and technology...
Gettysburg College’s Musselman Library seeks a motivated and engaged individual for the Scholarly Communications Assistant position. The position provides critical support for the library’s scholarly communication program, which is built on the foundation of our institutional repository (The Cupola: Scholarship at Gettysburg College). Primary duties include creating metadata and uploading content to The Cupola, corresponding with campus authors and publishers regarding copyright permissions, and working with editors of journals published on The Cupola platform. Strong communication skills, acute attention to detail, and a collegial work style are essential. The Scholarly Communications Assistant will:
• manage workflows for processing new publications, presentations, and creative activities from faculty and student authors/creators; • research copyright permissions and communicate with publishers and copyright holders regarding permissions; • assign metadata and upload content into institutional repository; • train and oversee student editors of journals hosted in Gettysburg’s institutional repository and support them as needed, and perform quality control checks as each issue is finished; • support the College Authors Reception event; and • provide support for outreach activities (such as Open Access Week) and assist with planning of library events related to student scholarship.
The successful applicant will actively contribute to a dynamic organization where every staff member makes a difference. This position reports to the Assistant Dean and Director of Scholarly Communications.
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