Join Digital Scholarship Services at NYU Libraries for an Open Access Week panel discussion on Wednesday, October 26, 2016.
Open in Action: New Options for Sharing Scholarship
In recent years, we’ve seen an increase in the number of digital repositories where scholars may freely share their publications and data. To celebrate Open Access Week, we’ve invited the founders of two prominent new multi-disciplinary repositories to discuss their goals and priorities, and the technology underlying their systems. Humanities Commons is a social repository for humanists launched by the Modern Language Association in collaboration with Columbia University Libraries. SocArXiv is a preprint service directed by group of sociologists and research librarians in partnership with the Center for Open Science. We’ll have a round-table discussion with plenty of time for questions from the audience. Open to the public.
Wednesday, October 26, 4:30 – 6:00 p.m.
Avery Room, 2nd floor of Bobst Library
Philip Cohen, University of Maryland
Kathleen Fitzpatrick, Modern Languages Association MODERN LANGUAGE ASSOCIATION
Mark Newton, Columbia University Libraries
Nicholas Wolf, NYU Libraries
Sponsored by NYU Libraries Digital Scholarship Services
Open Access Week is an international event supporting open access to scholarly research.
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