Monday, July 6, 2015

Case Study No. 2069: Maureen P. Walsh

Maureen Walsh, Ohio State's Institutional Repository Services Librarian
Maureen Walsh, University Libraries' Institutional Repository Services Librarian, talks about her work and how she can help researchers and scholars organize and share their work with a worldwide audience.
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[scene opens with a female librarian (brown hair, glasses, grey blouse, black skirt) speaking directly to the camera]
MAUREEN WALSH: I work with researchers and scholars across campus to help organize and describe their works, and make them openly available to a worldwide audience.
[cut to the librarian helping a female professor at her computer]
MAUREEN WALSH: [in voice over] This year, we are celebrating the tenth anniversary of the Knowledge Bank, the Ohio State University's open access repository. Over the last ten years, we have been fortunate to have worked with over eighty partners.
[cut back to the librarian speaking directly to the camera]
MAUREEN WALSH: To make their scholarship openly available to the world via the Knowledge Bank.
[cut to the librarian sitting in the library and smiling for the camera]
MAUREEN WALSH: [in voice over] I'm Maureen. I'm the Institutional Repository Services Librarian ...
[cut back to the librarian speaking directly to the camera]
MAUREEN WALSH: And I would be happy to help you.

Maureen Walsh
Institutional Repository Services Librarian
walsh.260 [at] osu dot edu
Phone Number: 614-292-3330

18th Avenue Library
175 W. 18th Avenue
Columbus, OH 43210



6th Annual Knowledge Bank Users Group Meeting
June 19, 2014 / Maureen P. Walsh

On May 13, 2014, thirty-four faculty and staff from around The Ohio State University joined the Knowledge Bank team in the Thompson Library for the Sixth Annual Knowledge Bank Users Group Meeting. Participants included long-standing and established partners as well as new partners of our institutional repository and publishing programs.

This year we celebrated the tenth anniversary of the Knowledge Bank. The meeting included a retrospective of the past ten years of the Knowledge Bank, an update on the publishing program and Open Access mandates, and an interactive program focused on the Libraries' research services. The presentation slides from the meeting are available via the Knowledge Bank.

The Knowledge Bank team would like to take this opportunity to say thank you to all of our partners for making this year's event a huge success. The continued participation and input from our partners is invaluable to us and we appreciate the opportunity to gather as a group to talk about our goals and accomplishments.

If you have comments about this year's meeting, or suggestions for next year, please let us know.

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