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Access to Knowledge Africa: The Role of Copyright

Dick Kawooya, University of South Carolina - Columbia

Author Addenda

Open Access Directory

Author Addenda: An Examination of Five Alternatives

Peter Hirtle

Author's Addendum

Science Commons
Creative Commons

Authorship in a Digital World - 10/30/2014, Harvard University

Authors Alliance

Bridging the Gap between Digital Measures and Digital Commons in support of open access: Or, how I learned to stop worrying and love human mediation

Andrew Wesolek, Clemson University

Common Ground at the Nexus of Information Literacy and Scholarly Communication

Stephanie Davis-Kahl
Merinda Kaye Hensley

Copyright Considerations for Institutional Repositories

Andrew Wesolek, Clemson University

Copyright Crash Course - Open Access

Georgia K. Harper, University of Texas at Austin

Copyright Crash Course - Who Owns What?

Georgia K. Harper, University of Texas at Austin

Copyright Crash Course - Your Rights as a Copyright Owner

Georgia K. Harper, University of Texas at Austin

FAQ: Authorship and Ownership in U.S. Copyright Law

Authors Alliance

How Subject Librarians make Better IRs and how IRs make better subject Librarians

Andrew Wesolek, Clemson University
Kacy Lundstrom, Utah State University

Introduction to Open Access

Molly Keener, Wake Forest University
Kevin L. Smith, Duke University

Librarians Transforming Textbooks: The Past, Present, and Future of the Affordable Learning Georgia Initiative

Jeff Gallant, USG/Affordable Learning Georgia

Open Access

Peter Suber, Harvard University

Open Access in 15 Minutes (or Less)

Isaac Gilman

Open Access Policies at ASERL Libraries

Christine Fruin, University of Florida Libraries

Open Access: A Researcher's View

Erin C. McKiernan, Wilfrid Laurier University

Open and Editable: Exploring Library Engagement in Open Educational Resource Adoption, Adaptation and Authoring

Anita R. Walz, Virginia Tech

Open Educational Resources (OERs)

Devin Henson, Midlands Technical College

Open Educational Resources and Open Textbooks

Lauren B. Collister, University of Pittsburgh - Main Campus
John Barnett, University of Pittsburgh - Main Campus
Lauren Calloway, University of Pittsburgh - Main Campus

Open Educational Resources Presentation for Librarians with notes

Tucker T. Taylor, University of South Carolina - Columbia
Amie Freeman, University of South Carolina - Columbia

Open Educational Resources: Finding and Utilizing Affordable Course Materials

Tucker Taylor, University of South Carolina - Columbia
Amie Freeman, University of South Carolina - Columbia

OPEN Textbooks are HERE!

Julia E. Rodriguez, Oakland University

Opening up the Evidence: Evidence-Based Practice and Open Access

Isaac Gilman, Pacific University

Overview of Understanding Rights Reversion

Authors Alliance
Nicole Cabrera
Jordyn Ostroff
Samuelson Law, Technology, and Public Policy Clinic

Putting Money Where Our Mouths Are: Libraries Funding Open Access Publishing

Christine Fruin, University of Florida Libraries

Scholar's Copyright Addendum Engine (SCAE)

Science Commons
Creative Commons

The New Scholars: Library Publishing of Undergraduate Research Journals

Christine Fruin, University of Florida Libraries

The Work of Authorship

Mireille van Eechoud

Third Party Captioning and Copyright

Blake E. Reid, Colorado Law
Global Initiative for Inclusive Information and Communication Technologies

Understanding Rights Reversion: When, Why, & How to Regain Copyright and Make Your Book More Available

Author's Alliance
Berkeley Law's Samuelson Law, Technology, and Public Policy Clinic

USU Policy 535: Open Access to Scholarly Articles. What it is and what it means for us

Andrew Wesolek, Clemson University

What do you think about Intellectual Property

Ball State University
Richmond School of Law: Intellectual Property Institute

Why Libraries [Still] Matter

Jonathan Zittrain, Harvard Law School