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Open Access Week III

Rounding off our two previous Open Access Week posts from Charlie Schweik and Peter Suber, we have a mix of our titles that are OA. Enjoy!

Digital_Humanities, a visionary report on the revitalization of the liberal arts tradition in the electronically inflected, design-driven, multimedia language of the twenty-first century. Contributers include, Peter Lunenfeld, Anne Burdick, Johanna Drucker, Todd Presner, and Jeffrey Schnapp all leading scholars in Digital Humanities. You can read this here







Street-Fighting Mathematics by Sanjoy Mahajan, seeks to solve real life problems using mathematics. Read this here. Bonus: check out the Q & A Sanjoy Mahajan did for us for Pi Day.







Good Faith Collaboration: The Culture of Wikipedia by Joseph Michael Reagle which José-Carlos Redondo-Olmedilla of The Information Society says, “Beyond doubt this is a text that captures the spirit of the Wikipedia enterprise; it is definitely an excellent read and an accomplished exercise of transparency.” Download this here.








Democratizing Innovation by Eric von Hippel. In Democratizing Innovation Von Hippel argues that manufacturers should redesign their innovation processes and that they should systematically seek out innovations developed by users. You can read this here



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