|Title:||Open Access and Digital Repositories|
Serial prices are skyrocketing, the push to publish more intensifies, the government is requiring universities to comply with the RQF and we are all supposed to make everything more accessible. It seems impossible, but there are new ways of publishing which address all of these problems - if the academic community only knew about them. ¶ Danny Kingsley is a PhD student at the ANU undertaking research into the move towards open access scholarly communication. Part of her empirical work has involved the UNSW academic community. ¶ This talk will give an overview of the open access movement, discuss institutional repositories and how they can help academics, universities and the open access movement. An early description of empirical findings to date will also be included. ¶ The talk should appeal to librarians, institutional repository managers, the research office and academic staff. ¶ This talk was given as an Ad Hoc Series seminar at UNSW on 13 April 2007.
|Appears in Collections:||Open Access Research|
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