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Open Access and Scholarly Communication: What new librarians should know

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Published on Dec 2, 2010

Information Studies Department Colloquium: "What new librarians should know about open access and scholarly communication"
 Recorded Thursday, October 21, 2010.
A panel of scholars, technologists and librarians will discuss what OA mean in their work, how they make work open, and what barriers, challenges, and resistance they encounter in making scholarly work open.

Moderator: Chris Borgman, PhD: Presidential Chair & Professor of Information Studies, UCLA
Panelists:
Zoe Borovsky, PhD: Assistant Adjunct Professor of Scandinavian; Program Coordinator for Digital Humanities Program; project manager for UCLA's Encyclopedia of Egyptology
Andrew Lau: Editor of InterActions, an open access journal
Stacey Meeker: Publications Director, UCLA Graduate Student Association
Bonnie Tijerina: Digital Collections Services Librarian, UCLA Library

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