The librarians view: the role of librarians in promoting Open Access, trust, and transparency
SubjectLibrary & Information Science
Open Access publishing
Open Access funds
Libraries and Cultural Resources
Librarians role in Open Access
University of Calgary
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AbstractThis presentation looks at the Open Access suite in Libraries and Cultural Resources at the University of Calgary, especially the Open Access Authors Fund, as well as the roles of librarians in promoting Open Access, particularly in terms of trust and transparency.
Presented at OASPA's 1st Asian Conference on Open Access Scholarly Publishing, Bangkok, Thailand, June 3, 2014.
CorporateUniversity of Calgary
FacultyLibraries & Cultural Resources
InstitutionUniversity of Calgary
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