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Open Access & the Changing Roles in Libraries
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- From: Michael Leach <email@example.com>
- Date: Wed, 6 Oct 2004 23:12:00 EDT
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Folks, I have received a number of requests for my presentation, "Open Access publishing: The promise and the reality for libraries," which was just one of several presentations (other presenters have already posted their presentations on this discussion group) given at the American Chemical Society's Annual Meeting back in August. The full presentation has been posted at: http://www.acscinf.org/cinf/meetings/228nm/228nm27.pdf which happens to be the location of the ACS Division of Chemical Information web site. As a manager of two science libraries at Harvard, I am particularly interested in how other library managers/directors are analyzing, preparing, evaluating, etc. their staff, resources, services, and collections in light of open access. I would be very interested in learning if anyone is currently doing research on this aspect of OA. Please feel free to contact me directly. I will happily summarize for this discussion group. Thank you. Michael Leach Director Physics Research Library & Kummel Library of Geological Sciences Harvard University 17 Oxford Street, Cambridge, MA 02138 USA 617-495-2878 or -2029 (voice); 617-495-0416 or -4711 (fax) firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
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