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2018 ALA Midwinter Meeting
Hey #alamw2018 - come and learn about the road to #beprexit at the ACRL/SPARC Forum today at 3!
Thousands of Wharton Faculty Papers Now Available on ScholarlyCommons
Some thoughts on what we learning in making thousands of Wharton faculty papers available.
48 hours: What we’ve done, what we’ve heard
It’s been two days since we released the statement that Penn Libraries will be looking for alternatives to bepress, and, wow, what a response! I wanted to take this opportunity to continue ou…
Publishers increasingly in control of scholarly infrastructure and this is why we should care
The Knowledge G.A.P.
Publishers are increasingly in control of scholarly infrastructure and why we should care A Case Study of Elsevier Written by: Alejandro Posada and George Chen, University of Toronto Scarborough Over the last few decades, there has been
This is EXACTLY why we need #beprexit and similar movements.
Documenting Penn Libraries' journey toward open source repository solutions
Penn Libraries to End Partnership with bepress