About Open Access

About Open Access

 
The University of New Mexico proudly supports open access. Open access (OA) is the free online distribution of digital literature. OA removes the barriers caused by subscription and licensing fees in order to promote scholarly growth.

This collection holds information about how OA works. A research guide to OA can also be found here.

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Articles

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Scholarly Communication Toolkit: Everything you need to know from copyright to advocacy, Philip J. Kroth and Holly E. Phillips

Other

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The Right to Research: The Student Guide to Opening Access to Scholarship, Gavin Baker, Forrest, and SPARC

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Create Change: New Systems of Scholarly Communication, Create Change

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What You Can Do to Promote Open Access, openaccess.org and Peter Suber

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Open Access, SPARC

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A Very Brief Introduction to Open Access, Peter Suber

Presentations

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How to Publish Your Journal in Open Access Venues, Kevin Comerford

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Take your open source apps with you everywhere with Portableapps, Matt Driver

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How to Publish Your Journal in Open Access Venues, Jonathan Eldredge and Kevin Comerford

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Open Access Textbooks as a Strategy for Lowering Student Costs, Jonathan Eldredge and Holly Phillips

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A How-To On Fair Use Graphic Resources and Using Open Source Applications GIMP and Inkscape, Naomi Gibbons

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Open Access @ UNM, Amy S. Jackson

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Open your mind: Learn how to use Open Source Applications Open Office, Audacity, Blender and Processing, Matthew Nelson

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The UNM eScholar Innovation Center, Holly Phillips, Jonathan Eldredge, and Amy S. Jackson

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Supporting Your Rights as an Author: UNM Libraries' Open Access & Author's Rights Services, Jonathan Wheeler and Jacob Nash

Technical Reports

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Report and Recommendations From the Scholarly Publishing Roundtable, Scholarly Publishing Roundtable and Association of American Universities