Otiti Mary Iwaret
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TheMSAKE's Open Access Week

It's all about setting the default to OPEN. MSAKE believes in open access to scholarly articles for ALL. *part 2 coming soon*
Nov 15, 2012
Otiti Mary Iwaret joined Nick Shockey's group
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Student OA Week Organizers

Group for students and those working with students to discuss their plans for Open Access Week 2011 and see what's happening on other campuses.
Oct 17, 2012
Otiti Mary Iwaret joined Ongwen Patrick Alfred's group
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Kenya Open Access week

All Kenyan Information Professional plan to make the Open Access week, a week of difference this time roundSee More
Oct 17, 2012
Otiti Mary Iwaret and Iryna Kuchma are now friends
Sep 3, 2012
Otiti Mary Iwaret is now a member of Open Access Week
Aug 30, 2012

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Are you participating in OAWeek 2015? (You can update this later)
Yes--definitely!
First name
Mary
Last name
Otiti
Organization/institution name
University of Nairobi
Type of institution
Academic Institution
What's your position?
Student
What's the level of OA awareness where you are?
Low
What are your goals for OA Week 2015?
To create maximum awareness about open access especially among students as it is a new concept.
To have open access embedded in the minds of students permanently.

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