International Open Access Week is a global event where Open Access advocates engage their communities to teach them about the potential benefits of Open Access and to share what they’ve learned with colleagues. Open Access Week, founded in 2008, is organized by SPARC, a non-profit advocacy organization that supports open systems for research and education in partnership with the Open Access Week Advisory Committee. UNM is participating in this event by disseminating information on global events and through illustrating to the local community how Open Access materials positively impact climate justice.

The University Libraries, Health Sciences Library and Informatics Center (HSLIC), and the UNM Law Library have collaborated to bring the UNM community and the global community access to lectures, panels, and workshops on topics related to Open Access research and Open Educational Resources.

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