Invisible Paywalls: Recognizing Information Privilege in Academia
PublisherTeaching and Learning Today Conference 2018
Peer Reviewed StatusNon-Peer Reviewed
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Academic libraries work hard to make access to online journals as seamless as possible for their campus communities. So much so that students (and some faculty) are typically unaware that paywalls to this content exist for those outside of academia – and those at less wealthy institutions. Open Access to the scholarly literature has the potential to democratize access to information, and include marginalized groups in the conversation. But first we need to recognize our information privilege.
CitationDawson, D. (2018, May). Invisible paywalls: Recognizing information privilege in academia. Teaching and Learning Today Conference, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK. https://teaching.usask.ca/tlt2018/index.php
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