Open Access : the Power of One (or, how one individual moved an institution toward adopting an open access policy)
Manning, Cara C.
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A presentation and discussion on the ongoing process to elevate open access in Woods Hole, sponsored by the MBLWHOI Library in observance of International Open Access week. Presented 25 October 2016 at the Smith Lab, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Woods Hole, MA
Suggested CitationPresentation: Manning, Cara C., "Open Access : the Power of One (or, how one individual moved an institution toward adopting an open access policy)", https://hdl.handle.net/1912/8471
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