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How to Participate in Open Access Anthropology Day

April 25, 2009

Here are some suggestions that you can do in the Open Access Anthropology Day.

  1. You can join the event over blogger unite, which it would not consume a minute from your time.
  2. Spread Open Anthropology Day via social networks, such as Facebook, Twitter, Blogs, etc
  3. Write a post at that day about any related topic associated with Open Access Anthropology
  4. Professors can discuss topics related to Open Access Anthropology with their students at that day.
  5. Graduate and undergraduate students can discuss with their colleagues and professors the importance of Open Access Anthropology
  6. Share with us any open access publication of yours. You can leave its URL in the comment’s section either here or in the comment’s section or over the page of the Open Anthropology Day at blogger unite under ¬†the event’s comments .
  7. Let us know your experience with Open Access Anthropology Journals either by posting it in your blog or leave it under the comment’s section here.
  8. Copy and Paste into your text sidebar the HTML code of event’s badge, which is posted in the blog unite as I am doing in my sidebar.

Finally, I am thrilled because of the various emails that I received showing how anthropologists are very interested in Open Access Anthropology Day. Thank you all for your positive, posts, emails and comments.
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