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Scholarly Communication Brown Bag Series


Scholarly Communication Brown Bag Series for Librarians and Library Staff 

From May to August, the Scholarly Communications Office will offer a series of Brown-Bag Discussions for librarians and library staff on topics pertaining to Scholarly Communication. The brown-bag series will be led by Yuan Li, Scholarly Communications Librarian, and aims to help librarians and library staff better understand changes and issues in Scholarly Communication, the current practice/implementation at Princeton, new models of publishing, and the future roles for libraries, librarians and library staff. This will be an opportunity to learn from peers and to be prepared for new roles coming your way in the near future.    

Location: Multi-Purpose room at Firestone

Dates: May 13th, June 10th, July 15th, and August 12th

Time: 12:00PM – 1:00PM

Format: 15-20 minutes presentation in the beginning followed by 40-45 minutes discussion  


May 13th: The Overview: Scholarly Communication and the Importance of Open Access

June 10th: Open Access Policy Implementation at Princeton: Progress, Workflow, and New Roles for Librarians and Library Staff

July 15th: New Models for Publishing

August 12th: The Future Roles of Libraries, Librarians, and Library Staff


Cookies and Water will be provided! 

Any questions can be addressed to Scholarly Communications Office at


Scholarly Communication Brown Bag Series Planning Committee:

Andrea Baruzzi, Wayne Bivens-Tatum, Rebecca Friedman, David Hollander, Yuan Li