On Open Access, Digital Scholarship and the Digital Humanities

(via @artslearninglab and http://www.artslearninglab.com/)

In the above short film Dr. Arianna Betti explains how she uses Open Access publications in her daily work and how Open Access can speed up research and increase collaboration between scholars.

Dr. Betti: 'Right now, we still must choose between Open Access and prestige. Let's keep our copyright. Let's put our publications online available in repositories. Let's choose the journals that have the best Open Access policies. And let's create new Open Access journals. At some point in the future there will be no distinction what so ever between prestige and Open Access. Because the future is Open Access.'

More information: www.openaccess.nl
Check out Jeroen Sondervan's great website Open Access in Media Studies for lots of useful information and links.

    Beyond the PhD 

    Blogs about Open Access 

    BlogScholar.com - Home 

    Dialogic (Thivai Abhor) 
    Digital Natives 
    Everybody's Libraries 

    Jurn blog (Dave Haden)

    Lessig Blog 



    One-Way Street 
    Open Access Anthropology
    Open Access News 

    Open Culture

    Reading Marx's Capital with David Harvey

    Software Studies 
    Tama Leaver dot Net 
    The Do It Yourself Scholar
    The Technium (Kevin Kelly)