Georgia State University Professors Carrie Freeman, Jill Littrell, Monica Swahn and Dennis Young express their views on open access, institutional repositories, and the future of scholarly publishing in 14 featured interview clips currently available on ScholarWorks. The professors address the following topics:
- Carrie Freeman: “I just want people to read what I’m doing“
- Monica Swahn: “It’s hugely beneficial“
- Dennis Young: “Disseminate your ideas“
- Jill Littrell: “Democratize the process“
- Monica Swahn: “It’s important for me to give back“
- Carrie Freeman: “Ideas are more accessible globally now“
- Dennis Young: “What’s your objective?“
- Monica Swahn: “A tremendous change“
- Jill Littrell: “Have more citations“
- Dennis Young: “It’s a resource“
- Carrie Freeman: “It’s not hard to get your stuff online“
- Dennis Young: “If Not for Profit, for What?“
- Jill Littrell: “More ways to get the message out“
- Monica Swahn: “A lot of misconceptions about open access“
Open access institutional repositories like ScholarWorks @ Georgia State University have the progressive goal of democratizing information access but are also fully compatible with traditional scholarly practices such as peer review, citation, and intellectual property.
Scholarworks @ Georgia State University includes scholarly and creative works, research, publications and reports contributed by the faculty and students of Georgia State University. The institutional repository is administered by the Georgia State University Library in cooperation with individual departments and academic units of the University.
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