“Open for Collaboration” is the Open Access Week 2015 theme. Starting on October 19th, find an “Open Dartmouth: Research, Data, Code and Ideas” exhibit near you to learn why Dartmouth researchers share their work!
- This exhibit features posters of faculty who share their teaching and research openly and includes their individual insights into the ways broader access to their work impacts their research communities, their students, and the world.
- The exhibit is located in a variety of places on campus and online too:
- Baker-Berry Library, Main Street
- Fairchild Physical Sciences Center, Lobby
- MacLean Engineering Sciences Center, Atrium
- Online at the ARTstor Shared Shelf Commons
- See Open Dartmouth: Research, Data, Code, Ideas, a slideshow presentation
- This presentation will run continuously throughout the day in all of the above-listed locations. It highlights Dartmouth faculty as well as how and where they choose to publish their work openly.
- Pick up materials about ways to more broadly share your work!
More questions about Open Access Week and what’s happening at Dartmouth?
- Visit the Open Access Week 2015 at Dartmouth
- Contact us at the Scholarly Communication, Copyright, and Publishing Program
If you are publishing or sharing your work openly and would like to be included in our Open Dartmouth Exhibit, please contact either Barbara DeFelice or Jen Green within the Scholarly Communication, Copyright, and Publishing program.