My first article, which I co-wrote with a colleague, has finally been published in the latest issue of Library Hi Tech. My article is "Exploring faculty experiences with e-books: a focus group." Unless you're affiliated with a university that subscribes to this journal, however, you probably can't access the full-text of the article at this link.
Of course, being the Collections and Scholarly Communications librarian, it's my responsibility to lead by example, so I want to mention that one of the reasons we picked Library Hi Tech for our article submission was because Emerald is a Green OA publisher. While I signed away all my copyrights (which I don't plan to do again), I do maintain the rights to use my article how I wish, and to archive it in an institutional or disciplinary repository. I've just deposited it in our fledgling KnowledgeNet, ASU's repository, so that you, my gentle readers, can read the post-print to your heart's desire if you so choose.
I have also deposited it in E-LIS (direct link to be added later), a library and information science repository, just to provide greater access.
Update: It's up on E-LIS!
It's already been mentioned (by name!) in the Scholarly Electronic Publishing Weblog. I can't wait to see what kind of response we get, if any. I'm pretty excited about the whole thing!
Meanwhile, here's today's cat picture - while we were cat-sitting our cat-in-law, Arnie, we had some interesting situations.