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Karla Lynn Strieb

  • Professor, University Libraries
    The Ohio State University
  • The Ohio State University Libraries
  • Most Common Publication Keywords # of Pubs
  • ATTITUDES1
  • JOURNALS1
  • LIBRARIES1
  • READERS1
  • SCHOLARLY COMMUNICATION1
  • SCIENTISTS1
  • Most Common Publication Subject Categories # of Pubs
  • COMPUTER SCIENCE, INFORMATION SYSTEMS2
  • INFORMATION SCIENCE & LIBRARY SCIENCE1

Most Recent Journal Articles

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  • Strieb, KL, Blixrud, JC. "Unwrapping the Bundle: An Examination of Research Libraries and the ‘Big Deal’." portal: Libraries and the Academy. Vol. 14, no. 4. (Oct 2014): 587-615. http://hdl.handle.net/1811/59293. (Published). Strieb, KL, Blixrud, JC Unwrapping the Bundle: An Examination of Research Libraries and the ‘Big Deal’ portal: Libraries and the Academy Journal Article Peer-Review 10.1353/pla.2014.0027 Links
  • Strieb, Karla L., Blixrud, Julia. "The State of the Large Publisher Bundle in 2012." Research Library Issues: A Bimonthly Report from ARL, CNI, and SPARC. Vol. 282, (Jan 2013): 1-5. http://publications.arl.org/rli282/4. (Published). Strieb, Karla L., Blixrud, Julia The State of the Large Publisher Bundle in 2012 Research Library Issues: A Bimonthly Report from ARL, CNI, and SPARC Journal Article Contributed to survey design, performed data analysis on all survey data except questions relating to license terms, wrote all sections except those relating to license terms. 1947-4911 publications.arl.org
  • Hahn, Karla. "Achieving the Full Potential of Repository Deposit Policies." Research Library Issues: A Bimonthly Report from ARL, CNI, and SPARC. Vol. 263, (Apr 2009): 24-32. http://publications.arl.org/rli263/25. (Published). Hahn, Karla Achieving the Full Potential of Repository Deposit Policies Research Library Issues: A Bimonthly Report from ARL, CNI, and SPARC Journal Article 1947-4911 publications.arl.org
  • Hahn, Karla. "Strategies for Supporting New Genres of Scholarship." Research Library Issues. Vol. 263, (Apr 2009): 21-23. http://publications.arl.org/rli263/22. (Published). Hahn, Karla Strategies for Supporting New Genres of Scholarship Research Library Issues Journal Article 1947-4911 publications.arl.org
  • Hahn, Karla L. "Two new policies widen the path to balanced copyright management." C&RL News. Vol. 69, no. 7. (Jul 2008): 398-400. http://crln.acrl.org/content/69/7/398.full.pdf+html?sid=19c10864-221d-45e7-af94-c8c7a2a5204b. (Published). Hahn, Karla L Two new policies widen the path to balanced copyright management C&RL News Other Editor-Review 0099-0086 crln.acrl.org

Most Recent Conference Papers & Proceedings

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  • Siar, J., Schaffner, M., Hahn K.L. "Proliferating pricing models." In: Serials Librarian. Vol. 48. 199-213. Peer-Review] (Published). Siar, J., Schaffner, M., Hahn K.L. Proliferating pricing models Conference Paper Roaring into our 20s. Twentieth Annual NASIG Conference, May 19-22, 2005, Minneapolis, Minnesota Peer-Review 1 Serials Librarian 10.1300/J123v48n01_19 DOI
  • Vaughan,K,TL; Blixrud,J; Hahn,K,L; Cohn,D. "The changing face of scientific communication: Developing new models for scholarly publishing in the electronic environment." In: Proceedings of 65th Annual Meeting of the American-Society-for-Information-Science-and-Technology. Vol. 39. MEDFORD: INFORMATION TODAY INC. 480-481. (Published). Vaughan,K,TL; Blixrud,J; Hahn,K,L; Cohn,D The changing face of scientific communication: Developing new models for scholarly publishing in the electronic environment Conference Paper 65th Annual Meeting of the American-Society-for-Information-Science-and-Technology 2 65th Annual Meeting of the American-Society-for-Information-Science-and-Technology INFORMATION TODAY INC 1-57387-167-2 0044-7870 The development of the Internet as a scholarly communication tool and the subsequent (apparent) decline of the print journal are causing great changes in historical systems of scientific communication. Not all of these changes have been positive. The two-decades long "serials crisis" in subscriptions costs, paired with the increasing recognition that copyright management is of vital importance to the flow of information, has prompted many in scholarly communication fields to call for a sea change in how scientists formally share information. At the same time, the Internet offers novel means of transforming scholarly communication beyond the idea of the traditional journal. We are experiencing the birth pangs of this transformation now. Scientists and libraries are faced with many questions surrounding legal, social, and political issues in the scholarly sphere. These include copyright, peer review, tenure and promotion practices, cost, access versus ownership, and archiving. Speakers will discuss these issues in light of projects and new journals being published in a variety of venues, particularly evolutionary ecology and computer science research. Computer Science, Information Systems|Information Science & Library Science Web of Science ®
  • Hahn, K.L. "Developing a Picture of Electronic Publishing: A Qualitative Study of the Ecology Community." In: Proceedings of Socioeconomic Dimensions of Electronic Publishing Workshop, 1998. Proceedings. Santa Barbara: IEEE. 23-29. Peer-Review] (Published). Hahn, K.L. Developing a Picture of Electronic Publishing: A Qualitative Study of the Ecology Community Conference Paper Socioeconomic Dimensions of Electronic Publishing Workshop, 1998. Proceedings Peer-Review 3 Socioeconomic Dimensions of Electronic Publishing Workshop, 1998. Proceedings IEEE 0-7803-5101-0 10.1109/SEDEP.1998.730704 DOI
  • Hahn, K.L. "Applying diffusion theory to electronic publishing: A conceptual framework for examining issues and outcomes." Vol. 34. Silver Spring: Association for Information Science. Peer-Review] (Published). Hahn, K.L. Applying diffusion theory to electronic publishing: A conceptual framework for examining issues and outcomes Conference Paper ASIS '97 Proceedings of the 60th ASIS Annual Meeting Peer-Review Association for Information Science
  • Hahn,K,L; Schock,N,A. "Applying diffusion theory to electronic publishing: A conceptual framework for examining issues and outcomes." In: PROCEEDINGS OF THE ASIS ANNUAL MEETING. Vol. 34. 5-13. Peer-Review] (Published). Hahn,K,L; Schock,N,A Applying diffusion theory to electronic publishing: A conceptual framework for examining issues and outcomes 60th Annual Meeting of the American-Society-for-Information-Science Peer-Review 1 PROCEEDINGS OF THE ASIS ANNUAL MEETING Diffusion of innovations theory offers a powerful paradigm for conceptualizing the development and acceptance of electronic publishing ventures. Investigations of the diffusion of other innovations suggest that acceptance or adoption is significantly influenced by innovation characteristics and adopter perceptions. Electronic publishing can best be understood as a cluster of related innovations which can be incorporated in different combinations. Cluster members individually and in combination influence adopter perceptions of the relative advantage, complexity, compatibility, visibility, and trialability of a particular implementation. Acceptance of electronic publishing is further shaped by the requirement of a contingent adoption decision by a community. For instance, readers cannot adopt an electronic publication without author acceptance. This paper will define the innovation cluster and provide a framework to characterize several recent publishing ventures demonstrating how the framework facilitates comparison and evaluation of individual implementations of electronic publishing ventures. JOURNALS|ATTITUDES|LIBRARIES|SCHOLARLY COMMUNICATION|SCIENTISTS|READERS Computer Science, Information Systems Web of Science ®

Most Recent Scholarly Presentations

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  • Karla L Strieb, Presenter. "The Times, They are a-Changin’: Funder Requirements for Research Sharing." Presented at University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries Visiting Scholar Lecture, Peers within Field., Lincoln, Nebraska, United States. (Apr 2014) http://events.unl.edu/2014/04/22/88284/. Karla L Strieb The Times, They are a-Changin’: Funder Requirements for Research Sharing Presenter University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries Visiting Scholar Lecture Local
  • K.L. Strieb, Presenter. "Preparing When You Can't Plan." Presented at ARL Fall Forum: Mobilizing the Research Enterprise, Peers within Field. Washington, DC (Oct 2013) http://www.arl.org/storage/documents/publications/ff13-strieb.pdf. K.L. Strieb Preparing When You Can't Plan Presenter 3 ARL Fall Forum: Mobilizing the Research Enterprise Engaging Campus Interests Washington, DC National
  • Strieb, K.L. and Blixrud, J.C., Presenter. "Large Journal Bundles 2012." Presented at ALA Midwinter Meeting 2013, Peers within Field. Seattle, WA (Jan 2013) Strieb, K.L. and Blixrud, J.C. Large Journal Bundles 2012 Presenter ALA Midwinter Meeting 2013 Chief Collection Development Officers of Large Research Libraries Interest Group Seattle, WA National
  • Strieb, K.L., Presenter. "Project briefing: ARL's 2030 Scenarios Look at the Future of Research." Presented at Coalition for Networked Information Task Force Meeting (Dec 2010) Strieb, K.L. Project briefing: ARL's 2030 Scenarios Look at the Future of Research Presenter 1 Coalition for Networked Information Task Force Meeting National
  • Strieb, K.L., Panelist. "Supporting E-science: Progress at Research Institutions and Their Libraries." Presented at The Changing Role of Libraries in Support of Research Data Activities, a public symposium sponsored by the Board on Research Data and Information (Jun 2010) Strieb, K.L. Supporting E-science: Progress at Research Institutions and Their Libraries Panelist The Changing Role of Libraries in Support of Research Data Activities, a public symposium sponsored by the Board on Research Data and Information National