1. A Common Thread

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    28 March 2015: Keynote give at the Association of College and Research Libraries' 2015 Portland Convention. I show how three domains of my work are all animated by one idea. The three domains are "open access," "network neutrality," and so-called "campaign finance reform." The one idea is equality. I also debut a new hair style that I'm calling "the spike." Let me know what you think about either.

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    • Advanced Help for eScholarship Journal Editors - Using the Quick Submit Tool to Upload Complete Issues

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      This video will show eScholarship journal editors how to quickly upload complete issues or back content. These steps may also be used to submit and publish journal content that was processed outside of the submission management system. The steps outlined in this video bypass the available peer review and editing workflows. Justin Gonder is the eScholarship Operations Coordinator for California Digital Library.

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      • AIP Appoints Editor of APL Materials Judith MacManus-Driscoll to lead new open access journal in materials science

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        Judith L. MacManus-Driscoll Editor, APL Materials | http://aplmaterials.aip.org/ University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK My vision for APL Materials is that it will be a premier, international, rapid-publication, open-access journal in functional materials research. It will communicate the most valuable and timely research in the field, enabling us to further our quest for these critical discoveries. The journal will span the whole breadth of functional materials research, and will be supported by the long-standing publishing expertise of the AIP Publishing. Papers of outstanding quality and timeliness will be afforded a high-quality review process with fast turnaround, and will benefit from exceptional visibility and prestige once published. Learn more about the Editorial Team: http://aplmaterials.aip.org/about/editors_bios

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        • Alice Williamson - Chemistry Department, University of Sydney (statement for the OpenAIRE Conference 2012)

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          Alice Williamson - Chemistry Department, University of Sydney. Video message - OpenAIRE Conference "Enlightenment in the Knowledge Society: From Pilot to Service" - Göttingen State and University Library, 21 November 2012.

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          • Alma Swan on The Open Access Map

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            Open Access is now a global movement and initiatives are springing up across the world. But not all the projects are known and certainly they are not linked up systematically. It is important to have a single location where the diversity of OA initiatives around the world can be discovered. This will help to prevent duplication, will enhance collaboration, and will generally enable an approach where new projects properly build upon existing or completed ones. The Open Access map site will present a dynamic visual map of the world with all the known OA initiatives, developments, resources and projects. Users can choose to display selected projects, initiatives or services by selecting the desired search variable. The site will allow users to conduct searches or obtain overviews of Open Access developments around the world. A user could specify, for example, a particular country and see the number and types of repositories in that country, the institutions involved, the software used and so forth, along with the OA journals published from that country, their publishers, their titles, etc. Importantly, it will identify the key individuals who work on OA in that country so that others may contact them. In this way the site also serves as a networking tool, something that has the potential to facilitate and catalyse additional, new and innovative OA developments across the world. This is something new. No other service has attempted to bring information together in this way to provide a tool for networking on this scale.

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            • A Matter of Discipline: The State of Open Access in the Arts

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              Providing a survey of open access publishing in the arts, Patrick Tomlin will give us an overview of the two dominant "flavors" of open publishing, the open access journal and the institutional or disciplinary repository, examining successful examples of both in disciplines like art history, architecture and design. We will look at what obstacles are slowing the uptake of open access publishing by scholars in the arts, and what possible roles the art librarian might play in raising awareness of open access and other pressing scholarly communication issues. Speaker: Patrick Tomlin, Head of the Art + Architecture Library, Virginia Tech *This is an encore presentation of Patrick's ARLIS/NA 2010 Boston conference presentation.

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              • AnimalGarden at the Serpentine Marathon ("Walled Gardens"))

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                A toy-animal photocomic movie created from a slideshow at the Serpentine Marathon 2011 - theme "Walled Gardens" organised by David Rowan (WIRED). See http://blogs.ch.cam.ac.uk/pmr/2011/10/10/animal-garden-an-allegory-on-scholarly-publishing-and-walled-gardens/ for background.

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                • AnimalGarden interviews Gulliver, the Open Access turtle

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                  AnimalGarden are committed to Open Access and Open Data and promote these by movies, slideshows and photocomics. Here they interview Gulliver Turtle from BioMedCentral in a Panton Discussion (http://www-pmr.ch.cam.ac.uk/wiki/Panton_Discussions_2010 )

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