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For the Greater (Not) Good (Enough): Open Access and Information Privilege

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Distinguished Seminar Series talk at OCLC Headquarters in Dublin, Ohio on 9 November 2017. Discusses the concept that open access has had a huge impact on publishing and scholarly communication, yet who you are, what you earn, and how you research still create serious barriers to information availability.

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For the Greater (Not) Good (Enough): Open Access and Information Privilege

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