Robyn Hall is a Scholarly Communications Librarian at MacEwan University. She coordinates the Library’s Digital Initiatives and Scholarly Communications unit, and manages digital initiatives including MacEwan Open Journals, MacEwan Open Books, and MacEwan's institutional repository, Research Online at MacEwan (RO@M). She is also subject librarian to sociology and gender studies. She has presented widely on issues and emerging solutions tied to the open access movement, as well as ways that libraries can support undergraduate research.
- Symbaluk, D., Hall, R., & Champoux, G. (2019). Navigating an undergraduate degree in the social sciences: Tips and strategies. MacEwan Open Books. https://doi.org/10.31542/b.gm.2
- Hall, R. (2019, May 8). What we can learn from the online graveyard of inactive undergraduate student journals [Conference presentation]. Library Publishing Forum, Vancouver, BC, Canada.
- Hall, R. (2017, June 27). Exposing undergraduate research in institutional repositories [Poster presentation]. Open Repositories Conference, Brisbane, Australia.
- Betz, S., & Hall, R. (2015). Selfarchiving with ease in an institutional repository: Microinteractions and the user experience. Information Technology and Libraries, 34(3), 43-58. https://doi.org/10.6017/ital.v34i3.5900