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What would the cost of your last term paper be without library access?
In honour of Open Access Week 2014, I asked the question, “What would the cost of your last term paper be without library access?”. I strategically chose to parse the Works Cited section for a paper I wrote in December ...
Open Access Publishing
The presentation will begin with a definition of open access and an outline of its benefits. We will then go on to explain the two roads to open access and the ten flavours of open access as discussed by John Willinsky in ...
Creative Commons and Beyond
Learn more about creative commons (CC) and the licensing options available. Open access will be discussed in relation to copyright, clarifying the importance of creative commons. The Panton Principles will be explained, ...
CIHR Policy & Public Access to CIHR funded research: Jan 2010
Science librarians, Leila Fernandez, Rajiv Nariani & Marcia Salmon covered the following topics: - Finding journals which comply with CIHR Public Access Policy for Research Outputs - York Libraries support for Article ...
PubMed Central Canada & Faculty Perspectives: Open Access to Health Research at York University
The present study compares the differences between PubMed Central Canada, PMC (US), and UK PMC. Suggestions for developing a more robust PMC Canada along with faculty perspectives about this OA federal repository are discussed.
Publishing Trends and Open Access Journals at York University
As the fields of scholarly communication and academic publishing change rapidly, science librarians are highlighting different aspects of scholarly communication to their academic community. York University Libraries support ...
The Growth of Open Access Across Canadian Universities
This study documents the increase of Open Access (OA) publications emanating from Canadian Association of Research Libraries (CARL) member institutions. Free and subscribed databases are used to identify OA publications ...
New Alliances in Scholarly Publishing
(Canadian Library Association, 2003)