Why libraries aren’t dead: open access and the evolving liaison role

Gordon, Shannon (2011) Why libraries aren’t dead: open access and the evolving liaison role. Journal of the Canadian Health Libraries Association, 32 (3). pp. 165-167. ISSN 1708-6892

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Abstract

This is the second in a series of commentaries from members of the Open Access Interest Group of Canadian Health Libraries Association / Association des bibliothe`ques (CHLA / ABSC). Devon Greyson’s inaugural contribution ‘‘Open access and health librarians in 2011’’ concluded with a timely discussion of open access (OA) opportunities for health librarians. Where Greyson concluded is exactly where this article begins by exploring the liaison role that the international OA movement presents. Also to be discussed are the quintessential resources for the Canadian health librarian’s OA knowledgebase or toolbox.


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Item Type: Article
URI: http://research.library.mun.ca/id/eprint/123
Item ID: 123
Department(s): Memorial University Libraries
Date: 2011
Date Type: Publication

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