Jasper Lee Maenzanise
  • Harare
  • Zimbabwe
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First name
Jasper Lee
Last name
Maenzanise
Organization/institution name
Harare Institute of Technology
Type of institution
Academic Institution
What's your position?
Librarian
What's the level of OA awareness where you are?
Low
What are your goals for OA Week?
1. To continue to market, promote and advocate Open Access to students, staff, researchers and the general public within and outside HIT;
2. To open debate and discussions on OA topical issues and proffer solutions on how to handle the topical issue of the so called 'Predator publishers' which seemingly is targeting OA publishers;
3. To provide a forum for academics from five institutions in Harare to open collaboration and come up with a road map for a national agenda on OA.
4. To buttress collaboration among academics and researchers and promote the continued communication and sharing of their research and scholarly output using the OA business paradigm in Zimbabwe now and into the future; and
5. To ensure that OA is widely known and accepted in Zimbabwe and elsewhere.
How did you hear of the OA Week site?
From INASP, eIFL, SPARC,Creative Commons,and from colleagues in the Zimbabwe University Libraries Consortium (ZULC)who have been actively participating in OA Week celebrations each year for the past 6 or so years.

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Open Access Week Kicks Off at the Harare Institute of Technology

The Open Access Mobile Vendor starts in earnest at HIT.

Activities commenced with the posting of OA posters throughout the campus and preparing the Mobile BikeDecorated%20Bike%203.jpg

Library Staff comprising Mr Nhakura and Mr Mambume take to the HIT streets to explain the OA as a pragmatic mode of…

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Posted on October 24, 2013 at 10:09am

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