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Open Access Week First of all, what is Open Access? Open Access (OA) is unrestricted, free,
 

Summary: Open Access Week
First of all, what is Open Access? Open Access (OA) is unrestricted, free,
online access to scholarly research publications, including journal articles,
reports, book chapters, and more. Open access benefits instructors by
allowing them to share material with students without the usual copyright
restrictions. It also benefits the general public by giving them access (without
an expensive subscription) to the high-quality research conducted at the
University of Regina and other postsecondary institutions worldwide.
Open Access Week (October 24-30) is an opportunity to spread awareness
about the potential of the open access movement to transform scholarly
communication. In celebration of Open Access Week, the Archer Library will
be holding two sessions: Open Access: What Is It? and The Open Access Author's
Fund at the University of Calgary: History and Evaluation. Both of these sessions
will be held in the Archer library this October as part of our Beyond the Book
Lecture Series. Be sure to join us for these events, as we will also be making a
major announcement about the Library's support of Open Access!
In This Issue:
Open Access Week
Featured Database
Beyond the Book Lecture Series

  

Source: Argerami, Martin - Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Regina

 

Collections: Mathematics