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Open Access Week 2022


Open Access Publishing: Perspectives from Princeton and Rutgers-New Brunswick Universities Libraries

When: 10:30am-12:00pm, Thursday, Oct.27th 

Where: Zoom (Registration is Required)


           Wind Cowles, Director, Data, Research, and Teaching Services, Princeton University Library
          Jeff Carroll, Assistant Vice President for Scholarly Communication and Collections, Rutgers University Libraries
          Patty Gaspari-Bridges, Assistant University Librarian for Collection Development, Princeton University Library
          Yuan Li, Scholarly Communications Librarian, Princeton University Library
          Laura Mullen, Behavioral Sciences Librarian, Open Access Specialist, Rutgers University-New Brunswick Libraries
          Mei Ling Lo, Science Research Librarian, Rutgers University-New Brunswick Libraries
          Joe Marciniak, E-Resources Librarian, Princeton University Library


To celebrate International Open Access Week 2022, Princeton and Rutgers-New Brunswick Libraries will host a forum on Open Access publishing, including strategies, issues, funding, support, challenges, and more. Speakers from both libraries will share their perspectives followed by open discussion. Registration is only open to Princeton and Rutgers University personnel. Please click here to register. 


Open Access Week Game Night

When: 6:00pm-7:30pm, Tuesday, Oct. 25th

Where: Lewis-Engineering Library Collaborative Space (Next to the Makerspace)


Come join us for a fun night of games and pizza, with the added bonus of learning more about Open Access, publishing, and more. Registration is not required. But we would appreciate it if you can let us know here so we can plan on our food accordingly.  


Open Access Week Information Tables 

When: From Oct. 24-28

Where:Lobbies of Firestone Library, Stokes Library, and Lewis-Engineering Library


Stop by one of our Open Access Week information tables, grab one or more of our program brochures or informational flyers, and learn more about open access and how openness can help create pathways to more equitable knowledge sharing throughout the world.