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The content is originally created and designed to reflect my scholarly output in the field of librarianship. My research interests are primarily focused on issues related to Open Access, scholarly publishing, copyright, and collection development. I am a Library Information Specialist--Lead with Arizona State University.


A book review appearing in the periodical "Endnotes: The Journal of the New Members Round Table." The book is "Becoming an Embedded Librarian: Making Connections in the Classroom by Michelle Reale.

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Arougheti, Stephen
Created Date
2016-06

Limiting the immediate access to content, embargoes are designed by publishers to ensure the economic sustainability of their business by requiring users to rely on the purchase of licensing agreements via subscription models. Comparatively, Open Access models which eliminate traditional pay-walls, are gaining prominence for immediate access and reduction of copyright barriers between readers and articles. Wishing to facilitate expanded access to scientific research, the White House sought to implement policy for the timely release of government funded research to the public. For proponents of Open Access, legislation by the House of Representatives in the FIRST Act imposed significant barriers …

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Arougheti, Stephen
Created Date
2014-12

Keeping Up With… is an online current awareness publication from the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) featuring concise briefs on trends in academic librarianship and higher education. Each edition focuses on a single issue including an introduction to the topic and summaries of key points, including implications for academic libraries. © Copyright 1997-2014, American Library AssociationThis document may be reprinted and distributed for non-commercial and educational purposes only, and not for resale. No resale use may be made of material on this website at any time. All other rights reserved. Historically, approaches to collection development in libraries relied …

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Arougheti, Stephen
Created Date
2014-06

Published in Learning Exchange, a newsletter of the Learning Round Table of the American Library Association, the article details an ASU Libraries and Office of Graduate Education collaborative program. Occurring during the Scholarly Publishing and Academic Research Coalition (SPARC) sponsored Open Access (OA) week, the program endeavored to inform the students of the benefits of OA and promote the library’s digital repository to graduate students. The program discussed the publication of students’ theses and dissertations in the library’s digital repository and dispelled associated myths of its impact on future research potential. The article is designed to inform and inspire information …

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Arougheti, Stephen
Created Date
2014-12

To pay associated publishing costs with Open Access (OA), academic libraries are providing researchers affiliated with the university the funds necessary to publish in OA journals. Structured to reimburse the author fees for a researcher’s accepted manuscript to an OA journal; these funds support the dissemination of scholarship and promote the benefits of OA. With numerous academic libraries in the United States operating a fund to pay publishing costs, librarians are adapting their strategies for addressing popular demand from researchers by reevaluating submission criteria; specifically prioritizing based on need for young researchers in adjunct positions or doctoral candidates and reducing …

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Arougheti, Stephen
Created Date
2016-09

A book review appearing in the periodical "Library Journal." The book is "Where Nobody Knows Your Name: Life in the Minor Leagues of Baseball" by John Feinstein. © 2014. Library Journal. All rights reserved.http://lj.libraryjournal.com/

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Arougheti, Stephen
Created Date
2014-04-15