Helping institutions embrace open access - IndiaBioscience

Amyluv's bookmarks 2017-11-18


"On 28th October 2017, a group of panelists in the faculty hall at Indian Institute of Science (IISc), discussed the framework of policies that can help academic institutions embrace open access in letter, spirit and action. The discussion was a part of week-long activities organised by DST-Centre for Policy Research (DST-CPR) at IISc to increase awareness and acceptability for open access publishing in India. The panel included Jayant Modak, Deputy Director, IISc, Satyajit Mayor, Director of National Centre for Biological Sciences and inStem, Padmini Ray Murray, Vice-Chair, Global Outlook: Digital Humanities, NV Sathyanarayana, Chairman &Managing Director, Informatics India Ltd. and Madan Muthu, visiting faculty at DST-CPR at IISc. The discussion was anchored and moderated by Sunil Abraham, Executive Director, Centre for Internet and Society."


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Date tagged:

11/18/2017, 17:35

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11/18/2017, 12:35