Collaboration is important to scientific discoveries, the development of innovative ideas and designs, addressing global issues, and creating new knowledge. The concept of open access focuses on the need for the free exchange of knowledge, information, and data to further exploration, discovery and problem-solving on a global as well as local level.
Join colleagues at Duke in the Open Access movement. Watch for special events focusing on OA throughout the year, but also during International OA Week held across the world during October each year.
Participate in Open Access activities through your role at Duke:
Contact the Medical Center Library for more information about how you can make a difference in scholarly communications or become involved in open access.
919.660.1100 or firstname.lastname@example.org
You may also contact Duke's Scholarly Communications Office: