Paolo Mangiafico

Coordinator of Scholarly Communications Technology

External Address: 
411 Chapel Drive, 267 Rubenstein Library, Duke University, Durham, NC 277080193
Phone: 
+1 919 613 6317

Electronic Techtonics: Thinking at the Interface. Edited by MJ Olson, E Ennis, ZM Jones, P Mangiafico, J Rhee, M Routh, J Tarr, and B Walters. HASTAC, 2008. (Edited Book) Open Access Copy

Mangiafico, P, Macklin, LA, and Givens, M. "Faculty Profile Systems: New Services and Roles for Libraries." portal: Libraries and the Academy 17, no. 2 (April 2017): 235-255. Full Text Open Access Copy

Neuman, M, and Mangiafico, P. "Providing and accessing information via the internet: The georgetown catalogue of projects in electronic text." Reference Librarian 19, no. 41-42 (June 17, 1994): 319-332. Full Text

Mangiafico, P. "Should you #DeleteAcademiaEdu? On the role of commercial services in scholarly communication." London School of Econonomics Impact Blog (February 1, 2016). (Blog) Open Access Copy

Mangiafico, P. "Open Access at the tipping point." Scholarly Communications @ Duke (October 23, 2015). (Blog) Open Access Copy

Mangiafico, P. "Who pays, and what are we paying for?." Scholarly Communication @ Duke (June 4, 2015). (Blog)

Mangiafico, P. "Open Access and the Metrics of Scholarly Impact." Scholarly Communication @ Duke (September 20, 2010). (Blog)

Mangiafico, P, and DeKoenigsberg, G. "Paolo Mangiafico, on Open Access at Duke University." OpenSource.com (May 11, 2010). (Interview)

Mangiafico, P. "The Social Life of Libraries." Duke Libraries Magazine (June 1, 2007). (Essay)

Scholarly Communication Institute awarded by Andrew W. Mellon Foundation (Program Director). 2017 to 2019

Scholarly Communications Institute awarded by Andrew W. Mellon Foundation (Program Coordinator). 2014 to 2016