monopolies of invention

Connotea Imports 2012-07-31

Summary:

"My happiest conversations with our Library’s brilliant IP lawyer happen when a project’s grant money comes with strings that absolutely require open source code and open access content, no matter who contributed to its construction. All of the Mellon Foundation’s grants do, now, for instance, and that’s what saved the NINES project some huge headaches. The open-access mandate of the NIH is bringing this approach to federally-funded medical research. What would it take to expand the mandate to the NEH? If you value open access and the liberties it grants to your collaborators, you should explore this issue with the funders of your research...."

Link:

http://nowviskie.org/2009/monopolies-of-invention/

Updated:

09/08/2010, 22:01

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Tags:

oa.mandates oa.copyright oa.humanities oa.neh oa.mellon oa.policies oa.ssh

Authors:

petersuber

Date tagged:

07/31/2012, 16:33

Date published:

08/31/2010, 16:13