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Assessing the Scholarly Communication Attitudes and Practices of Faculty: Lessons from a "Failed" Survey
INTRODUCTION This paper reports on a survey administered to faculty at Chapman University to assess their knowledge, attitudes, and practices with regard to scholarly communications, in order to help the new scholarly communications librarian plan appropriate library programs and services to meet faculty needs. DESCRIPTION OF PROGRAM The survey was adapted from the Institute on Scholarly Communications' "Faculty Involvement in Scholarly Communications Opportunity Assessment Instrument" for adoi:10.17613/m6xk4w fatcat:xkd5bwinc5b4fklx66ykqtkbl4