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Tag Archives: open access week
Watch Paywall, the movie. (It’s a free movie.) Have you ever been prompted to pay for an article that you need for your research? If so, you’ve seen what we call a paywall. The GSU library subscribes to hundreds of … Continue reading
Ever wondered who is reading the scholarly journal articles or the thesis or dissertation you wrote? GSU authors who deposit their scholarship into Georgia State’s open access repository, ScholarWorks, can easily find out! Every GSU author in ScholarWorks has an … Continue reading
Want to create, share, remix, or build on the works of others? Come to this workshop! Date: Thursday, October 27, 2016 2:00pm-3:00pm in Classroom 1 (Library North 1st floor near the coffee shop) In this workshop, led by Denise Dimsdale … Continue reading
This week, October 24-30, is Open Access Week 2016. This year’s theme is Open in Action. Open access means research is free to read online, with no subscription or payment required. How is Open Access supported at Georgia State? Georgia State’s … Continue reading
In February 2013, the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy issued a memorandum directing each Federal agency that provides over $100 million in annual research funding to develop a plan to increase public access to the results of … Continue reading
This week, October 19-23, is Open Access Week 2015. This year’s theme is Open for Collaboration. Open access means research is free to read online, with no subscription or payment required. SPARC created an easy to understand guide, How Open … Continue reading