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Happy New Year! MIT’s IAP term is almost underway, and Libraries staff are offering several scholarly communications-related workshops and talks.
Please register and join us, or get in touch with any questions: email@example.com.
Thesis@MIT: Thesis Specifications and Copyright Issues
Mon, Jan 23, 11am-12pm, 14N-132
Contact: Mikki Macdonald
Researcher funder open access requirements from NASA, DOE, and other federal agencies
Tue, Jan 24, 11am-12pm, 2-146
Contact: Courtney Crummett; Katharine Dunn
Using Images in your work: A look at copyright, open licensing, and fair use
Tue, Jan 31, 12-1pm, 14N-132
Contact: Katharine Dunn; Katie Zimmerman
Publishing as a new scholar in linguistics and philosophy: Open forum for grad students and faculty
Wednesday, February 1, 2017, 3-6pm
Sponsored by MIT Libraries, with panelists from the Libraries, MIT Press, and the Department of Linguistics & Philosophy. More details to come. Contact Lisa Horowitz with questions.
Open access resources on LIGO & gravitational waves, an annotated collection of technical reports, peer-reviewed articles, conference papers, and theses freely available in the DSpace@MIT repository that describe work done at MIT, from the earliest science to post-detection research.