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Libraries & Spaces
Participate in Upcoming Library Events on Scholarly Communication and Open Access
You are invited to join the Library for three upcoming events focused on Open Access, using the Internet in scientific research and DigitalGeorgetown:
A Lecture on Open Access – Wednesday, October 23 at 11:00 a.m., Murray Room, Lauinger Library
with Professor Rebecca Tushnet, Georgetown University Law Center
Georgetown University Library in conjunction with the Bioethics Research Library, the Georgetown Law Library and GU Press
In celebration of International Open Access Week, join us for a conversation to learn about Open Access, what it means for your scholarship and how the University is pursuing Open Access policies. Professor Tushnet will give an overview of the legal and practical implications of Open Access for scholarship and copyright. Then representatives from the University Library, the Bioethics Research Library, the Law Library and GU Press will talk about their initiatives in pursuit of Open Access. Refreshments will be served.
RSVP by October 18 to Kate Dohe, Digital Services Librarian, at email@example.com or 202-687-6387.
Fall Scholarly Communication Symposium: Scholarly Uses of the Internet in Science – Friday, November 1 at 10:00 a.m., Murray Room, Lauinger Library
with panelists Professor Anne Rosenwald, Department of Biology,
Professor Lisa Singh, Department of Computer Science,
Professor S. James Gates, Jr., University of Maryland Department of Physics
and moderator Professor Janet Mann, Departments of Biology and Psychology, Vice Provost for Research
This symposium brings together a panel of experts in computer science, biology and physics to discuss the ways that scientists use the Internet to create knowledge, disseminate and share data and communicate ideas, opinions and concepts. With examples from their own experience, the panelists will highlight some of the greatest opportunities and challenges new technologies offer the sciences. We will also explore the issue of whether the use of the Internet for scholarly communication in science differs from its use in the social sciences or humanities.
RSVP by October 28 to Bill Olsen, Social Sciences Bibliographer, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 202-687-9012.
Meet and Greet DigitalGeorgetown! – Thursday, November 14 from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m., Murray Room, Lauinger Library
with representatives from the University Library, Bioethics Research Library and Georgetown Law Library
Come meet with staff from the University Library, Bioethics Research Library and Law Library to learn about DigitalGeorgetown, the home of the Georgetown University Institutional Repository and digital collections. DigitalGeorgetown is a key component of the Library’s drive towards Open Access and serves as a permanent, safe and free place to make your scholarship available around the globe.
This is an informal drop-in reception with hands-on demonstrations. Refreshments will be served.
Questions? Contact Kate Dohe, Digital Services Librarian, at email@example.com or 202-687-6387.