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Faculty Tenure & Promotion and the Role of Open Access

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Please join the 2019 Colorado Open Scholars Summit at the Auraria Library for a look at Openness in Tenure and Promotion. Register here!

What

Two panels discussing challenges in tenure and promotion within the current scholarly landscape and the role - or potential role - of open access within the tenure and promotion process.  Our panelists will be joining us virtually.

  • Panel 1: Research Realities in Tenure & Promotion. A general discussion on challenges within the Tenure & Promotion process. The panel focuses on evaluation of scholarly and creative output, with particular attention paid to disincentives, multidisciplinary scholarship, nontraditional scholarship, and the current scholarly landscape.  Patrick J. Burns, Carol Muñoz Nieves, Caitlin Pike, Joshua J. Thoms – Moderated by Cinthya Ippoliti
     
  •  Panel 2: Open Access & Equity in Tenure & Promotion. A discussion of Open Access publication and resources within Tenure & Promotion. The panel focuses on the topics of equity, prestige, and quality of scholarship, with particular focus on the effect of Open Access on these areas of T&P evaluation. Jessie Daniels, Christina Hendricks, Simine Vazire – Moderated by Melissa DeSantis
     
  • The panels will be followed by attendee break-out sessions and opportunities for discussion.

 When & Where

March 1st, 10:00-2:00 in the Auraria Library Collaborative Classroom, Room 116.  Snacks and beverages supplied.  You can also choose to attend virtually!

 

Questions?  Ellen.Metter@ucdenver.ed | Shea.Swauger@ucdenver.edu

 

Event Date

From: 03/01/2019 10:00 am

To: 03/01/2019 02:00 pm

Location: Classrooms

03/01/2019 10:00 am 03/01/2019 02:00 pm America/Denver Faculty Tenure & Promotion and the Role of Open Access For more event detail: https://library.auraria.edu/events/faculty-tenure-promotion-and-role-open-access Classrooms

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