Publications & Research


OA Beyond APCs: An International Symposium
Nov 17-18, 2016, Lawrence, Kansas

Selected Articles & Presentations

Bolick, J. (2018). Leveraging Elsevier’s Creative Commons License Requirement to Undermine Embargoes. Journal of Copyright in Education and Librarianship, 2(2), 1-19. (audio version by Mike Overby, Amicus Lectio podcast)

Bolick, J. (2017) Exploiting Elsevier’s Creative Commons License Requirement to Subvert Embargo. Kraemer Copyright Conference Poster Presentation. Colorado Springs, CO. June 5-6, 2017.

Bolick, J., Emmett, A., Greenberg, M. L., Rosenblum, B. and Peterson, A. T. (2017). How open access is crucial to the future of science. Journal of Wildlife Management, 81: 564–566. doi:10.1002/jwmg.21216

Peterson, A. T., Emmett, A., Bolick, J., Greenberg, M. L., and Rosenblum, B. (June 16, 2016). Subsidizing truly open access. Science 352 (6292), 1405. doi: 10.1126/science.aag0946

Bonaccorso E., Bozhankova R, Cadena CD, Čapská V, Czerniewicz L, Emmett A, et al. (2014). Bottlenecks in the open-access system: Voices from around the globe. Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication. 2:p.eP1126.

Peterson, A., Emmett, A, Greenberg, ML. (2013). Open Access and the Author-Pays Problem: Assuring Access for Readers and Authors in a Global Community of Scholars. Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication 1(3):eP1064.

Emmett A, Haricombe LJ, Peterson AT. Congress has a role to play in making research public. Chronicle of Higher Education. 2012,16 March 2012:A40.

Emmett, A; Stratton, J; Peterson, A.T; Church-Duran, J; & Lorraine Haricombe. Toward Open Access: It Takes a Village. Journal of Library Administration, 51:5-6, 1–23, 2011.


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