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Open Access Task Force: Open Access & Academic Freedom

Introduction to Open Access, including information on publisher practices, definitions and other resources.

Open Access & Academic Freedom

The following articles were found by searching "Open Access" and "Academic Freedom" in Library, Information Science and Technology Abstracts, Library Literature, ERIC and Education Abstracts:

2004. IFLA Statement On Open Access to Scholarly Literature and Research Documentation. IFLA Journal 30, no. 1: 59-61.

2007. AAP tones down language in anti-open-access lobbying campaign. Newsletter On Intellectual Freedom 56, no. 6: 238. Available Full-text through Library, Informartion Science & Technology Abstracts

AAUP Journal of Academic Freedom.

Anderson, Rick. 2004. Open access in the real world: Confronting economic and legal reality. College & Research Libraries News 65, no. 4: 206-208. Full Text Available through the University of Utah's U-Space.

Association of American Publishers. Policy & Issues Web Site.

Battisti, Michèle. 2004. Open access to research results: a policy for the renewal of scientific publication? (Article in French). Documentaliste: Sciences De L'information 41, no. 4/5: 262-267.

Canadian Association of University Teachers, (CAUT). 2008. Retaining Copyright in Journal Articles. CAUT Intellectual Property Advisory. Number 1. Canadian Association of University Teachers. ED542953

Dawson, Ashley, 2010. Academic Freedom and the Digital Revolution. AAUP Journal of Academic Freedom, Volume 1.

Geldhauser, Steve. 2008. Wissen zwischen Kommerz und Freiheit. (German). Bub: Forum Bibliothek Und Information 60, no. 3: 230.

Hess, Charlotte and Ostrom, Elinor, 2003. Ideas, Artifacts, and Facilities: Information as a Common-Pool Resource. Law and Contemporary Problems, Winter/Spring 2003

Ikenberry, Stanley, 1997. The entrepreneurial campus: a time for innovation (and caution). Educational Record, 78: 7. Print issue available in the WIU Libraries.

Jump, Paul. 2012. Open access may require funds to be rationed. Times Higher Education no. 2055: 6-7. Available through Lexis Nexis Academic.

Müller, Uwe. 2011. Open Access und die Kosten. (German). Bibliothek Forschung Und Praxis 35, no. 2: 161-168.

Nelson, Cary, 2013. Open Access and Academic Freedom. Op-Ed from Inside Higher Ed, November 15, 2013 that discusses Public Act 98-0295.

Nelson, Cary, 2010. No University Is An Island: Saving Academic Freedom. New York : New York University Press. Available through I-Share.

Samuelson, Pamela. 2010. An Academic Author's Perspective on the Google Book Settlement. Against The Grain 22, no. 3: 24.

Schmidt, Peter, 2010. New Journals, Free Online, Let Scholars Speak Out. Chronicle of Higher Education, February 14, 2010. Available Full-text through WIU subscription (February 14, 2010) (Link to article through WIU Servers)

Suber, Peter, 2013. Open Access: Six Myths to Put to Rest. The Guardian Higher Education Network Blog, October 21, 2013.

Willinsky, John, 2006. The Access Principle: The Case for Open Access to Research and Scholarship. Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Willinsky, John. 2009. Derrida's Right to Philosophy, Then and Now. Educational Theory 59, no. 3: 279-296. (Available full-text through WIU Subscription)

Willinsky, John, Murray, Sally, Kendall, Claire and Palepu, Anita. 2007. Doing Medical Journals Differently: Open Medicine, Open Access, and Academic Freedom. Canadian Journal Of Communication 32, no. 3/4: 595-612.

Willinsky, John, and Mendis, Ranjini, 2007. Open access on a zero budget: a case study of Postcolonial Text. Information research, 12 no. 3: 22.

Search Terms: "Open Access" AND "Academic Freedom"

All articles accessed February 4, 2014.