We live in a time of revolution. How does it feel to be a revolutionary? Didn’t know you were? Strangely enough, this particular revolution is of a most unusual type because many faculty who might benefit from it are unaware of it, do not understand it or, in some cases, do not support it. The revolution of which I write pertains to the push for the Open Access of research and data, countering legacy publishers who have traditionally published faculty research only to sell it back to university libraries at high subscription costs
The Next (Quiet) Revolution in Higher Education: Toward the Open Access of ResearchJournal of Performing Arts Leadership in Higher Education
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Citation InformationSturm, Jonathan. “The Next (Quiet) Revolution in Higher Education: Toward the Open Access of Research.” Journal of Performing Arts Leadership in Higher Education vol. 6 (Spring 2016), 29-45.