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Open access, open science, open knowledge, open data … what does all of this openness mean, and what does it mean for those working in or alongside the humanities in particular? This offering will explore the role of open knowledge dissemination in the humanities, academia, and at large. We will focus on the history, evolution, forms, and impact of open digital scholarship within the domain of scholarly communication. Our time together will be content- and discussion-driven, but we’ll also engage with an open publishing tool or two. This workshop is geared toward students, librarians, scholars, publishers, government representatives, and others who are invested in the open development and sharing of research output.