The dual economies of scholarly publishing—prestige and money—are more confusing and expensive than ever. How do we navigate them while keeping our careers, ethics, ideals, and wallets intact? Dorothea Salo (Distinguished Faculty Associate, UW-Madison iSchool) will deliver a keynote talk as part of Washington University’s Open October—a month-long series highlighting trends in open science, open data, and open access.
Hosted by Washington University Libraries, the Bernard Becker Medical Library, and the Institute for Informatics.
Free and open to all, pre-registration required.