Scholarly Piracy: And what Libraries could/should be doing about it

Here are the slides from my recent presentation for the Ontario Library Association’s Education Institute. A recording of the presentation can also be found here.

(Juicier stuff is closer to the end of the presentation)

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5 Responses to Scholarly Piracy: And what Libraries could/should be doing about it

  1. Mike Taylor says:

    Very interesting deck, especially slide 51! Thanks for posting.

  2. Angela Cochran says:

    I am curious how you and your fellow librarians feel about having the access controls handed over to a pirate site. Sharing university credentials seems like a big security risk.

  3. Shauna says:

    Thanks for this, Ryan. I just shared it with my whole library. This is a conversation we’re about 10 years behind in having 😀

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