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Bosman & Kramer. 2015. 101 Innovations in Scholarly Communication: The Changing Research Workflow.

Back in October we asked you to take the 101 Innovations in Scholarly Communication survey. We still need graduate students and faculty to take this graphical survey; we'll use the data to help us improve our library services and resources. You have until February 10, 2016, to take this quick survey about the tools you use throughout your research process.

The survey authors provide updates about the results here. I can tell you that fewer than 200 JHU folks have taken the survey; as of October 31 over 5,000 researchers worldwide had participated in the survey.

To make sure the data get back to us, please use the links below to take the survey. We'll share the JHU data with the JHU community and produce a report about the data and how we intend to adapt library services.

About Robin Sinn

Robin is the Scholarly Communications Specialist at Sheridan Libraries, JHU. Metrics, academic publishing, discovery, repositories, and Open Science interest her.

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