PeerJ’s Publisher Speaks!

Peter Binfield

Co-founder of PeerJ
Open Access Publisher
 
Thursday, October 24,
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If academic publishing is broken, is PeerJ the cure? Come hear Pete Binfield explain how PeerJ can make the world a better place for authors, readers, reviewers and consumers of academic articles.

  • The Benefits of PeerJ
  • Some Advice to Authors
  • the Challenges of Publishing

Publishing Game-Changer: Open Access

John Willinsky

Khosla Family Professor of Education at Stanford University, Director of the Public Knowledge Project
 
Presented on Feb 14, 2013
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A presentation on the two-decade rise of open access publishing models, setting out the open access story of global impact, top-ranked journals, fee and no-fee journals, mega-journals, academic freedom and scholar-publishers, and, yes, "predatory OA publishers." John Willinsky has been studying this opening of research and scholarship for the last fifteen years, while actively contributing to its development.

Stanford Digital Repository

Mimi Calter

Assistant University Librarian & Chief of Staff
 
Presented on November 8, 2012
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Please join Tom Cramer, the libraries' Chief Technology Strategist; Amy Hodge, Science Data Librarian; and Mimi Calter, AUL & Chief of Staff, on November 8th to learn more about the SDR, your current options for depositing in the system, data preservation and security, tools for access, and future plans for the SDR and for data storage at Stanford.

 

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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.