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Research Week 2018: Research Week 2018

This guide shares information about the library events surrounding UNLV Research Week 2018

UNLV Libraries Research Week Lecture Information

Dr. John Willinsky : "How Opening Research Changes the University (in a Good Way)"

October 8th, 2pm-3pm Lied Library - Goldfield Room

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Research Week

Held in October of each year, UNLV Research Week celebrates the research, scholarly, and creative activities of our faculty and students through events that educate, engage, and inspire attendees. Research Week events have included lab tours, technology expos, research fairs, poster sessions, lectures, open houses, workshops on UNLV’s research services, and more.

About our Speaker

John Willinsky

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Dr. Willinsky is the Khosla Family Professor of Education and Director of the Program in Science, Technology, and Society at Stanford University, as well as a professor of Publishing Studies at Simon Fraser University. Additionally, he directs the Public Knowledge Project, which conducts research and develops open source scholarly publishing software in support of greater access to knowledge. 

Still curious? Check out Dr. Willinsky's Stanford University Faculty page or Wikipedia article.

Dr. Willinsky's work

Brown Bag Series

Join the library for a two-part series of brown bag lunch discussions to familiarize yourself with Open Access and Dr. John Willinsky's work before the big event!

Questions about Open Access?

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Andrea Wirth

Questions about Dr. Willinsky's Visit?

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Darcy Del Bosque
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