Case study: the role of librarians in Open Access publishing and setting up a central fund
SubjectLibrary & Information Science
Open Access publishing
Open Access funds
Librarians roles in Open Access
Libraries and Cultural Resources
University of Calgary
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AbstractA look the the Open Access suite in Libraries and Cultural Resources at the University of Calgary, particularly the Open Access Authors Fund, focusing on the set-up of the Fund and the role of the library in the Fund.
Presented at the CONCERT/Springer Open Access Seminar: Open Access-From Green Road to Gold Road, Taipei, Taiwan, April 26, 2013.
CorporateUniversity of Calgary
FacultyLibraries & Cultural Resources
InstitutionUniversity of Calgary
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