Jay Keyser discusses “Mens et Mania: The MIT Nobody Knows”

Want to hear about the REAL MIT? Join us for an evening with Jay Keyser as he discusses his recent…

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MIT Faculty Open Access Policy: An Idea Spreads

In the wake of the Harvard and MIT faculty open access policies, many other US universities have adopted similar policies, including the two most recently announced at Princeton and…

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“It’s Alive” Staged Reading #3: Elfriede Jelinek’s ‘Illness or Modern Women’

Tuesday, Nov 8, 7-9 pm in the Lewis Music Library (14E-109) It’s Alive! A series of staged play readings...

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Downloads from MIT Open Access Articles Collection at 20,000 per Month

By the end of September, 2011, papers from the MIT Open Access Articles Collection were being downloaded at a rate of 20,000 times per month.

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MIT Faculty Open Access Policy: 4000 Papers and Growing

By the end of September, 2011, the Open Access Articles Collection, containing papers made available under the MIT Faculty Open Access Policy, included 4,155 papers:

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New York City Tax Lot Data Now Available

Detailed tax lot data for New York City from 2002 – 2011 is available through the…

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Worldwide Use of MIT Open Access Articles

Recent data on use of the papers made available under the MIT Faculty Open Access Policy shows that the faculty’s goal of making their research more broadly accessible…

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New Video: MIT Faculty Speak About Their Open Access Policy

In a new video, MIT faculty speak about the scholarly publishing environment and the goals and impact of the Open Access Policy they put in place in March…

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President of SSRN to Speak on “The Scholarly Communication Collider”

Gregg Gordon, President and CEO of The Social Science Research Network (SSRN), will offer a presentation at MIT during Open Access Week. All members of the MIT…

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