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Open Access Resources

Stony Brook University Libraries has compiled a list of Open Access resources to supplement its database collection. These options offer ways to access openly available materials. ArXiv is an open access archive that is maintained and operated by Cornell University. It provides

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SUNY OA Webinars

Symposium Home | Program | Speakers | Presentations | Poster Session | Getting Here | SUNY OA Webinars   As SUNY, and all of higher education, moves towards open scholarship, open publication, open education resources, and other data, it is

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Poster Session

Symposium Home | Program | Speakers | Presentations | Poster Session | Spotlights | Getting Here | REGISTER  

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Presentations

Symposium Home | Program | Speakers | Presentations | Poster Session | Spotlights | Getting Here | REGISTER COMING SOON

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Open Access Registration Form 2017

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Poster Session

Symposium Home | Program | Speakers | Presentations | Poster Session | Getting Here | SUNY OA Webinars   Poster Session The 2016 Open Access Symposium includes posters highlighting and illustrating a range of open access topics, including: OER, open

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Presentations

Symposium Home | Program | Speakers | Presentations | Poster Session | Getting Here | SUNY OA Webinars   Coming Soon

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Data Services

SBU Libraries Research Data Services is housed within the University Libraries Center for Scholarly Communication. We provide resources, consultation and support for all aspects of the data lifecycle, from planning your data management strategy during the proposal phase through preserving

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Submitting to Academic Commons

You 
will 
need
 the
 following 
information 
to 
upload
 a file: author
 names,
 institutions, 
and
 email
 addresses* title
 and
 date
 of
 the file abstract
 (this
 can 
usually 
be
 cut‐and‐pasted
 from
 the 
article) keywords
 (either
 from 
the 
author 
or
 from 
the
 article)

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