open access

How do you collaborate with today's marketing teams?
In our experience, every marketing team is different--but increasingly they have a few things in common. For a start, it's rare to find the whole team in any single place on any given day. More often, we find teams distributed across cities, countries, and fairly frequently, continents. The members... Read more
4 comments Posted 12 Oct 2011 by Todd Barr Feed
Yale University is planning to become the first Ivy League school to offer an open access commons to millions of digital images from its archives, all free of licenses for transmission or use.
0 comments Posted 12 May 2011 by Ruth Suehle (Red Hat) Feed
Tim Wu, author of The Master Switch: The Rise and Fall of Information Empires, in his SXSW talk offered the idea that while we think of net neutrality as a new problem, it is actually a very old problem that we've dealt with many times before. While sharing and collaboration are the oldest of ideas... Read more
0 comments Posted 14 Mar 2011 by Ruth Suehle (Red Hat) Feed
When I was approached nearly five years ago now and asked to put together an edited work on how libraries can use mashups to improve services, I have to admit that I was a bit disappointed that the topic wasn't going to be open source software instead. Before the ink had even dried on my mashups... Read more
2 comments Posted 3 Jan 2011 by Nicole C. Engard Feed
Nearly a decade after the launch of the open access Malaria Journal, the publication released a report about how open access has impacted the study of malaria. Launched in 2002 as the only scientific journal devoted exclusively to malaria research, Malaria Journal became a top ranked journal for... Read more
2 comments Posted 22 Nov 2010 by Rebecca Fernandez (Red Hat) Feed
This is an introduction to open access (OA) for those who are new to the concept. It doesn't cover every nuance or answer every objection, but it should cover enough territory to prevent the misunderstandings that delayed progress in our early days.
0 comments Posted 15 Nov 2010 by Peter Suber Feed
Last week I attended the EPIC conference in New York City. One of the more interesting topics came by way of Saudi Arabia. If you haven’t heard of King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, or KAUST, you’re missing out on one of the grander experiments at the intersection of government,... Read more
0 comments Posted 10 Nov 2010 by Art Seavey Feed
To the general public, “doing science” is all about discovery. But in truth, that’s only half the picture. Consider the experience of an obscure nineteenth-century Augustinian monk... From 1856 to 1863, Gregor Mendel cultivated and observed 29,000 pea plants and managed to unlock some of the... Read more
We spoke recently with Paolo Mangiafico, the Director of Digital Information Strategy in the Office of the Provost at Duke University, about Duke's open access initiatives. Recently, Duke announced that it would join MIT, Harvard and Stanford in adopting an open access policy, in which the... Read more
3 comments Posted 11 May 2010 by Greg DeKoenigsberg Feed
In the technical world, we long ago came to understand, thanks to Larry Lessig, that code is law. The way we build our systems and protocols defines how the Internet and our operating systems work. If we turn to the real world, we see that the reverse holds and that law is code. The way we... Read more
0 comments Posted 31 Mar 2010 by Carl Malamud Feed

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