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Open access and the Art Library
Open access and the Art Library
Open access and the Art Library
Open access and the Art Library
Open access and the Art Library
Open access and the Art Library
Open access and the Art Library
Open access and the Art Library
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Open access and the Art Library

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A presentation given to my Art Librarianship class that summarized my research paper. It argues that open access is a key for the future of art scholarship. Art History as a discipline is attempting …

A presentation given to my Art Librarianship class that summarized my research paper. It argues that open access is a key for the future of art scholarship. Art History as a discipline is attempting to become more global, but in order for their to be a global discourse scholarship needs to be available without pay-walls. I see the role of the librarian as that of facilitator, encourages art historians to make their work open access, and demonstrating how to find open access materials.

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  • 1. OPEN  ACCESS &  THE ART  LIBRARY   What's an art librarian to do?
  • 2. What is Open Access? There are two basic flavors Open Access Journals Institutional & Subject Repositories _____________________________________________________
  • 3. Why does Art History need open access? _____________________________________________________
  • 4. Open Access is a global phenomenon, and is accessible worldwide _____________________________________________________
  • 5. That's great, but where do librarians fit in? _____________________________________________________
  • 6. Open Access is hard to find, if you don't know where to look What about BHA, Art Index, or Art-Bibliographies Modern? Not so much. _____________________________________________________
  • 7. Institutional Repositories take work, need love to grow • Created and maintained by Libraries   • Ideally filled with content by faculty   • Is this happening? Somewhat. _____________________________________________________
  • 8. The End!
    • Open Access Resources:
    •      DOAJ
    • • Directory of Open Access Journals - doaj.org
    •      OpenDOAR
    • • Directory of Open Access Repositories - opendoar.org
    •      OASIS
    • • Open Access Scholarly Information Sourcebook www.openoasis.org     BOAI
    • • Budapest Open Access Initiative
    • www.soros.org/openaccess/index.shtml
    •      SPARC
    • • Scholarly Publishing & Academic Resources Coalition www.arl.org/sparc/
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