Category Archives: Open Access

eTexts and eBooks

It goes without saying that eTexts or eBooks (there are important differences here) are an increasingly appealing option for both faculty members/instructors and students.  Mary Meeker has recently documented how 29% of adults in the US have tablet devices, up … Continue reading

Categories: Collaboration, Copyright, Open Access, Proceedings of THATCamp, Publishing, Session Proposals | 2 Comments

Open Access and Research

I’d like to consider The Directory of Open Access Journals among other examples of portals to/repositories of open access texts. I’m hoping that this discussion can push beyond even traditional academic journal sites. What might these spaces offer us as … Continue reading

Categories: Libraries, Open Access, Research Methods | 1 Comment