News - The OLH short-documentary is now online!

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The Open Library of Humanities has been working together with the Derek Jarman Lab to produce a short-video about the OLH. The film, which was launched this week, is an interview-led documentary in which some Open Library of Humanities team members and key partners talk about the platform and discuss open access and the humanities, sustainable publishing models to support open access and the changing role of libraries within this new landscape of scholarly publishing. The film features interviews with Martin Eve (Director of the Open Library of Humanities), Andy Byers (OLH Senior Publishing Technology Developer), Ernesto Priego (City UoL, Editor of The Comics Grid), Ross Mounce (Director of Open Access Programmes, Arcadia), Chris Banks (Director of Library Services, Imperial College), Caroline Magennis (University of Salford, Editor of Agreement 20 Special Collection) and Erzsébet Tóth-Czifra (Open Science Officer, DARIAH-EU), and a conversation between Paula Clemente Vega (OLH Marketing Officer) and Helen Saunders (OLH Editorial Officer).


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01/16/2019, 14:52

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01/16/2019, 09:52