Imagining Tomorrow's University: Rethinking scholarship, education, and institutions for an open, networked era

2017-01-17T16:33:45Z (GMT) by Martin Paul Eve
This is a white paper submitted as part of the joint NIH/NSF-funded event, “Imagining Tomorrow’s University: Rethinking scholarship, education, and institutions for an open, networked era”, to be held March 8th and 9th in Rosemont, IL. This paper presents my personal, not institutional, views on why open research is important, how it is defined, and what can be done by institutions to effect change. It draws on my experiences working on a range of open access projects – political, institutionally, and disciplinarily – in the United Kingdom, in the humanities discipline of English Literature.