Researcher Revolt: What Faculty want from Publishers, Libraries and the Open Access Movement

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Researcher Revolt: What Faculty want from Publishers, Libraries and the Open Access Movement

Time: October 25, 2012 from 12pm to 4pm
Country: Roberts Centre, Wilmington, Ohio
Event Type: panel, discussion, on, open, access
Organized By: Meghan Frazer
Latest Activity: Oct 18, 2012

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Join the Academic Library Association of Ohio as we discuss Open Access in a preconference event:

Researcher Revolt:
What Faculty Want From Publishers, Libraries and the Open Access Movement

Featuring a Keynote by Kevin Smith, Scholarly Communications Officer at Duke University

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To register, visit http://www.alaoweb.org/events?eventId=53622

Deadline Extended to today, 10/18/12!
This session will convene a panel of faculty from a variety of disciplines and schools to speak to their experiences with open access and discuss the changing landscape of scholarly communication.  Join us as we discuss recent developments in open access and how academic libraries can best support our institutions and faculty in their efforts. 

The Faculty Panel
Dominique Belanger, PhD, Director of the Wright State University Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program
Melanie Schlosser, Digital Publishing Librarian at The Ohio State University Libraries
Sebastiaan Faber , PhD, Professor of Hispanic Studies and Director, Oberlin Center for Languages and Cultures, Oberlin College  
David Mark Goss, PhD, Professor of Mathematics at The Ohio State University and Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Number Theory
Mason Posner, PhD, Chair of the Department of Biology and Toxicology at Ashland University
Moderated by Alan Boyd, Associate Director, Oberlin College Libraries

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