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- Speakers Announced for the SPARC/World Bank Global Open Access Week kickoff eventCategories: Open AccessExternal News Link: Speakers Announced for the SPARC/World Bank Global Open Access Week kickoff eventSPARC (The Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition) and the World Bank are pleased to announce the following speakers for the Open Access Week 2013 kickoff event on Monday, October 21st starting at 3:00pm EDT in Washington […]Andrea Higginbotham
- An Opportunity for Your Campus to Support Open Access: Encourage your Provosts to sign Open Letter in Support of FASTRSeptember 16, 2013Author: Jeffrey S. Vitter, Lorraine Haricombe, Current Chair of SPARC Steering Committee, Anne Langley & Andrew Wesolek COAPI co-chairsFresh on the heels of last week's (September 10, 2013) well-attended Congressional briefing exploring the issue of public access to taxpayer funded research, a groundswell of support is taking shape […]Andrea Higginbotham
- Speakers Announced for the SPARC/World Bank Global Open Access Week kickoff event