David Weinberger Talks With Peter Suber About Open Access In a New Library Lab/The Podcast
The Harvard Library Innovation Laboratory at Harvard Law School has released Library Lab/The Podcast 002. This time two people who we mention on INFOdocket quite often, Dr. David Weinberger, Co-Director of the Library Lab and Dr. Peter Suber, a Fellow at the Berkman Institute discuss open access publishing.
Here’s a Paragraph From an Intro of Library Lab/The Podcast 002 Post by Dan Jones (via The Harvard Library Lab Blog):
Peter Suber — a fellow at Harvard’s Berkman Center for Internet & Society — is a leading policy strategist working for Open Access models. The Harvard Library Innovation Lab’s very own David Weinberger caught up with Peter for this week’s podcast to talk about Open Access, and the new challenges librarians face with making a growing body of digital scholarship actually usable and sortable.
The remainder of the introduction and the program itself can be accessed via this blog post. It runs 23:59.
See Also: The Open Access Tracking Project
A must read for OA day news. Updated daily. Peter Suber is the Founder of the OATP and is the Primary Contributor of Material. More Info About OATP and Additional Ways to Access the Project
See Also: JOHO the Blog
David Weinberger’s Personal Blog
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