3. What is Open Access? "
•  Free of most
•  Perform peer review"
•  Make approved
available to the world"
•  May be supported by
•  Allow authors to make
their work more broadly
•  Require authors to
retain control of
5. Open Access at Dartmouth: Digital Initiatives "
Dartmouth College Library provides digital versions of its rich collections and archives to
advance teaching, learning, and to celebrate the Dartmouth Experience (2)"
Dartmouth Digital Library Initiatives, Dartmouth College Library, 10/06/10 http://www.dartmouth.edu/~library/digital/”
6. Open Access Publishing Services"
Provides funding to pay for publication fees in open access journals "
Provide ﬁnancial support for publishing in scholarly journals committed to free,
open access on the Internet"
Eligibility to Receive Funding"
Dartmouth graduate and
No other source of funding for
Journal is in DOAJ or pub-"
lisher meets OASPA Code"
8. Monday October 21st
3:00 PM to 4:30 PM
The Scholarly Publishing and Academic
Resources Coalition and the World Bank will
co-sponsor the kickoff event for OA Week
Heather Joseph (Executive Director, SPARC) will
moderate a 60-minute panel entitled “Open Access:
Join us in Baker 152 or watch the live stream online.
9. Wednesday October 23st
3:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Do you know about your rights as
an author? Come learn about
copyright, open access, and
Register online. Bring your own device.
10. Thursday October 24th
12:00 PM to 1:30 PM
Learn about the key exceptions in
copyright law that support
teaching and publishing.
Bring your own experiences,
examples, and questions!
Lunch will be served. Register online.