FeaturesAmy Ballmer, Maura Smale, Alycia Sellie, Jill Cirasella, Cynthia Tobar, Jonathan Cope
In 2011, CUNY libraries were abuzz about open-access scholarly publishing. For those who missed the hubbub, open access refers to publications available at no cost on the internet for anyone to read, download, print, copy, share, etc.
Librarian advocacy of open access and archiving of social justice movements was the focus of “LACUNY Dialogues: Libraries, Librarians, and Advocacy” at the Graduate Center on January 23, 2012.
On his recent Fulbright to South Africa, Lehman Chief Librarian Kenneth Schlesinger spoke with Christina Dookran, Senior Manager of Bibliographic Services at Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University in Port Elizabeth.