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Scholarly communication continues to change, and this up-to-date, one-stop resource provides practicing and aspiring academic librarians with a comprehensive introduction to open access (the availability of free content online) and its impact on today’s library environment. Author Laura Bowering Mullen, a Behavioral Sciences Librarian at Rutgers University, New Jersey, pro Scholarly communication continues to change, and this up-to-date, one-stop resource provides practicing and aspiring academic librarians with a comprehensive introduction to open access (the availability of free content online) and its impact on today’s library environment. Author Laura Bowering Mullen, a Behavioral Sciences Librarian at Rutgers University, New Jersey, provides key insights into open access as it relates to practical changes in reference, collection development, subscription indexes and databases, preservation, faculty liaisons, Library and Information Science (LIS) literature, institutional repository issues, publishers, and potential new user services.


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Scholarly communication continues to change, and this up-to-date, one-stop resource provides practicing and aspiring academic librarians with a comprehensive introduction to open access (the availability of free content online) and its impact on today’s library environment. Author Laura Bowering Mullen, a Behavioral Sciences Librarian at Rutgers University, New Jersey, pro Scholarly communication continues to change, and this up-to-date, one-stop resource provides practicing and aspiring academic librarians with a comprehensive introduction to open access (the availability of free content online) and its impact on today’s library environment. Author Laura Bowering Mullen, a Behavioral Sciences Librarian at Rutgers University, New Jersey, provides key insights into open access as it relates to practical changes in reference, collection development, subscription indexes and databases, preservation, faculty liaisons, Library and Information Science (LIS) literature, institutional repository issues, publishers, and potential new user services.

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