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Audio Recording Available of Dr John Willinsky's 20 March 2007 Presentation: "Open Access: The Sea Change in Scholarly Publishing"

.:The University of Alberta Libraries is pleased to make available an audio recording of our March 20th forum with Dr John Willinsky - Open Access: The Sea Change in Scholarly Publishing (mp3 format) - .

Dr Willinsky's award-winning Public Knowledge Project is the world's leading open source software for journal publishing, and his recent book: The Access Principle (MIT Press, 2006), has won this year's Blackwell Award for Scholarship.

To learn more about support available from the University of Alberta Libraries, visit our Open Access Publishing Information Site. Please see also the article, "Public knowledge - Open access publishing pushes scholarship into the public realm, advocates say", from the 13 April 2007 issue of the University of Alberta's newspaper, Folio.

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