Library events highlight open access research

Jose Beduya, Cornell University Library

In celebration of the international Open Access Week, Cornell University Library is holding a series of panel discussions and talks, Oct. 24–28, to promote freely accessible scholarship that advances the work of researchers in all disciplines around the world.

“Open Access Week highlights our year-round commitment to open access to scholarly articles and information,” said Debra Howell, director of information technology operations at Cornell University Library. “When knowledge is shared, everyone benefits.”

Events include:

In addition, the library is also running a student writing contest on the theme of “Open for Climate Justice.” Winners will be announced on the library’s Open Access Week events website.

This story also appeared in the Cornell Chronicle.

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