We’ve already announced the Open Access Week Double Feature, the October 26 event consisting of a two-hour morning session about authors’ rights and a CUNY institutional repository and a two-hour afternoon session about open access curricular materials. And now we’re thrilled to announce the day’s presenters:
Morning Session (10am-noon):
10am-11am: Authors’ Rights Workshop
Presenters: Stephen Francoeur (Library, Baruch), Ann Matsuuchi (Library, LaGuardia), and Maura A. Smale (Library, City Tech)
11am-noon: Panel Presentation on Progress Toward a CUNY Institutional Repository
Presenters: Jill Cirasella (Library, Brooklyn), Stephen Klein (Library, Grad Center), and Polly Thistlethwaite (Library, Grad Center)
Afternoon Session (2pm-4pm):
2pm-3pm: Temple University Library’s “Ditch That Textbook” Project: How to Make it Work in Your Classroom
Presenter: Kristina Baumli (English, Temple University)
3pm-4pm: Panel Presentation by CUNY Faculty Who Have Created and/or Used Open Access Textbooks or Other Educational Materials
Presenters: Susan Amper (English, Bronx), James DiGiovanna (Philosophy, John Jay), Philip A. Pecorino (Philosophy, Queensborough and SPS), Michael Waldman (Library, Baruch)
Plus: A light breakfast will be served in the morning session!
Location: Graduate Center, Room 9205
Space is limited — RSVP required
Please RSVP to Jill Cirasella (cirasella [at] brooklyn.cuny.edu) or Maura Smale (msmale [at] citytech.cuny.edu), and please indicate whether you’d like to attend the morning session, afternoon session, or both.
Sponsored by the LACUNY Scholarly Communications Roundtable (https://commons.gc.cuny.edu/groups/lacuny-scholarly-communications-round-table/), the Open Access Publishing Network @ CUNY (https://commons.gc.cuny.edu/groups/oapn/), the UFS Open Access Advisory Group, and the CUNY Graduate Center’s Mina Rees Library.
We invite you to join us for a post-2012 OA Week mixer. Come if you’d like to meet up with folks who are interested in discussing free culture and new forms of publishing and (scholarly) communication. Join us for OA Week wrap-up drinks, discussions and brainstorming about what’s next.
All are invited, no need to rsvp, and bring a friend!
Friday, October 26
Beginning at 6pm
Rattle N Hum
14 East 33rd Street, Manhattan, NY
(between 5th and Madison)