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What is Open Access to Research?
Dr. Suber will describe open access, the simple idea with complex ramifications that is transforming the dissemination of science and scholarship. He'll discuss some of its history, including its recent successes, and explain why it's compatible with peer review, how we'll pay for it, why it doesn't violate copyright law, and why it will benefit authors at least as much as readers. Co-sponsored by Authors' Rights & Wrongs, Digital Libraries Colloquium, and Carnegie Mellon's University Lectures Series.