Libraries and research support in small and teaching-led universities: Contextual problems around nascent services in dynamic times

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Lightfoot, Carly and Sanders, Kevin 2017. Libraries and research support in small and teaching-led universities: Contextual problems around nascent services in dynamic times. SCONUL Focus. 70.
AuthorsLightfoot, Carly and Sanders, Kevin
Abstract

In recent years many academic libraries have been developing research
support services. Much of this has emerged in response to the increasing
demands and mandates of research funders to manage research data more
effectively and to make research publications openly available through either
gold or green open access (OA). The exciting prospect of helping to transform
research practices by ensuring that there is transparency, accountability
and reproducibility has also demonstrated a number of complexities and
problems for research support services. In this paper we shall discuss some
of the challenges and opportunities for libraries to engage substantively in
developing research support services for their higher educational institutions
(HEIs) and the wider communities they serve.

JournalSCONUL Focus
Journal citation70
ISSN1745-5790
Year2017
PublisherSociety of College, National and University Libraries (SCONUL)
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Web address (URL)https://www.sconul.ac.uk/sites/default/files/documents/68.Libraries%20and%20research%20support.pdf
Publication dates
Online04 Dec 2017
Publication process dates
Deposited07 Dec 2017
Accepted11 Sep 2017
Accepted11 Sep 2017
Copyright information© 2017 Lightfoot and Sanders
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