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The Humanities: scholarly communication in flux

The benefits of stimulating Open Access for research and education

Janneke Adema

on 27 June 2010

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The Humanities: Scholarly Communication in Flux
The benefits of stimulating Open Access for research and education
By Janneke Adema Communia 2010 - University and Cyberspace: Reshaping Knowledge Institutions for the Networked Age 28-30 June 2010 How is the Internet influencing and changing the way scholars in the humanities conduct their research
How can it aid humanities scholars’ research in the future?
What are the challenges and possibilities when it comes to the Internet and scholarly communication? VS.
? Peer
Review Elsevier ownership Nicholas Knouf -JJPS http://www.turbulence.org/Works/JJPS/ Set-up repositories and digital infrastructures for scholars
Stimulate green Open Access deposits in institutional repositories
Set up deposit mandates
Advocacy and information providing towards Open Access
Stimulate Open Access publishing initiatives on campus
Fund Open Access publishing/publications
Encourage Open Education and Open Education systems
How can universities help? Open-access (OA) literature is digital, online, free of charge, and free of most copyright and licensing restrictions

- Peter Suber - Peer
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