Author Archives: Claude Potts
UC Berkeley joins movement demanding access to research
UC research should be free
MLA Embraces Open Access
“The journals of the Modern Language Association, including PMLA, Profession, and the ADE and ADFL bulletins, have adopted new openaccess-friendly author agreements, which will go into use with their next full issues. The revised agreements leave copyright with the authors and explicitly permit authors to deposit in openaccess repositories and post on personal or departmental Web sites the versions of their manuscripts accepted for publication. For more information on the new agreements, please contact the office of scholarly communication.”
originally posted on 6/5/12 on News from the MLA
Orphan Works & Mass Digitization: Obstacles & Opportunities [symposium]
Listen to expert speakers and download powerpoint presentations from this two-day symposium held at the Claremont Hotel in Berkeley, California on April 12-13, 2012. Made possible through the efforts of the Berkeley Digital Library Copyright Project and generous support from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.