臺北醫學大學圖書館學術傳播服務之推動與成果

Translated title of the contribution: Implementation and Outcomes of Scholarly Communication Services in Taipei Medical University Library

邱 子恒, 蕭 淑媛

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Abstract

In the year of 2009, the Taipei Medical University Library (TMUL) set up the TMU Institutional repository(IR) and began to promote concepts of scholarly communication in the campus and three affiliated hospitals. Since then, the TMU Academic Hub has been established, a scholarly communicate librarian has been appointed and a new Knowledge Service Sector has also been formed for more than ten years. This article describes the process and outcomes of implementing scholarly communication services of TMUL. We first discussed related concepts such as Open Access Journals (OAJ) and Article Processing Charge (APC), and also reviewed the relevant researches. In Oct.- Nov. 2017, we conducted a survey to researchers of the whole university system, and received valid questionnaires from 129 TMU faculties and 188 affiliated hospitals researchers. Then we analyzed their behaviors and attitudes of submitting articles toward OAJs. Based on the results, we systematically planned the scholarly communication services for them. At the end of the article, we introduce outcomes and picture the future action plan. It is the authors' hope that the experiences in the study could serve as reference for other academic libraries.
Translated title of the contributionImplementation and Outcomes of Scholarly Communication Services in Taipei Medical University Library
Original languageChinese (Traditional)
Pages (from-to)174-209
Number of pages36
Journal圖資與檔案學刊
Issue number97
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Dec 15 2020

Keywords

  • Scholarly communication
  • Institutional Repository
  • Open Access Journals (OAJs)
  • Article processing charge (APC)
  • Academic library
  • Questionnaire survey

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