In the context of a university such as Cornell, open access is often viewed through the lens of academic scholarship. But it can be, and is, so much more. Many Cornell programs further Cornell’s land grant mission by providing open access resources to the general public. A panel of representatives from some of these programs will discuss their work, its impacts, the importance of open access to their mission, and how they strive to make their respective fields more accessible and equitable through their work with open access projects. Moderator: Craig Newton, Co-Director, Legal Information Institute, Cornell Law Panelists: Sara Frug, Co-Director, Legal Information Institute, Cornell LawJim DelRosso, Assistant Director, Catherwood Library, ILR SchoolChristopher Wood, Managing Director, Center for Avian Population Studies and Director, eBird
Source: Knowledge is Power: Open Access, Equity, and Cornell’s Land Grant Mission

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