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Open Access (OA) commonly refers to making research outputs freely available to everyone with an internet connection. Now in its tenth year, International Open Access Week invites all who engage with scholarship to share perspectives and ideas about how best to transform knowledge creation and access to be more open and inclusive.
Internationally known OA advocates Heather Joseph, executive director of SPARC Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition, and John Willinsky, Stanford professor and founder of the Public Knowledge Project, joined Oct. 17 for a panel discussion on designing equitable foundations for open knowledge. The panel was moderated by Gerald R. Beasley, Carl A. Kroch University Librarian, Cornell University.