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Panel on Innovative and Open Publishing Models
An Open Access Week Event
Thursday, October 26, 2017 - 12:00pm to 2:00pm

Meyerson Conference Room, Van Pelt Library 2nd Floor

New and innovative publishing models are arising in part due to online, openly accessible publishing. Please join us for a panel featuring Penn experts whose research revolves around issues of openly accessible content or who are making some of their completed and ongoing projects openly accessible, contributing to new and creative publishing platforms.

Panelists are: 

Cynthia Damon, Professor in the Department of Classical Studies has been at the center of the Society for Classical Studies' development of an online Latin Library, and has published on the Dickinson Classical Commentary platform,  

Dot Porter, Curator of Digital Research Services, curates the digitized medieval manuscripts in OPenn, 

Whitney Trettien, Assistant Professor in the Department of English, researches the history of the book and other text technologies from print to digital. Additional Open Access Week Events October 18-27