Increasingly, funders, publishers, universities, and governments are mandating open policies and practices. In the design of new systems that produce and distribute knowledge openly, we must think critically and act with intention to ensure that these systems serve the diverse needs of a global community. This panel of speakers will explore how to increase equity and inclusiveness within scholarship as research becomes more open. Facilitated by Asssociate Chief Librarian, Bobby Glushko.
List of speakers:
1. Candance Brunette - PhD Candidate in Critical Policy, Equity and Leadership Studies
2. Nafiz Shuva - PhD Candidate in Library Information Science. Research is focused on digital inclusion and open access in developing countries
3. Thomas Peace - Assistant Professor in Canadian History and member of the Open Educational Resources Campus Working Group