How a Unified Research Platform Can Improve the Efficiency of Academic Libraries
Reprinted with permission from Library Journal.
England’s Lancaster University is one of the top 10 research institutions in the United Kingdom and among the top 150 worldwide. To maintain the university’s status as a premier research institution, the Lancaster University Library supports the efforts of some 1,200 faculty members throughout the research lifecycle, says Masud Khokhar, assistant director of digital innovation and research services.
For instance, Khokhar says, library staff increasingly help faculty design compelling research questions. They write Data Management Plans (DMPs) for grant applications. They help preserve research assets and ensure that metadata are applied consistently to those assets. They advise faculty on the publication of research results. They manage Article Processing Charges (APCs) for open access publications. And they help measure the impact of the university’s research outputs.
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