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Title: Open Access | Open Grad Students
Authors: Harrison, Laurie
Keywords: open access publishing
graduate students
online theses
scholarly communication
Issue Date: 16-Jul-2009
Publisher: 4th International Conference on e-Learning
Abstract: While there is a rising interest in “Openness” in all aspects of education, support for “Open Access” as an accepted model for scholarly publishing is in particular changing the academic landscape for today’s graduate students. The Open Access movement has the potential to impact many facets of the graduate experience including: 1) participation in peer-reviewed Online Journal publishing initiatives 2) the induction process as researchers and producers of scholarly works, 3) distribution of scholarly resources through channels beyond traditional subscription by academic libraries. The relevance of Open Access publishing to the graduate student experience at the University of Toronto will be explored using examples and evidence from our academic programs and scholarly community.
Description: Conference Presentation
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1807/18029
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