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May 2013 | Canberra

The 23rd Roundtable reflected on models for sustainable open access infrastructures that take into account the specificity of the Humanities and the Social Sciences in relation to serials, monographs and data

Programme [.pdf 80kb]

Presentations:

Open
 Access 
to 
Scholarship:
 A 
Global
 Overview [.pdf 1.3mb]
Colin Steele

Open
 Access 
in
 the Humanities and
 Social
 Sciences:
 Australian
 Developments [.pdf 852kb]
Dr Danny Kingsley

The ARC and Open Access [.pdf 1.3mb]
Professor Aidan Byrne

A Smarter Australia and Open Access [.pdf 1.8mb]
Belinda Robinson

Australian Government and Open Access [.pdf 2.2mb]
Professor John McMillan AO

Open 
Access
 for Humanities 
and
 Social
 Science Researchers 
in Australian Government eResearch,
 Data, 
and
 Policy Directions [.pdf 96kb]
Professor Gerard Goggin

Aaron's Army Fights the Trans-Pacific Partnership [.pdf 11.4mb]
Associate Professor Matthew Rimmer

Ownership, Impact and Young Researchers [.pdf 1.7mb]
Dr John Lamp

The Economics of Open Access [a link to the presentation is available here]
Professor John Houghton

Open Scholarship: Getting it Out There [.pdf 2.6mb]
Cathrine Harboe-Ree

Open Access: New E-Monograph Developments from the ANU E Press [.pdf 1.1mb]
Emeritus Professor James Fox

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