Primary Research Group, www.Primaryresearch.com, is seeking a librarian/author to write a monograph of approximately 10,000 words on space, storage, access, insurance and exhibit travel issues in special collections management. The report should include a minimum of 5 detailed interviews with academic libraries, museums or archives totaling approximately 5,000 words.. The report will also include a literature review with detailed author commentary and bibliography. This is a compensated assignment. Send your resume with cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
James Moses, Research Director
Primary Research Group Inc.
2585 Broadway, #156
NY NY 10025
Primary Research Group (www.PrimaryResearch.com), publisher of research
reports about libraries and higher education, is seeking to contract an author
to write a monograph on the academic library role in identifying, preserving,
archiving, accessing and marketing one’s own institution university history
and culture. We define these terms broadly to include seminal lectures,
works, images, coursework, inventions, scholarship, special collections,
intellectual property, logos, performances, athletic events, student life and
other facets of the university experience. The report requires 5 detailed
profiles of university or college efforts, focused primarily on the academic
library role but encompassing other departments or units as a replacement or
supplement to a university profile. This is a compensated assignment. To
apply send your resume and a brief cover letter to email@example.com.
Primary Research Group, www.Primaryresearch.com, is seeking a librarian/author
to write a monograph of approximately 10,000 words on how academic libraries
are managing major digital image collections. The collections may be medical/
scientific, artistic, historical, data visualizations or any other kind of
image collection. The author will profile the efforts of 4 organizations,
predominantly but not exclusively research universities, focusing on issues
such as: image housing and processing software and applications, internal
search engines, access, metadata, preservation, copyright, use restrictions &
security, use in education and scholarship, marketing and distribution,
relations with institutional digital repositories and if applicable, sales and
licensing of the images. The author will have considerable scope to shape the
interviews as he or she sees fit. In addition to the profiles, the author will
conduct a literature search and augment the findings in the profiles with
insights from the existing literature. This is a compensated assignment. To
inquire or apply, send cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.