A conversational panel with members of the Harvard community
As part of Harvard Library’s celebration of Open Access Week 2020, join us for Impacts of Openness: Exploring Pressing Questions about Access to Knowledge — an online-only, conversational panel with members of the Harvard community discussing current considerations, benefits and challenges of open scholarship for research, teaching and learning.
All are welcome to attend!
Wednesday, October 21 at 12-1pm
Online only! Register via Zoom
HKS Misinformation Review, a new open-access journal about misinformation
H2O, a platform for creating free, open textbooks
COVID-19 research data as presented by a Harvard professor of statistics and biostatistics
Harvard Library Bulletin, a journal on Harvard Library collections in the process of flipping to open access
Natascha Chtena, Editor-in-Chief, HKS Misinformation Review
Kelly Fitzpatrick, Research Associate, Harvard Law Library Innovation Lab, H2O
Xihong Lin, Professor of Biostatistics, Harvard School of Public Health, and Professor of Statistics, Harvard Faculty of Arts and Sciences, COVID-19 Research
Mitch Nakaue, Scholarly Communication Librarian, Houghton Library, Harvard Library Bulletin
Ceilyn Boyd, Research Data Program Manager, Digital Strategies and Innovation at Harvard Library
Monique Lassere, Digital Archivist, Houghton Library
Pablo Morales Henry, Senior Developer and Archivist for Born-Digital Materials, Schlesinger Library
Jess Rios, Service Design and Assessment Librarian, Harvard Law School Library
Sponsored by the Harvard Library Office for Scholarly Communication; Harvard Graduate School of Education, Gutman Library; Harvard Kennedy School of Government, Library & Knowledge Services; Harvard Medical School, Countway Library of Medicine; Digital Strategies and Innovation, Research Data Management Program.
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