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It’s here! The OSUL Libraries Winter Academy for Graduate Students and Faculty runs this week December 13th and 14th. Workshop
sessions include EndNote, Zotero, Mendeley, Journal Citation Reports and Web of Science. Sign up today, and we’ll save you a seat: http://osulibrary.oregonstate.edu/graduate-students. Questions? Contact Hannah [dot] Rempel [at] oregonstate [dot] edu
In celebration of Open Access Week 2011, OSU Libraries honored an inaugural class of Open Access “Hall of Famers”. This award has been established to acknowledge those who have worked to make OSU scholarship freely available online, whether by depositing their own work to ScholarsArchive@OSU, advancing Open Access of departmental publications, or advocating policies supporting the principles of Open Access. Our awardees have been leaders in starting an important conversation about how...
Oregon State University joined more than 300 leading international research, scientific, and cultural institutions last week when Provost Sabah Randhawa signed the Berlin Declaration. Recognizing that the Internet has changed the way knowledge and information is disseminated, the Berlin Declaration calls for open access to knowledge in the humanities and the sciences. By becoming a signatory, OSU aligns itself with a growing number of North American institutions of higher education committed...
To celebrate the Press’s fiftieth anniversary, they are making a selection of excerpts from twenty recent Press books available online from their website and ScholarsArchive@OSU. This sampler is entitled “Telling Oregon’s Stories: Oregon State University Press at Fifty."
OSU Press and the OSU Libraries Center for Digital Scholarship and Services are also pleased to announce the online availability...
As part of Open Access Week, Oregon State University
Libraries is pleased to be hosting a talk by MacKenzie Smith,
Science Fellow at the Creative Commons, on the impact of Open Access and
research data. Her talk, entitled, ³Open Access to Research Data: the Next Frontier,² will look at the open science movement, the
implications of open science and the roles of libraries to curate and
provide long-term preservation for scientific content. This will be a timely talk for both...