In Practice: Interviews with Practitioners of Open highlights the work of practitioners and scholars in the areas of scholarly communication, fee-free open-access publishing, open educational resources, open data, and beyond.
Launched as part of Harvard Library’s celebration of International Open Access Week 2021, In Practice: Interviews with Practitioners of Open, highlights the work of practitioners and scholars in the areas of scholarly communication, fee-free open-access publishing, open educational resources, open data, and beyond.
We aim for these interviews to provide a glimpse into how members of the open community approach their work, develop their goals, and identify the factors they take to be critical to realizing a more open and equitable future for scholarly pursuits—a future in which we all may participate in activities of discovery and access, creation and sharing, remixing and rebuilding.
We hope you enjoy this series.
With gratitude to all those we have interviewed for sharing their perspectives and making this series possible. With special thanks to those who contributed to the inaugural set of interviews: Harrison W. Inefuku, Colleen Lyon, Francesco Maggi, Enrico Valdinoci, Apurva Ashok, Edouard Mathieu, Mitch Nakaue, Julie Goldman, and Amy Nurnberger.
Colleen Cressman, Series Editor
Rebecca Martin, Contributing Editor, 2021
Katie Mika, Contributing Editor, 2021
Text: © 2021-2022 the President and Fellows of Harvard College and licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (CC BY 4.0) license