From Rick Peterson, Deputy Directory of Duke’s Medical Center Library, comes this calendar of the events held at Duke and at UNC Chapel Hill for Open Access Week 2010:
Tuesday, 10/19 2-3:30pm Duke Breedlove Room, Perkins Library
Open Access at Duke: Why here, why now?
Learn more about open access and how you can get more reach for your research. Join colleagues for a short presentation and discussion about the new open access policy and support for it at Duke, and how it will impact you.
Speakers: Paolo Mangiafico, Tim Pyatt, Kevin L. Smith, James Tuttle
Thursday, 10/21 9-11am Duke Perkins Library, Room 217
Open Access Publishing
A panel will talk about their experiences with open access publishing and its impact on scholarly communications.
Speakers: Melanie Dunshee, Duke Law Library; Mohamed Noor, Professor, Department of Biology; Mira Waller, Project Euclid; Bora Zivkovic, Scientific American; and Kim Steinle, Duke University Press.
Friday, 10/22 9:30 a.m. -5 p.m. Duke Law School, Room 4047 [registration required]
Implementing the Durham Statement: Best Practices for Open Access Law Journals
Sponsored by the Duke Law School J. Michael Goodson Law Library and the Harvard Law Library: A Workshop aimed at student law review editors, designed to present and discuss best practices for law journals as increasing numbers move into electronic publishing. The workshop is also open to law librarians, law review advisors, and all others interested in open access and legal publishing. It will be webcast and promoted to all ABA-accredited law schools. For more information and to register, please see the conference Web site: http://www.law.duke.edu/libtech/openaccess/conference2010 Registration is free, but required.
Monday, 10/18 10:30 – 12:00 a.m. in Wilson Library Pleasant’s Family Assembly Room UNC
“Visualizing Copyright: Debunking Open Access and Copyright Myths about Film and Visual Media.”
Monday, 10/18 1-2:30 p.m. in Wilson Library Pleasant’s Family Assembly Room UNC
UNC “Carolina Digital Repository: A collaborative and flexible model for the preservation of scholarly output”
Speakers: Erin O’Meara, Electronic Records Archivist, UNC and Michele Hayslett, Data Services Librarian, UNC
Tuesday 10/19 1-2:30 p.m. in 205 Undergraduate Library, UNC (for Library staff)
ISC webinar and discussion on “Broader Library Involvement in Building Programs—Librarian Training and Development” is part of a series on “Reshaping Scholarly Communications – Strengthening Programs through Collaboration” from the ARL/ACRL Institute for Scholarly Communications. Join Library colleagues for webinar and discussion. For more information, please visit
Policy on Electronic Course Content
For help deciding whether course content in Blackboard or some other digital form is fair use or requires copyright permission, consult this policy document adopted by the Academic Council in February 2008.
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