to research and scholarship has been facilitated by
digital technology. For several years all medical research funded by the
National Institute of Health and Science has been made accessible free
on Internet. Today there are many open access peer reviewed academic
journals represented in the Directory of Open Access Journals (http://www.doaj.org/
In order to foster awareness of the open access movement on campus, the
University Libraries are organizing a series of activities during the
week of 18-22 October, designated as National Open Access Week
activities will include webcasts, workshops, and awareness tables. Below
you will find the time and place of those activities.
11am-1pm- Coffman Union, awareness table
12 noon - 310 Walter Library, webcast of address by Nobel Laureate
Dr. Harold Varmus, Director of the National Cancer Institute at the
kickoff of National Open Access Week
1:30-3:30pm- Walter Library, awareness table
10:30am-12:30pm - St. Paul Student Center, awareness table
1-3pm - Magrath Library, awareness table
3:15-4:15pm- 81 Magrath Library, workshop "Making Your Own Work OA"
2-4pm- Bio-Medical Library (Diehl Hall) awareness table
11am-1pm- Wilson Library awareness table
12 noon- S30B Wilson Library, replay of address by Noberl Laureate
Dr. Harold Varmus at the kickoff of National Open Access Week
12:30-1:30pm - 310 Walter Library, workshop "Making Your Own Work OA"