Panel 10/22: Open for Collaboration: Scholarship in the Age of Open Access

This Thursday I will be speaking on a panel regarding on my home turf, Trinity College, regarding the import of open access (OA) in the production of knowledge. The panel is open to the public!

Open for Collaboration: Scholarship in the Age of Open Access

Academic publishing in the digital age has opened new channels for scholarly communication. But are those channels truly reaching those who can most benefit from your research? On Thursday, October 22, we will host a Common Hour program featuring guest speakers who will address the status of the Open Access movement, and the ways in which it facilitates broader, collaborative scholarly discussions. The program is part of International Open Access Week, a global annual event that promotes discussion and awareness of Open Access publishing models.

Thursday, October 22nd at 12:15 pm in the Rittenberg Lounge, Mather Hall, Trinity College.

Sponsors: Trinity College Information Services & the Center for Teaching & Learning.

Featuring presentations from Trinity faculty:
Jack Dougherty, Associate Professor of Educational Studies
Jack Gieseking, Assistant Professor of American Studies
Charles Lebel, Visiting Lecturer in Language and Culture Studies
Moderated by Amy Harrell, Digital Projects Librarian