Scholarly Communications Core Competencies Task Force Seeking Input

Illinois Association of College & Research Libraries Forum (IACRL)

April 8, 2016

(via Leigh Ann DePope, Publicist at NASIG, Inc.)
The NASIG (formerly, the North American Serials Interest Group) Executive Board has charged a task force with developing a statement describing core competencies for librarians whose professional responsibilities include activities related to digital scholarship and scholarly communications. The Scholarly Communications Core Competencies Task Force seeks your input. Part of our process includes analyzing job advertisements which we collect from various lists and websites. However, we also want to review actual job descriptions from those of you in the trenches. If your job is, or has components of, digital scholarship or scholarly communications, please consider sending us your current job description.
Position descriptions may be sent as attachments or copied into the text of an email and sent to For additional information about the task force charge, please click here.

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