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Video Resources for Scholarly Communication

Here is a selection of videos, all available on the web for open access, discussing current issues in scholarly communications.  We're particularly fond of the overview lecture by Peter Suber, "What is Open Access".


Columbia University Libraries/Information Services - Scholarly Communication Program

ACRL Scholarly Communication Toolkit

Video About Open Access

Sparky Awards:  short video presentations that demonstrate the value of sharing information


Welcome to Open Access Week 2009

Open Access 101 (from SPARC for OA Week 2009)

Open Access Videos: six 1-minute video presentations from a Teacher,  Librarian,  Funder,  Student,  Physician Scientist and a Patient Advocate on why Open Access Matters to them 

Benefits of Open Access: BioMed Central's authors and editors discuss the benefits of open access

What is Open Access? (Peter Suber)

Grasping What is Already Within Immediate Reach: Universal Open Access Mandates (Stevan Harnad)

The Lighter Side

Open Access Manifesto

Librarian vs. Stereotype:  Scholarly Communication

Open Access of Death

To Infinity and Beyond  (Sparky Award Grand Prize Winner 2008)

Share (Sparky Award Grand Prize Winner 2007)

Priceless (2008 Sparky Award entrant)

Reframing our World (Sparky Award entrant)

Introducing Le Book: new technology in ye old days (like today?)

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