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Updates Open Access Anthropology Day

May 1, 2009

I am sharing with you here further posts which contributed to OAA Day

Paul wrote a post entitled Making Your Work Available (Open Access Anthropology Day) in which Paul discusses the idea of Self Archiving

Angels wrote a post in which she is sharing with us her story and experience regarding Open Access in Anthropology as well as her plans for Open Access Anthropology and how she is contributing to OAA Day and OAA in general …Here are few quotes from what she wrote:

…start an anthropology journal that will publish and be open access (got my title, ISSN application and editorial boad sorted). The Open Access Anthropology Journal will be called on the lines of “Anthropology Journal: Dissent and Cultural Politics in our Altermodern Age”…

working towards self-archiving papers and put them up free open access online to join the growing pool of people doing the same

… putting some posters in my college about Open Access and Self-Archiving…

…offer my anthropology-projects.co.uk open access to anyone who wishes to use and explore these…

A great news is that Lorenz created a new overview over Open Access Anthropology Journals. You can leave a comment under his post if you want to add other OAAJ. I encourage you to bookmark this valuable page . It will save a lot of your time searching for OAA jouranls since the page is updated. Also, it will be a great idea if professors encourge their students to search OAAJ  and use them in their class papers. Professors are encouraged to use the Open Access Anthropology Journals to create materials for their classes. Students as well can encourage their professors to use the materials in OAA journals to prepare for the class readings.

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