Author: Katharine Dunn

ORCIDs now in DSpace for faculty, grad students, postdocs & research staff

Records in the Open Access Articles collection in the DSpace@MIT repository now include ORCIDs — or Open Researcher Contributor Identifiers — for...

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Open access downloads: April 2017

Open access downloads: April 2017

The Open Access Collection of DSpace@MIT houses scholarly articles by MIT-affiliated authors made available through open access policies at MIT, or publisher agreements. Each...

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American Chemical Society publications available for text mining

American Chemical Society publications available for text mining

Want to analyze trends in the chemistry literature? MIT Libraries is pleased to announce that ACS journals are now available for text...

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Open access downloads: March 2017

Open access downloads: March 2017

  The Open Access Collection of DSpace@MIT houses scholarly articles by MIT-affiliated authors made available through the MIT faculty open access policy, the new...

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OA research in the news: Volkswagen emissions may increase mortality rates in Europe

OA research in the news: Volkswagen emissions may increase mortality rates in Europe

In 2015, Volkswagen admitted to doctoring software in its diesel cars so they would pass emissions tests. The company had sold...

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Open access downloads: February 2017

Open access downloads: February 2017

  The Open Access Collection of DSpace@MIT houses scholarly articles by MIT-affiliated authors made available through the MIT Faculty Open Access Policy or publisher agreements....

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Happy International Fair Use Week!

Happy International Fair Use Week!

For students, faculty, and researchers, Fair Use Week (February 20-24) is reason to celebrate: fair use provides an essential safety valve that allows...

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Fan fiction and fair use

Fan fiction and fair use

February 22, 2017 12 - 1pm

There are millions of fan fiction works both online and off. Though many content creators support or even encourage fan-made books, comics, plays, or...

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Innovation, creation, and copyright law: A conversation about legal services for MIT students

Innovation, creation, and copyright law: A conversation about legal services for MIT students

February 21, 2017 12 - 1pm

Do you have an awesome idea that builds on someone else’s work, but you’re unsure about what’s legal and what isn’t?...

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