R. Philip Reynolds

Librarian IV, Scholarly Communication Librarian

Personal profile

Research interests

R. Phillip Reynolds, currently the Scholarly Communication Librarian at Stephen F. Austin State University's Ralph W. Steen Library, has a rich educational background with degrees in Library and Information Science from the University of Kentucky and History from Western Illinois University. With a career spanning over two decades, Reynolds has held several pivotal roles, including Head of Access Services, RIS Librarian, and Head of the University Web Development Office at the same university. His work primarily focuses on digital curation, scholarly communication, and managing institutional repositories like ScholarsGallery and Digital Commons. Certified in various relevant fields, he actively contributes to professional associations and has a robust presence in academic conferences and publications. Reynolds' career is marked by his dedication to enhancing library services through digital transformation and scholarly communication.

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Education/Academic qualification

Library Science, MLIS


Award Date: Aug 30 1997

History, MA


Award Date: Sep 5 1996

Research Interests

  • Scholarly Communication