Thank you to everyone who helped with Open Access Week 2017 activities! I wanted to share with you a summary of our celebration this year. In person activities: Sign up for an ORCID ID Tuesday, Oct. 24th, from 1-3 in the College of Liberal Arts (CLA) Building 18 students, faculty,… read more
Archives for October 2017
ORCID and Cookies in CLA today
Come visit us over in the CLA building today from 1-3pm. We’ll set up on the main floor hallway and will be talking about ORCID identifiers. If you want to learn more about ORCID or just want to chat with some friendly librarians, that’s where you can find us.
Open Access Week 2017
Knowledge unfortunately isn’t free. Much of the research being conducted at universities, colleges, and institutes around the world is written up by professors, graduate students, and research associates and published in toll-access (subscription) journals. Anyone lacking a subscription to that journal will not be able to access the articles published there. This… read more
Office hours today
If you have a question about Texas Data Repository, Texas ScholarWorks, managing your data, copyright, or open access come visit us today (10/18). We’ll be in PCL 3.120 from 10:00am-12:00pm.
OA Week Promotional Materials
We’re getting excited for Open Access Week 2017 and wanted to share some of the posters we’ve created. They are all licensed CC-BY, so go ahead and reuse/remix them! Sticker Shock OA and OER Paying for Articles – Don’t Do It! Library Haiku ORCID Identifiers We’re having three activities for OA… read more
Open access from a researcher's perspective
As part of our Open Access Week 2017 celebrations, we’ll be sharing guest blog posts from UT Austin researchers throughout the month of October. You can find the posts on the UT Libraries Tex Libris blog. Our first guest post from K. Sata Sathasivan is now available. Check back with… read more