The goal of Open Access Week at Georgia Tech is to raise awareness among faculty and students of the concept of open access and their options as authors, editors, reviewers, society members, and teachers for ensuring the widest possible access to research.

Recent Submissions

  • Georgia Tech Faculty Panel: Perspectives on Open Access 

    Fortnow, Lance; Chang, Michael; Yoganathan, Ajit P.; Best, Michael L. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2013-10-23)
  • Faculty Panel: Open Access and the Digital Humanities 

    Bogost, Ian; Herrington,TyAnna; Wharton, Robin; Varner, Stewart; Croxall, Brian (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2013-10-25)
  • Information Now: Open Access and the Public Good 

    Hagenmaier, Wendy; Rolando, Lizzy; Rascoe, Fred; Cohen, Dan; George, Christine; Watkins, Kari; Suber, Peter; Chang, Michael (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2013-10-21)
    Every year, the international academic and research community dedicates a week in October to discuss, debate, and learn more about Open Access. Open Access in the academic sense refers to the free, immediate, and online ...
  • Open Notebook Science: Transparency in Research 

    Bradley, Jean-Claude (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-10-23)
    This presentation will outline strategies for collecting, processing, and disseminating chemical information as Open Data. Bradley will discuss melting point and solubility datasets and models. In his talk, Bradley will ...
  • Doing Science in the Open 

    Nielsen, Michael (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2011-10-03)
    The internet is causing a radical change in how science is done. In this talk I'll describe how mass online collaborations are being used to prove mathematical theorems; how online markets are allowing scientific problems ...
  • Expanding the Reach of Your Research: An Open Forum on Authorship and Your Intellectual Property 

    Harrell, Evans M., II; Beck, Joseph M.; Herrington, TyAnna K.; Harvey, Stephen C.; Bobick, Aaron (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2010-10-21)
  • Discussion Panel 

    Best, Michael L.; Mark, Leo; Nickerson, John M.; Roper, Kathy; Walters, Tyler O. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-10-23)
  • Leo Mark, Ph.D. 

    Mark, Leo (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-10-23)
  • Kathy Roper 

    Roper, Kathy (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-10-23)
  • John M. Nickerson, Ph.D. 

    Nickerson, John M. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-10-23)
  • Michael L. Best, Ph.D. 

    Best, Michael L. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-10-23)
  • The Future of Scholarly Publishing and the Open Access Debate 

    Luce, Richard E. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-10-23)
  • Introduction 

    Murray-Rust, Catherine; Walters, Tyler O. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-10-23)
  • Maximizing Scholarship's Impact: Barriers & Opportunities 

    Ober, John (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-10-15)
    As Director of the University of California's Office of Scholarly Communication, John assists the University and its ten campuses to create an environment that fosters, and a policy and service infrastructure that enables ...
  • Library Roles & Faculty Motivations 

    Van Orsdel, Lee (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-10-15)
    Lee Van Orsdel, Dean of University Libraries at Grand Valley State University, will give an overview of the major issues in scholarly communication focusing on understanding faculty motivations for participation in the ...