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Live online discussion about open access
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- From: Lila Guterman <email@example.com>
- Date: Wed, 28 Jan 2004 17:33:57 EST
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Join a live, online discussion with Peter Suber, a professor of philosophy
at Earlham College and author of a blog and a newsletter on the
open-access movement, about whether the push to make journal subscriptions
free could revolutionize scientific publishing and save universities
money, on Thursday, January 29, at 1 p.m., U.S. Eastern time.
This live chat accompanies a long article I wrote on the topic, which
appears in the Chronicle of Higher Education this week. Ann Okerson
mentioned it on the listserv earlier. Here's the link:
"The Promise and Peril of Open Access" http://chronicle.com/free/v50/i21/21a01001.htm
Two sidebars accompany the main article:
"2 Routes to Open Access: Archives and Institutional Subscriptions"
"Publishers Fear Government Intervention"
I'd welcome feedback as well as questions and comments for the live chat on Thursday.
Thanks very much,
The Chronicle of Higher Education
Personal website: www.nasw.org/users/guterman
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