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OASPA2020 presentation "'Scaling small': new forms of collectivity for resilient open access"

as part of the OASPA 2020 panel 'Funding and business mechanisms for equitable open access', Tuesday, Sep 22, 2020

Published onSep 23, 2020
OASPA2020 presentation "'Scaling small': new forms of collectivity for resilient open access"
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Panel: Funding and business mechanisms for equitable open access - OASPA 2020 - Tuesday Sep 22

OASPA 2020 Panel: Funding and business mechanisms for equitable open access, Tuesday Sep 22, 2020.

Chair: Charles Watkinson, University of Michigan, USA

Contributions:

  1. Communal paths to equitable open access: a discipline-driven subscribe-to-open model Vivian Berghahn, Managing Director, Berghahn Books, USA

  2. Leveling the playing field: reimagining community investment in open scholarship Sharla Lair, Strategist, Content & Scholarly Communication Initiatives, LYRASIS, USA

  3. ‘Scaling small’: new forms of collectivity for resilient open access Samuel A. Moore, Research Fellow, Centre for Postdigital Cultures, Coventry University, UK

  4. The Democratizing Value of Open Access Alexia Hudson-Ward, Azariah Smith Root Director of Libraries, Oberlin College and Conservatory/ Incoming Associate Director of Research and Learning – MIT Libraries, USA (starting Oct 2020)

Please find further particulars and presentation slides on the OASPA 2020 website.


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