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This guide will help faculty to learn about, create, and use open access materials.
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Open Access Week

  • Monday, Oct 24, 2011 to Sunday, Oct 30, 2011: Open Access Week 2011
    The open access movement will be celebrating its annual week of awareness from October 24, 2011 - October 30, 2011. The University of Redlands Armacost Library is participating for the third time!
 

Our presentation

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OA and Global Information Access

We must question whether the current publishing model is sustainable, equitable, or even ethical to maintain. Access to scholarly information is often inhibited by its high costs. Such costs limit the visibility, usage, and exchange of information so vital to scholarly thought. Costs can also prevent  knowledgeable researchers from less affluent institutions a means by which they may consistently participate and contribute to the research of their professions.

  • Hinari Access to Research Initiative
    Partnership between the World Health Organization and major publishers to supply open access to biomedical and health journals to health institutions around the world.

Open Access (OA) Resources

Find more about Open Access Week 2011 here and through the Web sites of the organizers:

   • SPARC -- Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition
   • PLOS -- The Public Library of Science 
   • OASIS –- Open Access Scholarly Information Sourcebook
   • OAD -- Open Access Directory  
   • JISC –- Joint Information Systems Committee

      

    OA News and Information

    Check out some of the commitments to Open Access from around the world:

    Berlin Declaration: http://www.zim.mpg.de/openaccess-berlin/berlindeclaration.html.
    WSIS Declaration:
    http://www.itu.int/wsis/documents/doc_multi-en-1161|1160.asp.
    Bethesda Statement:
    http://www.earlham.edu/ peters/fos/bethesda.htm.
    Budapest Open Access Initiative:
    http://www.soros.org/openaccess/view.cfm.
    Public Library of Science:
    http://www.plos.org/about/history.html.
    Wellcome Trust Statement:
    http://www.wellcome.ac.uk/en/1/awtvispolpub.html
    IFLA Statement: http://www.ifla.org/V/cdoc/open-access04.html.

     
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