Open Scholarship for Graduate Students and Early Career Researchers

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Keith Webster, Dean of Libraries - 2:35 minute
Opening remarks on open scholarship
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J. David Creswell, Psychology - 9:07 minutes
Editing and publishing PLoS One;
The gold route to open access: the advantages of open access publishing
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Michael Tarr, Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition - 6:24 minutes
Dissemination and democratization of open access;
Comparison of open access and traditional journal practices
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Veronica Hinman, Biological Sciences - 8:34 minutes
The pros and cons of open access
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Jelena Kovacevic, Biomedical Engineering and Electrical & Computer Engineering - 6:25 minutes
Publishing textbooks open access
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Mary Shaw, Institute for Software Research - 11:14 minutes
The green route to open access: Self-archiving in keeping with publisher open access policies
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Reinhard Schumacher, Physics - 14:31 minutes
arXiv and disciplinary repositories;
The purposes and processes of the arXiv pre-print server
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Russell Schwartz, Computational Biology - 6:40 minutes
Open access in interdisciplinary fields;
How and why to persuade scholarly societies to transition to open access publishing
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Norman Bier, Open Learning Initiative - 8:49 minutes
Open educational resources
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Keith Webster, Dean of Libraries - 9:32 minutes
Closing remarks
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