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Note: This is a virtual presentation with an option for in-person viewing. People interested in attending the presentation virtually can register through the link above. Registration is not necessary for in-person viewing.
Funding agencies are requiring that publications and research data resulting from grant funds are made freely available. For scholarly articles, this creates a need to fund open access. For research data, there is now a need for support services and infrastructure to assist researchers with creating plans for managing their research data. These new or existing open access and research data mandates warrant a review of the issues surrounding the shift to open access, and what support is needed for researchers who are navigating how to make their research output and data available. This presentation will review the major issues with shifts to open access and research data management, and will summarize SUNY’s current planning and activities in these areas.
Presented by Shannon Pritting, interim director of the Office of Library and Information Services for SUNY. After the presentation, there will be approximately 30 minutes for in-person attendees to continue the conversation.
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