For those of you regularly follow this blog, you’ll know that there have been several posts about open access, scholarly communication, and assessing the impact of your research; if these topics resonate with you, then this conference is a must attend. The University of Oklahoma Libraries is partnering with the OU Vice President for Research and the Oklahoma State University Libraries to host “Open Conversations About Open Access” for faculty and graduate students. Registration is free but seating is limited, so please reserve your seat by February 18th, 2013. Visit the conference website to view the full schedule and to register for the event. If you have questions, please contact Sarah Robbins, conference coordinator.
About Sarah Robbins
Sarah Robbins is the Director of Public Relations & Strategic Initiatives for the University of Oklahoma Libraries. She also is an adjunct instructor with the School of Library and Information Studies. Sarah holds a Masters degree in Library and Information Studies as well as a Masters of Education with an emphasis on Adult & Higher Education both from OU.
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