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Open Access and Open Scholarship at DHSI

Published July 30, 2018 by Kim O'Donnell
The Benefits of Open Access (adapted from Danny Kingsley and Sarah Brown)

For a week in June, I joined seven other members of the Digital Humanities community from around the world for a week-long session called “Open Access and Open Scholarship” to learn more about how to responsibly make scholarly communication open and accessible to the public. I was at DHSI, the Digital Humanities Summer Institute at the University of Victoria, which has become one of the most well-attended DH training programs in North America.

Open Beyond the Academy: Building Community Through Open Social Scholarship

Published December 21, 2017 by Kim O'Donnell
Dr. Hannah McGregor and Dr. Raymond Siemens

SFU Library ended Open Access week on October 27th with a panel called Open Beyond the Academy: Building Community Through Open Social Scholarship, featuring Dr. Hannah McGregor (SFU) and Dr. Raymond Siemens (UVic). This panel aimed to discuss the ways digital humanities work is accessible and accountable to non-academic communities.

Tension and Risk in Open Scholarship

Published December 13, 2017 by Kim O'Donnell
Sue Doner, Lisa Nathan, Amanda Coolidge, Christina Illnitichi, Dave Gaertner, Jessica Gallinger

The term Open Scholarship refers to the practice of making academic research and education freely available to both other members of the academy and the public. For many scholars, educators, librarians, and students, Open Scholarship represents a positive direction for the academy as a place of public access, inclusion, and engagement. Openness does, however, present challenges, and on October 26, 2017, panelists and participants gathered at BCIT to discuss these challenges and how to remain mindful of them.

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