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Developing careers in scholarly communications support: opportunities and challenges

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Anna Grigson London School of Economics and Political Science Helen Blanchett JiscSupporting scholarly communications activities is now a core part of many libraries’ mission. But it’s a fast-moving area – roles can be variable between different institutions, new skills sets and aptitudes are emerging. Established career paths for library staff are being disrupted, presenting both challenges and new opportunities. If you’re a new professional, what skills will you need to build a career and what are the possible career opportunities? If you’re a manager, what skills will you need in your staff, and how can these be developed? This session will outline the current state of skills development and training in scholarly communications support within university libraries, and the work being done to coordinate activity across the community by universities a range of professional associations including UKSG, Jisc, SCONUL, RLUK, UKCoRR, ARMA, Vitae, Cilip and the British Library. It will be an interactive workshop, and attendees will be encouraged to reflect on progress to date and help shape future activities

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Developing careers in scholarly communications support: opportunities and challenges

  1. 1. Helen Blanchett Scholarly communications subject specialist, Jisc helen.blanchett@jisc.ac.uk Anna Grigson Head of Content and Discovery, LSE Education Officer, UKSG a.c.grigson@lse.ac.uk RLUK Conference, 15 March 2018 Developing careers in scholarly communications support Opportunities and challenges
  2. 2. Research Support Open Access Copyright and Licensing Bibliometrics and Impact Assessment Repositories Research Data Management Publishing Services RLUK Conference, 15 March 2018 What is scholarly communications support? UKSG Annual Conference, April 2019
  3. 3. Employers We’re all chasing a few experienced staff RLUK Conference, 15 March 2018 What is the challenge in scholarly communications support? UKSG Annual Conference, April 2019 Early career professionals Difficult to find experience and training Skills gap
  4. 4. SC3: Scholarly Communications Competencies Coalition • What jobs are out there, and what do they do? • What are the skills needed? • How can we support skills development? UKSG Annual Conference, April 2019
  5. 5. RLUK Conference, 15 March 2018 What jobs are out there? UKSG Annual Conference, April 2019
  6. 6. RLUK Conference, 15 March 2018 What skills are needed? UKSG Annual Conference, April 2019 CILIP Professional Knowledge and Skills Base (PKSB)
  7. 7. RLUK Conference, 15 March 2018 What skills are needed? UKSG Annual Conference, April 2019
  8. 8. 1. Select the competencies which you think are required for the role 2. Grade each selected competency as either: • Entry level (green) • Core level (red) • Specialist level (blue) 3. If you think there are any competencies missing, write them in at the bottom RLUK Conference, 15 March 2018 Activity 1 UKSG Annual Conference, April 2019
  9. 9. Think about the experience that could be used to demonstrate selected competencies – especially ‘equivalent experience’ or transferable knowledge Write examples onto post-it notes. RLUK Conference, 15 March 2018 Activity 2 UKSG Annual Conference, April 2019
  10. 10. More about SC3 www.ukcorr.org/partnerships • Blogs about our activities • Research we have done • Resources about the experience of working in scholarly communications UKSG Annual Conference, April 2019
  11. 11. Nancy Pontika, Skills and knowledge for scholarly communication roles (2019) https://www.slideshare.net/JISC/skills-and-knowledge-for-scholarly-communication-roles NASIG Core Competencies for Scholarly Communication Librarians (2017) http://www.nasig.org/site_page.cfm?pk_association_webpage_menu=310&pk_association_webpage=9435 COAR Competencies for E-Research and Scholarly Communication (2016) https://www.coar-repositories.org/activities/support-and-training/task-force-competencies/ Lis-Bibliometrics Competencies for Bibliometrics (2017) https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/0961000617728111 RLUK Conference, 15 March 2018 More about competency maps and job analysis UKSG Annual Conference, April 2019

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