This is a ‘how to’ session on making your published scholarship publicly available, geared to those faculty who are new to KU or new to the idea of open access and KU faculty’s open access policy. Presenters: Ada Emmett, Scholarly Communications program head and Marianne Reed, Digital Information Specialist.
Emmett, Ada; Reed, Marianne; Innocenti, Beth. (2011) Coffee and Conversations: How to do OA (Open Access) at KU. Presentation and discussion held during Open Access Week, sponsored by KU Libraries' Center for Digital Scholarship, October 25, 2011.
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