If you missed Open Access Day 2008 on October 14, don’t worry. Here are some tangible takeaways:
- The webcasts of Sir Richard Roberts and Dr. Phil Bourne are on the web now. Listen to them talk about what Open Access means to them and why it’s important.
- The “calls to action” or take-home messages are: USE open-access researach, SHARE your work, TAKE action, SHOW your support, GET connected
- Students: Check out the “Open Students: Students for Open Access to Research” site
- There are still lots of handouts, buttons and stickers left (PLoS, SciVee, eScholarship, Creative Commons, etc.). Learn more about Open Access by requesting a free packet from Nancy Stimson at firstname.lastname@example.org