This study analyzes gender dynamics on the ALA's SCHOLCOMM listserv. Utilizing the listserv archive, the presenters analyzed individual message metadata in order to create a list of participants along with their gender; this was then utilized to correlate the frequency of new messages and replies sent to the list with the gender identity of participants. The results of the study clearly show that male participation on the list is disproportionately large.
Library and Information Science | Scholarly Communication
Hayes, Clayton and Kelly, Heidi Elaine, "Who's Talking about Scholarly Communication? Poster Presented at MiALA 2017" (2017). Library Scholarly Publications. 131.
This is a poster originally presented at the MiALA 2017 conference in Grand Rapids, Michigan. This research also appears as an article in the Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication, doi: 10.7710/2162-3309.2017