Is it time for more historians to re-think scholarly publishing? In what ways can an open-access and an open-source approach to publishing enhance knowledge mobilisation? This ongoing project of NiCHE Digital Infrastructure will explore these questions by collecting content links, resources, thoughts, and reflections on the subjects of copyright, the open-access movement, and scholarly publishing.
As this project begins to find its shape, we’ll start by offering a handful of sources to introduce readers to key texts on these subjects. Take a look and check back soon as we continue to develop this exciting new project.
For regular updates you can also follow: http://seankheraj.wordpress.com
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- More: Energy History and Energy Futures - April 10, 2019
- Nature’s Past Episode 63: Unbuilt Environments - March 25, 2019
- Nature’s Past Episode 62: Carbon Democracy and Canadian History - September 27, 2018
- Autumn Renewal - September 26, 2018
- The Complicated History of Building Pipelines in Canada - June 1, 2018
- Nature’s Past Episode 61: Why Graduate Students Study Environmental History - May 24, 2018
- The Great Epizootic of 1872-73 - May 3, 2018