The Scholarly Communication Committee supports ELD’s role as a proactive agent in facilitating change as this topic impacts engineering education. The working scope of scholarly communication includes intellectual property, publishing practices, economics, legislative action, technological developments, and academic expectations for promotion, tenure, research, and publication.
The duties of the Scholarly Communication committee shall include:
- Developing strategies and actions that will advance ELD’s efforts to facilitate change.
- Tracking and sharing local, national, and international developments within the broad area of scholarly communication, in particular those areas that directly impact engineering education, research, and libraries.
- Stimulating discussion, generating supporting material, and developing venues for communication and education.
- Coordinating ELD’s educative efforts in the area of scholarly communication, both within ELD and in the broader engineering education and engineering library community.
- Seeking collaborative ventures with other organizations.
- Exploring and identifying possible initiatives that ELD could either launch or support.
- Identifying potential faculty/college/school partnerships for demonstrations/discussions of alternatives to traditional scholarly communication venues.
- Advising the ELD Executive Committee on actions and initiatives that should be taken and resources needed.
- Acting as a resource to all of ASEE on questions regarding aspects of scholarly communication.
- Chair: Daniela Solomon, 2017-2019, email@example.com
- Members: Tony Aponte, Jay Bhatt, Mel DeSart, Julia Gelfand, Paula Johnson, Zachary Painter, Anna Sackman, Heidi Tebbe, Tom Volkening, Michael White, Lisa Dunn, Sylvia George-Williams, Marina Zhang
- Punch List of Best Practices for Electronic Resources (2005)
- Jill Dixon, Deborah Helman, Jody Hoesly, Sandy Tucker, Tom Volkening, Mike White
- ELD Google Scholar Profile
- Best Practices for Increasing the Visibility of an Individual (2019)