What All Library Staff Should Know About Open Access to Research

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Presented at the NEOS Miniconference June 6, 2014 at MacEwan University in Edmonton, AB.

How much do you really know about open access publishing? What about other research resources like open data? This session will provide library staff with a toolkit of need-to-know resources and strategies to better assist users with accessing publicly available research findings on the Internet.

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What All Library Staff Should Know About Open Access to Research

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