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Open Access in the Americas

Heather Joseph; Michael Sinatra; Dominique Babini; Pamela M. Graham; Center for Digital Research and Scholarship

Title:
Open Access in the Americas
Author(s):
Joseph, Heather
Sinatra, Michael
Babini, Dominique
Graham, Pamela M.
Center for Digital Research and Scholarship
Date:
Type:
Interviews
Department(s):
Center for Digital Research and Scholarship
Scholarly Communication Program
Libraries and Information Services
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Streaming URL:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8CKmgHYrf6E
Series:
Research Without Borders
Publisher:
Columbia University
Publisher Location:
New York
Abstract:
National-level policies around open access to research differ around the world, and the issues at stake around public accessibility to research demand an international perspective. In this panel event, the current landscape of open access policy development in the USA, Canada, and Latin America will be compared and contrasted. Panelists with views from across the Americas will explore and discuss the differing national perspectives around open access to research. Panelists: Heather Joseph, Executive Director of the Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition (SPARC) Michael Sinatra, Associate Professor of English at the Université de Montréal, the President (French) of the Canadian Society for Digital Humanities Dominique Babini, Open Access Program coordinator at CLACSO-Latin American Council on Social Sciences Moderator: Pamela Graham is Director of Global Studies and the Center for Human Rights Documentation & Research at Columbia University.
Subject(s):
Library science
Information science
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Suggested Citation:
Heather Joseph, Michael Sinatra, Dominique Babini, Pamela M. Graham, Center for Digital Research and Scholarship, , Open Access in the Americas, Columbia University Academic Commons, .

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