Thursday, Sept. 21, 10-11a
Location: MT 110
An overview of recent trends in scholarly communications with an emphasis on how faculty and graduate students can both protect their intellectual property and promote open access to research and creative works. Case studies will provide a basis for discussion and learning.
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