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Open Access Week

Open Access Week Schedule of Events

Date & Time
Location Event Description
Monday, October 24, 2011

3:30 - 5:00 pm
McIntyre Library Breezeway, 2nd Floor
Open Access Week Kick-Off Reception Join the McIntyre Library faculty to preview Open Access week and to chat about issues related open access, like copyright, fair use, and scholarly communication.  Light refreshments will be served.
Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Noon - 1 pm
CETL, Old Library 1142
Open Access Opportunities: Minds@UW and PubMed Central
Open access is not just a buzz word; it has the potential to radically change the academic landscape!  This presentation will examine issues related to open access with a focus on two open access options available to the UW-Eau Claire community: Minds@UW and PubMed Central.
Wednesday, October 26, 2011

1 pm - 2 pm
CETL, Old Library 1142
Fair Use in the Classroom
What does "fair use" of copyrighted material mean?  At this talk you will receive practical advice about managing copyright risk with the video, images, and print material used in your classroom.  We will discuss current copyright controversies about e-reserve and streaming video.  Finally, we hope you bring your questions about fair use in the classroom and D2L.
Thursday, October 27, 2011

Noon - 1 pm
CETL, Old Library 1142
Know Your Rights: Publishing and Author Agreements Want to know more about publication agreements and how they impact you?  This presentation will explore the complex world of publication agreements.  We will discuss why authors should be aware of their rights and provide more information about those rights.  Our goal: To help you understand your rights as an author!
Friday, October 28, 2011

1 pm - 4 pm
Library Instruction Lab L 1033
Drop In Workshop: Depositing Your Scholarship in Minds@UW Want to learn more about Minds@UW, the University of Wisconsin System's Institutional Repository?  This is your chance!  This drop-in workshop will introduce you to Minds@UW, showcase how Minds@UW can be utilized, and provide a venue for you to ask questions and get answers.  All faculty, students, and staff are welcome.


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