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RWWL & CAU Produce Two New Online Communications Journals!
The Robert W. Woodruff Library (RWWL) of the Atlanta University Center and the Center for Excellence in Communication Arts at Clark Atlanta University (CAU) collaborated this summer to produce two new online journals.
Communication Arts Forum and Communication & Social Change are new publications produced annually under the editorial direction of Dr. Cheryl Renee Gooch, Associate Dean, CAU Division of Communication Arts. The online journals are available through the Library’s DigitalCommons institutional repository http://digitalcommons.auctr.edu. These journals are the first Atlanta University Center (AUC) journal publications to be produced in digital format using the repository. According to Dr. Gooch, “The publication of the two journals establishes a tradition of scholarship and professional engagement for the Division of Communication Arts.”
The DigitalCommons repository assists in the discovery of the collective body of research emanating from the Atlanta University Center. By utilizing technology that facilitates the creation, publication and preservation of research in digital form, RWWL is able to promote, provide access to and preserve the scholarship produced by the faculty and students of the AUC.
For more information on contributing to the RWWL institutional repository, contact RWWL Deputy Director Elizabeth G. McClenney at 404-978-2101 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Contact Dr. Cheryl Renee Gooch at 404-880-8290 or email@example.com for more information on Communication Arts Forum and Communication & Social Change.
About the Library
Constructed in 1982, the Robert W. Woodruff Library is an independent entity organized and operated for the exclusive benefit of its member institutions - Clark Atlanta University, the Interdenominational Theological Center, Morehouse College and Spelman College. These colleges and universities represent the world’s largest consortium of historically black institutions of higher learning. The Library serves a combined student body of more than 10,000.