June 13, 2008

Scholars Speak: Interviews with scholars in various disciplines

From SPARC's June 10 press release:

The Create Change Web site emphasizes the rapid and irreversible changes occurring in the ways faculty share and use academic research results. The site outlines how the advancement of knowledge is fueled by accelerating and enhancing sharing - of journal articles, research data, simulations, syntheses, analyses and other findings. Create Change offers faculty practical ways to look out for their own interests as researchers and delivers the personal perspectives of scholars in 10 different disciplines, from music therapy to chemistry to microbiology, on the benefits of sharing. New interviews are added regularly.

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Comments are drawn from full-length interviews published on the Create Change Web site at http://www.createchange.org and target the advantages of depositing works in a digital repository, the ways communication should change in the digital environment, the impact of Open Access and how to maximize scientific progress.

http://www.createchange.org/cases/index.shtml

Interview subjects:

* Linda Hutcheon, Professor of English, University of Toronto
* David Morrison, Professor of Mathematics and Physics, University of California, Santa Barbara
* Carolyn Kenny, Professor of Human Development and Indigenous Studies, Antioch University
* Gary Ward, Professor of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics, University of Vermont
* Gordon Henry Guyatt, Professor of Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics, McMaster University, Ontario
* Roy Rosenzweig, former Professor of History and New Media, George Mason University
* Martin Osborne, Professor of Economics, University of Toronto
* Leslie Pack Kaelbling, Professor of Computer Science and Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
* Zhigang Suo, Professor of Mechanics and Materials, Harvard University
* R. Stephen Berry, Professor Emeritus in the Department of Chemistry and the James Franck Institute, University of Chicago

Posted by stemp003 at June 13, 2008 12:03 PM
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