“Demonstrated knowledge of institutional repositories.
Serve as a resource on issues and trends relevant to copyright/fair use and scholarly communication.
Review license agreements for information resources and maintain licenses for record keeping purposes.
Develop strategic relationships with campus community members to inform, support, and advance the scholarly communication program’s goals.
Support the Libraries’ institutional repository.
Engage and partner with subject librarians to design and deliver educational programs to faculty and campus units about copyright and scholarly communication. Develop relevant trainings, guides and tools for library and campus constituencies.
Establish and support mechanisms to assist faculty with publishing choices, publishing agreements, management of copyright and intellectual property, and compliance with funder requirements.
Set goals for scholarly communication initiatives.
Lead and participate in committees, task forces, and strategic projects.
Monitor national scholarly communication trends and issues, and inform library and university constituents to ensure full benefits of the dynamic scholarly communication system….”