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Bountiful Harvest? Collection-building Opportunities With Open Access
October 23, 2012 at 11:00 am
Columbia University, Butler Library, Room 523

How is open access changing the way libraries build their collections? Has it caused greater shifts in opportunities in the sciences or humanities? What are the most pressing challenges it presents? Join us for a lively debate on how librarians can support open access and use it to enrich the collections and services they offer.

Matthew Baker, Collection Services Librarian, The Burke Library at Union Theological Seminary
Pamela Graham, Director of Global Studies and Director, Center for Human Rights Documentation & Research, Columbia University Libraries/Information Services
Megan Wacha, Research and Instruction Librarian for Media and the Performing Arts, Barnard College

This event is free and open to the public, and is part of Open Access Week 2012 at Columbia University.


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10/16/2012, 21:35

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10/16/2012, 18:30