OpenOxford, Open Access, and the Transformation of Discovery: Recent Developments in Open Access, Collections and Systems Support for Research-Intensive Universities

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OpenOxford, Open Access, and the Transformation of Discovery: Recent Developments in Open Access, Collections and Systems Support  for Research-Intensive Universities

Time: September 19, 2013 from 9:30am to 3pm
Country: 272 Hillman Library
Street: 3960 Forbes Avenue
City/Town: Pittsburgh
Website or Map: https://maps.google.com/maps?…
Phone: 412-648-3330
Event Type: open, access, guest, speaker
Organized By: OA@Pitt
Latest Activity: Sep 11, 2013

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You are invited to hear Catriona Cannon, Associate Director of the Bodleian Libraries, co-editor of Transforming the Bodleian, and member  of the arXiv advisory board, speak to the ULS on reconstructing the methods through which the research library supports scholars and contributes to the advancement of knowledge. 

Ms. Cannon has been engaged in not only renewing the Bodleian Libraries’ collections services for 21st century scholars, but also the  UK’s national transition to open access and the renewal of legal deposit requirements for the digital age. Through her many activities, she demonstrates the path to enhancing library systems, service and support for knowledge creation in research-intensive universities.

Session 1:
"Scholarly Communication and Open Access"
Thursday, September 19, 10 to 11 am
Room 272, Hillman Library 

Session 2: 
"Rethinking the Library Catalogue, Again" 
Thursday, September 19, 2 to 3 pm 
Room 272, Hillman Library 

See additional program details here

CONTACT US

Office of Scholarly Communication and Publishing 
E-Mail: oscp@mail.pitt.edu

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