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Open Everything Series

November 6, 2012
Christopher Matson

The Lane Medical Library is presenting the Open Everything Series, with three events over the course of the next week:

1. Trends and Emerging Issues Relating to Open Access, Open Data with Lauren Schoenthaler, Senior University Counsel, Stanford University
November 6
Tuesday, 2- 3:30 pm, LK102

2. Stanford Digital Repository with Mimi Calter, Assistant University Librarian & Chief of Staff
November 8
Thursday, 3-4:30 pm, LK102
 
3. Learning in the Wild: What Open Learning Could Mean for Teachingwith Amy Collier, Director for Technology and Teaching, Office of the Vice Provost for Online Learning
November 14
Wednesday, 2:00 – 3:30 pm, LK102

From the Open Knowledge web page:
 
At Stanford's Lane Medical Library & Knowledge Management Center our mission is to enable biomedical discovery by connecting people with knowledge.
 
As part of this mission, we advocate for open access to all forms of knowledge. The global Open Access movement has vastly increased access to journal articles, data sets, and other knowledge media. Yet, many of these valued scholarly resources are only available to those who pay for access.
 
Join us and our OPEN EVERYTHING speakers as we explore the future possibilities of shared scholarship.
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