UTFA Workshop – Monday May 2, 2011. Mark your calendars!

Please join us in a workshop on digital scholarship and the promotion and tenure process. The internet and digital scholarship is an integral component of academic life. University hiring, tenure and promotion processes have depended on the quality control provided by publishers and printed scholarship. Today, however, the issues of legitimacy in scholarly communication have shifted, changed and are being reconsidered by librarians, scholars and publishers. How is the University of Toronto addressing these issues in our promotion and tenure process? Have we identified all the relevant issues for librarians and faculty? Come and share your expertise with us. Registration information will be distributed in the near future. In the meantime, mark your calendars.

Date: Monday, May 2, 2011

Place: The Faculty Club, 41 Willcocks Street, main dining room

Time: 12-1pm, lunch and registration; 1-4 pm workshop

Program: Keynote Speaker, Dr. Peter Simpson, Assistant Executive Director, Canadian Association of University Teachers (CAUT) with contributions from the following panelists:

Dr. Grace Bradley, Associate Prof., Oral Pathology and Oral Medicine; Dr. Leslie Chan, Senior Lecturer, New Media Studies and IDS Social Sciences, UTSC; Rea Devakos, Librarian, Coordinator, Scholarly Communications; Prof. Frances Garret, Associate Professor, Tibetan and Buddhist Studies, Dept. for the Study of Religion.

This workshop is organized by UTFA.

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