Thursday, October 15 10:30 a.m. - noon
Hillman Library, G-74
Sheila Corrall, Chair, Library & Information Sciences Program, University of Pittsburgh
Open approaches have the potential to enhance research, learning, and knowledge exchange on a global scale.
This session will review the range and state of open activities in the higher education arena, explore common factors for the different open domains, and define potential benefits of adopting a more integrated approach to policy and practice for individuals and institutions.