Open Access Week Baked Goods - Retrospective

Here is a small collection of OA themed goodies over the years. Shout out to Gettysburg College’s 2014“Story of the Open Access Cookie Cutter”. Recipe included. Written by Janelle Wertzberge. It’s worth a reread! Updated version of the 3D cutter here.

Inspired? Share your creations #OAWeekBakedGoods or tag your old pics! #OpenAccessWeek2019 #OAWeek @davulis @NeilPBardhann OA@pitt

Photo Credit::

  1. Paul Stainthorp - OA cake 1Uploaded by Mietchen, CC BY-SA 2.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=17965788
  2. Linda Hall https://twitter.com/lindenehall/status/923072694538481664
  3. OA@Pitt http://www.openaccessweek.org/photo/our-favorites-are-back-oa-cooki...
  4. Alison Makins https://twitter.com/TheLibnLawyer/status/790382396952621061
  5. Daniel Hook https://twitter.com/danielintheory/status/791620587105972224
  6. Bepress Commonshttps://twitter.com/bepress_DC/status/922871676831858688
  7. Cupola.Gettysburg Commons  https://cupola.gettysburg.edu/oaweek14images/3/
  8. Amyblue1 http://www.liblog.port.ac.uk/blog/2016/03/15849/
  9. Digital Scholarship at Columbia Takes a (open) village! Chip Wolfe designed it; @gettysburg shared it; @ghostlyfu enhanced it; @davidascherer shared it via @LibPubCoalition listserv; our own @wvanti 3D-printed it. Now @terrainsvagues & @TheLibrarianM can bake #oaweek #openaccess cookies! https://cupola.gettysburg.edu/oaweek/2014/oapromotion2014/4/

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