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Title: Serveis de Biblioteca per a revistes acadèmiques universitàries
Author: Boixadera Ibern, Maria
Riera Quintero, Clara
Others: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya. Biblioteca
Keywords: scholarly journals
UOC Library
editorial quality
indexing
visibility
scholarly publications librarian
Periodicals
Issue Date: Mar-2018
Citation: Jornades catalanes d'informació i documentació, Barcelona, 10 i 11 de maig, 2018
Abstract: Management of the UOC's scholarly journals was centralized in the Library and Learning Resources department in 2016. Since then, the research support services team has put together a specific catalogue of services to support the journals' editorial teams. The aim is to contribute to the editorial quality and excellence of the publications, while boosting the journals' levels of visibility and internationalization. University libraries can make important contributions to improving the quality of scholarly journals through a series of actions and services. To be able to offer these services, library staff need to have new competencies and skills regarding editorial coordination, national and international quality standards, or publishing platforms, among other aspects. This catalogue of services was put together along three lines: analysis of the support services already available at the UOC, requirements gathering through interviews with the various editorial teams and, lastly, analysis of what other Catalan, European and US universities do. Following their roll-out at the UOC, it has become clear that these services could be extrapolated to any university library that might wish to support its scholarly journals.
Language: Catalan
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10609/77610
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