Winchester, MA Open Access to all types of information–research data, cultural heritage resources, public records or theses and dissertations–forms the basis for the future of global scholarship and civic engagement. To celebrate Open Access Week 2013 DuraSpace has gathered recordings and articles from our Professional Development resources (http://duraspace.org/professional-development) that will be of interest to libraries and cultural memory institutions working towards developing institutional capacity for curation, collection, management, access and long-term preservation of digital assets.
Each day of Open Access Week DuraSpace will publish a different set of resources with descriptions that correspond to open access “flavors”. Each day’s Open Access “flavor” will focus on an related open access issue, type of resource or technology solution.
Oct 21: Affordable Open Access
Oct 22: Permanent Open Access
Oct 23: Flexible Open Access
Oct 24: Research Data Open Access
Oct 25: Rich Media Open Access