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Knowledge Made Public: Open Access. Humanities. Social Sciences

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    A great event held next week, directly before class. May be interesting to Graduate Students with questions on publishing and their fields pre-and-post graduation. Also an interesting conversation on whether materials for courses should be accessible openly or if pay walls are necessary. We’ve had conversations like this in the course in the past. This event will supply much context!

    Knowledge Made Public: Open Access. Humanities. Social Sciences 
    Tuesday, May 5th, 2:30pm – 4:00pm
    Room 9204

    The Graduate Center
    365 Fifth Avenue
    New York, NY 10016

    The Graduate Center Library is pleased to host a presentation on open access in the humanities and social sciences from Rebecca Kennison and Lisa Norberg (K|N Consultants). Kennison and Norberg will discuss the Open Access Network, a proposed model of systemic support for research and scholarly output based on partnerships between scholarly societies, academic libraries, and publishers. Martin Burke (The Graduate Center, CUNY), Jessie Daniels (The Graduate Center, CUNY), and Ken Wissoker (Duke University Press & The Graduate Center) will act as respondents, opening up a lively conversation on the state of open access publishing and the future of scholarly communication.

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