UTS ePRESS launches a new eBook, History, Power, Text: Cultural Studies and Indigenous Studies, edited by Timothy Neale, Crystal McKinnon and Eve Vincent.
To celebrate this year's International Open Access Week, join us for a talk by Associate Professor Alex Holcombe.
DATE: Friday, 24 October, 2014
TIME: 12pm - 1pm
VENUE: Learning Commons, Level 3, City Campus Library
To celebrate International Open Access (OA) Week, UTS Library will be running a series of excellent OA-related workshops.
UTS ePRESS proudly announces a new item that will soon be joining their collection: Voice, Presence, Absence, forming part of the Media Object collection.
As part of this year's International Open Access Week celebrations, UTS Library will be proudly marking the 10th Anniversary of UTS ePRESS.
Open Access promotes the global dissemination of information and knowledge via the internet, free of any financial, legal or technical restraints. It is a movement that has been gaining great momentum over recent years.
The #OpenAccess movement continues to evolve!
- history and rationale: publically funded research, growth of Internet.
- Traditional versus OA publishing: costs, access, online
- Benefits of OA: impact, reputation, internationalisation, global reach, return on tax $$$
Models: 2 main