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Save the Date: Open Access Day on October 26

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NEWS RELEASE • FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

October 10, 2017

Contacts: Elaine Lasda, elasda@albany.edu  (518) 442-3695; Rebecca Mugridge, Dean of University Libraries, rmugridge@albany.edu, (518) 442-3568.

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Celebrate Open Access Week with the University Libraries

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The University Libraries, as centers of scholarly communication on campus, will be celebrating Open Access Week with a full day event on Thursday, October 26th, 9:15 am-3:00 pm in the Science Library's Patricia and J. Spencer Standish Board Room.

Open Access Week is an annual, global event during which members of the academic and research community come together to discuss how removing access barriers to scholarly output could transform the way scientific inquiry and research are conducted. In 2017, Open Access Week runs October 23–October 29.

Keynote speakers will be Darren Chase and Shafeek Fazal of the Stony Brook University Libraries, who will share their experiences developing and implementing the Stony Brook University Open Access Policy. Dr.Johan Rooryck from Leiden University, the Netherlands, will talk about his experience moving from proprietary publishing to open access publishing. Other topics will include Open Educational Resources (OERs) at UAlbany, an update on Scholars Archive, the UAlbany Libraries' open access repository, and a showcase of student work.  

The event is free and open to the public. Lunch will be provided. For more information and to RSVP, visit our Open Access Day event page (http://scholarsarchive.library.albany.edu/open_access_week/).

With Support from University Auxiliary Services

About the University at Albany Libraries
The University at Albany Libraries comprise the University Library, the Science Library, and the Dewey Graduate Library. A member of the Association of Research Libraries (ARL), the 123 largest, most comprehensive research libraries in North America (www.arl.org/membership/list-of-arl-members), the UAlbany Libraries serve the University's students, faculty, and staff to further their academic achievement and success, as well as the citizens of New York State, and scholars and researchers from around the world. For up-to-date information about the University Libraries, visit library.albany.edu.

 





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