Open Session: Empowering Scholarly Communication Transforms Societies


27 August 2018


Conference Hall 3


Session 163

Monday 27 August 2018 13:45-15:45


Scholarly Communication at the Crossroad: From Subscription to Open Access

Gayle Chan, University of Hong Kong Libraries


Exploring Bibliometric Mapping in NUS using BibExcel and VOSviewer

Irine Tanudjaja, National University of Singapore Libraries

Gerrie Kow Yu, National University of Singapore Libraries


Enhancing Scholarly Communication Through Institutional Repositories Salient Issues and Models by Libraries in Nigeria

Ngozi Ukachi, University of Lagos, Nigeria


Should OA Journals be Sealed? : Case of Journals in Thai-Journal Citation Index

Namtip Wipawin, Sukhothai Thammathirat Open University, Thailand

Chatree Wongkaew, King Mongkut’s University of Technology, Thailand

Juttharat Sarawanawong, Kasetsart University, Thailand


Skills and Competencies for Scholarly Communication: An Indian Perspective


Meghana Sanjeeva, Vivekanand Education Society's College of Arts Science & Commerce, India

Sushama Powdwal, Formerly with Shreemati Nathibai Damodar Thackersey Women's University, India


Open Access Books: an international collaboration to explore the practical implications for librarians of increasing access to scholarly research outputs

Neil Smyth, University of Nottingham, China

Sam Oakley, Swansea University, Singleton Campus, United Kingdom


Assessing the Competencies and Skills of Academic Librarians in Nigeria for Scholarly Communication

Ezra Shiloba Gbaje, Federal University Lokoja, Nigeria  

Sarah Dauda Yani, Federal University Lokoja, Nigeria

Imoisili Ojeime Odigie, Federal University Lokoja, Nigeria


Last update: 6 August 2018