"Wits are celebrating Open Access on the 24th & 26th Of October at lunchtime with the following workshops:
24 October 2011 (Monday) 13.00-14.00
Wartenweiler Conference Room, 4th Floor
Theme: Open Access…"
"Well posted Derek, and wholehearted support for smaller, practical increments of openness. There's a healthy dimension of semi-permeability as we grow the infrastructure, business models and cultural space that allows for tinkering, creativity…"
"Professor Derek Keats (Deputy Vice Chancellor, Knowledge and Information Management) and Susan Veldsman (Director: Scholarly Publishing Unit, Academy of Science of South Africa) launched our lunchtime Open Access Week seminars. Take a listen to the…"
I picked up an interesting blog post by Laura Czerniewicz, where she argues that it is useful to think about degrees of openness on a continuum, rather than open/closed as a binary. She links to a paper entitled Degrees of Openness: The emergence of Open Educational Resources at the University of Cape Town by…See More
"A big thank-you to those of you in the Western Cape that took time out of your busy schedule to connect in real time with Tessa and I. Returned home with my head spinning and a real sense of gratitude to all those people that shared their…"
"Hi Derek, yes, that's what I noticed. Are you meeting with Paul Scott and co at the Free Software Innovation Unit? Or Philipp Schmidt (OCW)? If you have time for a chat (lunch?), call me on 0823191700 or x2923.
Would be good to meet but you may…"
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Hi Derek, yes, that's what I noticed. Are you meeting with Paul Scott and co at the Free Software Innovation Unit? Or Philipp Schmidt (OCW)? If you have time for a chat (lunch?), call me on 0823191700 or x2923.
Would be good to meet but you may not have time if it's a flying visit