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Publishing in Open Access Education Journals: The Authors’ Perspectives
Abstract Open access publishing is now an accepted method of scholarly communication. However, the greatest traction for open access publishing thus far has been in the sciences. Penetration of open access publishing ...
Open Access Publishing in Business Research: The Authors’ Perspective
Open access (OA) publishing is now accepted as an integral part of the emerging trends within scholarly communication. Business librarians, like their subject specialist colleagues in other disciplines, are increasingly ...
The NIH Mandate One Year On: How Are Libraries Responding?
(East Carolina University, 2009)
About one year ago, the landmark National Institutes of Health Public Access Policy began requiring authors who receive NIH funding to deposit final versions of their accepted manuscripts to NIH’s PubMed Central database. ...
Open Access for Online Scholarship: The Beginnings of Institutional Repositories in North Carolina
(East Carolina University, 2007)
This article surveys the current state of institutional repositories in North Carolina.
Open Access (Review)
Talking to our faculty about open access and authors' rights
(East Carolina University, 2008-10-23)
Open Access to Electronic Theses and Dissertations: What's Right for Me
(East Carolina University, 2009-10-19)
Presentation made Monday, October 19, as part of Open Access Week 2009 at ECU, focusing on advantages and concerns associated with open access to electronic theses and dissertations and the history of ETDs at ECU.