Worldwide Impact of Open Access to MIT Faculty Research

Three years after MIT faculty chose to make their scholarly articles openly accessible through the MIT Faculty Open Access Policy, individuals around the world have benefited from free access…

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Ongoing renovations will close Barker Reading Room until early 2013

Renovations to the Barker…

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Rotch Art Exhibit: Synergy

Synergy: An Experiment in Communicating Science through Art Opening October 1, 2012 in Rotch Library Eight Boston and Cape Cod professional artists have been paired with…

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Composer Roger Reynolds Wednesday, October 17

Composer forum series: Roger Reynolds, Resource and Outcome. An illustrated presentation with…

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ILLiad downtime on Thursday, October 18th

Please be aware that due to a scheduled software upgrade, ILLiad will be unavailable from 8:30am –…

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Survey snapshot: How MIT searches for electronic journal articles

How do you search for e-journal articles? More than half the faculty, postdocs, and other research and academic staff told us that they use library databases to search for…

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Become a power user of the MIT Libraries

Think you already know the basics about the MIT Libraries?  These tips will help you level up…

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OA research in the news: “Megafunding” drug development

It’s expensive and risky for pharmaceutical and biotech companies to develop drug treatments, and there are often few rewards for investors. In a Nature Biotechnology paper published online…

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Open Access Week Event: A Conversation With Peter Suber and Richard Holton

Please join us for a lively discussion about open access and its importance for scholarship and research at MIT and beyond, with panelists Peter Suber, author of the…

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